BioStrand Omics Analysis Blog:
Retrieve & Relate

How to characterise protein domains

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | December 8, 2021

Classifying genes and assigning functions to gene products is a fundamental step in converting huge...

How to identify species related to a sequence

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | September 22, 2021

The taxonomic identification of species is a fundamental process in biological research that allows...

How to retrieve shared motifs across homologous sequences

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | September 8, 2021

Motifs refer to short, typically fixed length patterns that are repeated in exact or approximate...

New release of Retrieve & Relate now available

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | September 2, 2021

BioStrand Retrieve & Relate (R&R), the hyper-scalable, multi-database, zero-code, self-service...

How to identify homologous epitopes

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | August 20, 2021

Epitope mapping facilitates the identification and characterization of the binding epitope of an...

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Integrated microbiome research and crop resilience

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | August 11, 2021

So, it turns out that trying to tree-plant our way towards net-zero emissions and out of the...

Deciphering the skin microbiome

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | July 29, 2021

There has been a centuries-old hypothesis that the normal flora of microbes in and on the human...

Multidimensional scalability in multi-omics research

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | July 7, 2021

In 2018, the Joint Genome Institute (JGI) achieved a sequencing output of 200 trillion bases, a...

Finish Your PhD Faster with BioStrand R&R

Dr Ingrid Brands, General Manager | March 24, 2021

It has been two decades since the publication of the much-heralded first draft of a composite human...

Harnessing the power of sequence information to enable the next breakthroughs in biology

Taraka Ramji Moturu, Ph.D | January 28, 2021

The availability of high-quality genomes, transcriptome and protein assemblies are crucial for...