BioStrand Omics Analysis Blog:
Sequencing

Challenges In Multi-Omics Data Integration

Dr Ingrid Brands, CEO | February 9, 2022

Today, the integrative computational analysis of multi-omics data has become a central tenet of the...

The transformative power of text in multi-omics analysis

Dr Ingrid Brands, CEO | February 2, 2022

Sequence comparison, a fundamental and critical component of modern molecular biological research,...

How to characterise protein domains

Dr Ingrid Brands, CEO | 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, CEO | 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, CEO | September 8, 2021

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

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Multidimensional scalability in multi-omics research

Dr Ingrid Brands, CEO | July 7, 2021

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

BioStrand - Accelerating towards precision

Taraka Ramji Moturu, Ph.D | April 21, 2021

Precision in the statistical language refers to the degree of refinement with which an operation is...

The advantage of agnostic technology in bioinformatics: general solutions for specific problems

Pieter Van de Walle, PhD | February 11, 2021

Specialised bioinformatics tools are developed every day, often by research groups that need to see...

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...

Why Omics Data Analysis Needs To Be Remade

Dr Ingrid Brands, CEO | August 26, 2020

The ultimate goal of omics data analysis is to identify every gene in human profiles and other...