Run Sequence Analysis
Extract detailed, precise antibody sequence information. Visualize results with the powerful web-based sequence viewer.
Automatically identify bad sequencing reads and out of frame regions. Automatically detect sequence errors to improve the accuracy of your experiments. Cluster and run statistical analysis on defined regions.
Analyze human, mouse, rat, rabbit germlines. Annotate frameworks, CDRs, conserved AAs. Define constant domains and other user regions. Pair VH/VL sequences.
Screen and Investigate Results
Compare your analysis results against your library of different experiment sequence and assay information.
Advanced filtering and query language allows quick and accurate identification of best performing antibodies.
Add functional assay data to enhance the selection of high affinity binding antibodies.
Upload and Manage Experiment Data
An advanced application programming interface (API) enables integration with your organization’s established data systems.
Import data from a wide variety of sources and associate it with your sequence data to identify best performing molecules. Direct upload from third-party data formats such as GenBank and Excel.
Assign permissions for data sharing and collaboration across your entire organization. Share data and experiment summaries while managing users and group access in a highly secure environment. Create workspaces, folders and experiment navigation.
Configure experiments for mAbs, scFv, VHH and other types of antibodies and antibody-like molecules. Define and extract information from the part of the antibody sequence you are interested in.
Validate for expected annotations. Add your own notes to describe sequence and clone data.
Customize analysis reports. Create primer sets and deploy search tools. Customize and configure antibody reference databases (BLAST).
Download to Geneious and Excel
Integrate with external systems for the easy and safe export of antibody sequence data to the next stage of your workflow
Integrate seamlessly with Geneious. Download files and tables to Excel.
Request a personal demonstration of the software with one of our application scientists or contact us for any other queries.