SEQUEDEX

Sequedex classifies DNA sequences by analyzing collections of sequences in new ways.
June 28, 2013
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Sequedex classifies DNA sequences by analyzing collections of sequences in new ways.

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SEQUEDEX

Sequedex classifies DNA sequences by analyzing collections of sequences in new ways.  It is an extremely fast and resource-sparing tool.  For example, a single core of your laptop can be ~250,000X faster than BLAST and twice as fast as uploading your data to a cloud. Sequedex tames the data deluge that has been widely noted, bringing analysis costs back in line with sequencing costs without cloud security and  outage issues.  Potential applications for Sequedex include any examples where analysis of biological sequences (bioinformatics) may be informative including:  identification of infectious diseases (whether arising from bacteria, parasites, or viruses; characterizing gut, oral and skin microbiomes of humans, livestock, and pets; metagenomics of soils, rivers, oceans, foods, and process environments; transcriptome characterization; enzyme mining; cancer genomics and companion diagnostics. 

To learn more, visit the SEQUEDEX website.

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Available for Express Licensing(?). For more information contact Software@lanl.gov.

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