New features, performance enhancements and usability improvements
Retrieve & Relate is the ultimate search engine for multi-OMICs for bioinformaticians and researchers. This tool is a self-service OMICs data analysis solution and it offers you a shortcut to new insights & knowledge hidden in your data.
R&R provides access to 440 million sequences, and it is not even necessary to choose which database to search the sequence in. Simultaneous multi data-base look ups and searching across all OMICs layers have never been easier and faster.
Pathway analysis, multi database search, multiple sequence alignment, protein domain analysis and sequence analysis made as easy as a click of a button. Without any pre parameterization, we help you find similar sequences throughout the public domain or in combination with your own data. Not only finding one to one match but also taking into account relevant pathways. And without having to run through multiple workflows or spend a lot of time waiting for results. Available to implement in existing systems.
Now you can see for yourself this completely new methodology for OMICs analysis for free. We offer you full access to all functions for 14 days.
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Our search bar enables you search DNA, RNA, proteins as well as free text. So simply paste your sequence, functions, species or metadata and find similar sequences in matter of seconds.
You can choose how to drill down your results by excluding or including parameters and sequence details.
Search your textual data freely and get your results as biological sequence data. It works like a search engine for bioinformaticians.
With our revolutionary multiple sequence alignment method, all insights from your data will be revealed easily.
You can switch easily from overview to details by choosing appropriate filters for your research.
Now you can search across multiple database sources without any limits and get your results lightning quick. Best user experience with accurate results.
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