Personal Sequence Search

Finding your sequences just got much easier, with a full featured sequence search now available at

With a simple query, you can now search through reference libraries in addition to sequences owned by (or shared with) you and your organizations.

The results show the matching sequences along with the specific property matched: a description, a primer, or a tag for example.

For advanced users, options to filter by modification date, creation date, sequence, and length are available. Sequence search will match against sequence names, descriptions, bases, primers, annotations, and more. You can always specify which fields are matched:

Written by

Joshua Ma

Software engineer, working on back-end, front-end, and sticky-ends.