Geneious is a useful, unique and easy-to-use software system which has been designed to greatly speed up and simplify the research in molecular biology and biochemistry.
Geneious is a cross-platform research engine for the retrieval, organization and analysis of biomolecular data that allows any molecular biologist do core bioinformatics tasks in a flash by removing painful data-administration.
Geneious comes pre-bundled with bioinformatics functions from publication or nucleotide searching through to sequence alignment and tree-building, and includes functions for extracting protein translations, sequence analysis and 3D structure visualization.
Geneious lets you set up agents to let new publications and sequences automatically find you, and eliminates the need for manually cutting and pasting sequences. It contains all core bioinformatics functions in an integrated workflow.
Because Geneious agents set up a workspace with only the sequences and publications you care about, you never need to visit primary website sources again, and research can sometimes literally happen in a flash because you have circumscribed the problem of large data sets in an unwieldy format.
Geneious is for any molecular biologist that wants to improve the speed and sophistication of their research by using bioinformatics approaches, but doesn't necessarily expect to be a bioinformatician.
Organize and visualize:
TE Organize, visualize and search sequences (with annotations), alignments, phylogenetic trees, publications, protein structures and more!
TE Seamlessly integrated searching with Genbank, PubMed, BLAST and UniProt
Align and build trees:
TE Basic pairwise alignment, multiple alignment and tree building methods including bootstrapping and consensus trees.
Import and Export:
TE Import and export Newick, Nexus, FASTA and Endnote formats. Import PDF, 3D Structures, Vector NTI, Chromatograms, DNA Strider, Clustal, list of formats
TE Free plugins for extended functionality, Public Java API (application programming interface) for developing your own plugins
Tags: Molecular Biology
, biochemistry research
, molecular research