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DeCypher Biocomputing Solutions from TimeLogic, a Brand of Active Motif, Inc.

ProductsDeCypher Biocomputing Solutions from TimeLogic, a Brand of Active Motif, Inc.
Company TimeLogic, a Brand of Active Motif, Inc.
Item DeCypher Biocomputing Solutions
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Description DeCypher combines enterprise-scale sequence analysis software with the DeCypher Engine accelerator cards to speed compute-intensive bioinformatics analyses. With DeCypher, you can perform searches like these from your desktop:
  • BLAST 300,000 ESTs vs NCBI NT database in under 6 days
  • Align BAC-sized queries (~250 kb) to genomic DNA
  • Use HMM analysis to compare 100,000 sequences to PFAM in 5 hours
  • Map cDNAs, ESTs or proteins to genomic data with GeneDetective
  • Mask vector & repeat sequences using RepeatMasker
  • Run cross-species protein comparisons with Smith-Waterman
Packing server farm-level performance into a single server, DeCypher delivers tremendous savings in maintenance, power and cooling costs. This makes it the most cost-effective solution available for your bioinformatics discovery. Contact TimeLogic today to schedule a free, custom benchmark on your toughest searches!
Info TimeLogic, a Brand of Active Motif, Inc.TimeLogic, a Brand of Active Motif, Inc.
1914 Palomar Oaks Way
Suite 150
Carlsbad CA 92008
USA

Customer Service: 877-222-9543 ext. 4
Fax Number: 760-431-1351
Web Site: http://www.timelogic.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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