BioNumerics Server - Sequence analysis software

BioNumerics Server has built and proven its reputation as the rock-solid and invaluable core of numerous public and private exchange, typing, and surveillance networks worldwide, of which the PulseNet initiative is undoubtedly the most prestigious example.

With BioNumerics Advanced Server, Applied Maths has combined all the existing client-server based connectivity and functionality with a new platform to build interactive, webbrowser-based services. Clients can connect to a BioNumerics Advanced Server from all over the world using their webbrowser and run queries, perform identifications, generate clusterings, or display phylogenetic trees within a web environment.

BioNumerics Advanced Server provides two solutions for sharing its databases and offering its services: a direct TCP/IP socket-based connection and a web-based communication. The socket-based connection is particularly designed for client-server platforms that include upload and download actions, whereas the web-based solution is suitable to provide services such as identifying unknown samples, placing an unknown sample in a dendrogram of database matches, assigning allelic and VNTR types, etc. Using the web-based functionality, the client does not need BioNumerics.

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