September 30, 2015

A Practical Guide to Using NCBI BLAST on the Web

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This webinar from the National Center for Biotechnology Information highlights important features and demonstrates the practical aspects of using the NCBI BLAST service.

You will learn about useful but under-used features of the service. These include access from the Entrez sequence databases; the new genome BLAST service quick finder; the integration and expansion of Align-2-Sequences; organism limits and other filters; re-organized databases; formatting options and downloading options; and TreeView displays.

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