Studying bacterias, along with their pathogenic characteristics, takes a considerate amount of time, given that the oligo sequences they contain tend to be pretty long. In order to ease off the time needed to analyze this information, you could use a software tool that has the ability to perform bacterial identification, pathogen detection or species identification processes with ease.
AlleleID is such an application, as it gives you the possibility to analyze assay designs of bacterial oligonucleotides, the determine their pathogenic behavior and species.
Complex bacterial analysis tool
The program can help you analyze bacterial oligonucleotide sequences, in order to better understand the behavior or certain bacteria, along with their pathogenic characteristics. You have access to several assays, so that you can investigate the behavior of certain bacterial DNA or RNA molecules from different views, then determine their pathogenic characteristics.
For instance, the program analyzes conserved and species specific regions using one assay then, with the help of certain procedures, such as PCR primer design and dual labeled probe design, detect only the strain or species that interests you from a certain mix.
Intuitive assay processing utility
AlleleID can help you determine the species of a bacteria even if you have a partial oligonucleotide sequence of a gene. This is done by studying the genome draft of related organisms and it allows you to surpass certain difficult tasks, such as detection, identification, quantification or monitoring of contaminants and their environments.
Furthermore, you can identify cross species genomes, the application helping you separate the conserved regions of a oligonucleotide sequence and design an universal probe.
A powerful and comprehensive microbiology analysis program
To sum it up, AlleleID confers you with several innovative ways of identifying bacterial genomes along with their pathogenic characteristics and species behavior, using robust assay results and gene splicing analyzers.