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Geneious Biocode LIMS

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Biomatters developed Geneious Biocode LIMS for the Moorea Biocode Project that is publicly available as a free beta version.

The Biocode Project is an ambitious undertaking to create the first comprehensive inventory of all species larger than a microbe in a complex tropical ecosystem (Moorea in French Polynesia). Funded through a $5.2 million grant to UC Berkeley from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and based out of the American and French research stations on Moorea, Biocode brings together the Smithsonian Institution, the CNRS of France, and other partners.

The Biocode LIMS and data analysis components of the project were developed by Biomatters in collaboration with the Biocode Project researchers as a plug-in for Biomatters’ Geneious Pro sequence analysis software. The Geneious Biocode LIMS gives biologists around the world a best practice tool to use in their own research as well as to freely access the Moorea project’s final database.

An accompanying “Biocode Genbank Submission” plug-in allows researchers to upload their own sequence data from inside Geneious Pro directly to Genbank, the world’s largest public DNA sequence database. The unique database of Moorea’s coral reef and terrestrial biodiversity will be publicly shared as a resource for ecologists and evolutionary biologists around the world.

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