We are generating sequence data at an alarming rate! The Sequence Read Archive currently contains ~10 petabytes of sequence data (~1016 pb) and through 2016 has grown at approximately 10 TB of sequence data per day. We’re here to help you search through that data and find meaning to your own data!
At searchsra.org we have identified the metagenomics data in the sequence read archive using the open source PARTIE, and we provide both nucleotide and protein searches so that you can explore that data.
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