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Multiple Sequence Alignment

Benchling’s multiple sequence alignment tool allows you to compare hundreds of amino acid and DNA sequences at once, and easily share the results with your colleagues. Our sequence alignment software is unified with other molecular biology tools so you can align, visualize, analyze, and edit sequences all in one place.
Sequence alignment tool
Multi-sequence alignment tool

Multi-sequence alignments made easy

  • Need to compare dozens or hundreds of DNA, amino acid, or protein sequences? Upload them to Benchling and do them in batch with our sequence alignment tool, natively unified with the Benchling Molecular Biology suite.
Collaborative sequence alignment

Share your alignments with colleagues

  • Never lose track of alignments saved locally, in disorganized file sharing systems, or in emails again
  • Send colleagues a direct link to your alignments in Benchling, and they'll also be able to view the related sequence files
Synchronized sequence alignment

Reference alignments directly in your Notebook entries

  • With Benchling's integrated platform, include links to your alignments directly in your Notebook entries
  • Easily access the full upstream experimental context behind a particular sequence alignment, as well as all the downstream implications

"The molecular biology module has been really helpful for us, because it's actually accessible to the entire organization. Within discovery we can design a new construct, and when manufacturing has to produce it for a clinical candidate, they can just go into Benchling and find that exact DNA sequence."

Tiffany Chen
Director of Discovery, Rubius Therapeutics

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