Finds clones or sequences that match the given search in either table.
- To search all columns, enter your search query directly. Wrap values with spaces in quotes.
e.g. "Homo Sapiens"
- To search specific columns, use square brackets around column names followed by a colon and your search query. The column name is case sensitive.
e.g. [VH Species] : "Homo Sapiens"
- To search for partial matches use wildcard characters ? for any single character or * for multiple unspecified characters.
e.g. [VH V-Region] : QVQ?QSGA finds QVQXQSGA
[VH V-Region] : QVQ*QSGA finds QVQXQSGA, QVQXXQSGA, QVQXXXQSGA, etc.
- To combine multiple queries use AND, OR, or NOT and use parentheses to group. The operators AND, OR and NOT must be capitalized.
e.g. [VH Species] : "Homo Sapiens" AND [# Chains] : 1
[VH Species] : “Homo Sapiens” AND [# Chains] : (1 OR 2)
[Status] : * NOT Contaminated
- To search for a range of values* use square brackets around a range like this (the operator TO must be capitilized):
e.g. [id] : [3 TO *]
* Range queries will compare all values as strings, so range filters may not always be correct.