Common sequence formats such .ab1 .fastq .gb (GenBank) and .fasta, as well as .geneious format can be imported.
***Note: If you are importing large numbers of individual sequence files (eg. more than 100 MB), we recommend that you import them as a single zipped file.
We also support importing sequences from .csv and .xlsx files as single sequences or as paired chains. See this article for how to correctly import .csv files as sequences.
Importing other file types
.csv files can also be imported for adding assay data to your sequences
.pdf and .png files can also be uploaded and viewed in Geneious Biologics.
For more detailed information about how to upload files, see here.
For more information on exporting sequences and tables, see the main article: Exporting Annotated Sequences and Sequence Tables.
Tabular results can be exported into Excel format (.xlsx) or Comma Separated values (.csv).
Sequences can be exported in .geneious .gb (GenBank) .fasta and .fastq compressed formats. Due to file format limitations, not all of these formats will preserve all of the sequence features and annotations viewable in Geneious Biologics.
Graphs can be exported as image (.png) or the underlying data can be exported as table (.csv)
Alignments can be exported as type .geneious and .newick, as well as .png (image)