The T-BioInfo was first used by the team at Pine Biotech to conduct virology studies. Genome-wide fitness calculations enabled by CirSeq, combined with structural information, can provide high-definition, bias-free insights into structure-function relationships, potentially revealing novel functions for viral proteins and RNA structures, as well as nuanced insights into a viral genome’s phenotypic space. Such analyses have the power to reveal protein residues or domains that directly correspond to viral functional plasticity and may significantly inform our structural and mechanistic understanding of host–pathogen interactions.



For more information on the T-BioInfo platform, please visit the Pine Biotech T-BioInfo website.