Exporting An Individual Sequence File

If you would like to perform a single sequence export, please click into your sequence file and click on the the information (i) icon located on the Molecular Biology Panel. In the modal, please scroll to the bottom, where you can designate your export parameters and export your sequence. 

Note: This is the only interface in which you can export your sequence as Vector Linear Map (.svg), SINGLE FASTA (.fasta), or SBOL RDF (.rdf) formats

Exporting multiple files from expanded view

Benchling supports easy bulk file export in expanded view within a project folder. To do so, click to expanded view in the inventory folder of interest and bulk-select only DNA sequence file. Once your files are selected, please click on the export icon on the top right corner. From there you can either export your files in either Multipart Genbank (.gb), Multipart FASTA (.fasta), ), CSV (spreadsheet), or individual genbank (.gb) files in a ZIP folder.

Export sequences in Bulk

To export your sequences in bulk, please use the data export modal. To access this modal, please click on your avatar (located on the bottom-left corner of the navigation bar), and select Data Export. Note: Certain enterprise tenants do not have the data export modal enabled due to company policy. 

In the Export data modal, please click on Sequence export option. In this pop-up, you can designate the locations from which you'd like to export your sequences and also whether or not you'd like to include archived sequences (by reason) in your export. Finally, you're able to designate whether or not you'd like your files as individual Genbank (.gb) files in a ZIP folder or as a single multipart Genbank (.gb) file.

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