Easily compare datasets each containing tens of millions of sequences. Quickly identify similar sequences, for example in a panning round for enrichment. Alternatively filter to find sequences which are unique to one or more samples and not found in the others.
Often companies need to query a database to determine if a new sample contains sequences they've ever seen before. These sequences could be results from past experiments, known "bad" clones or perhaps a list of already patented sequences which are "off limits". Pipe | bio has organization wide databases which can be configured by admins and queried by anyone. The databases support both assay and sequence data and can be queried in near realtime.