Genomics

Genomics Using Sequencing and Microarray Technologies

Our genomic analyses span a broad range of applications tailored to your needs.

They allow you to study inherited and somatic diseases such as cancer and their responses to treatment, the genetic make-up of unknown organisms, the composition of microbiomes and many other processes and organisms.

Next-Generation Sequencing techniques

You can study the complete genetic information of an organism with Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS).

If you are interested in all protein coding regions of the genome, you can use Whole Exome Sequencing (WES).

For the focused study of gene sets ranging from two to hundreds of genes, you can apply gene panel analysis (GPS).

You can identify epigenetic regulation of the genome with methylation-specific methods.

If you want to study the microbiome, you can use one of several metagenomics approaches.

Furthermore, you can sequence plasmid sequences of single constructs or libraries and amplicons of interest.

Mate-pair sequencing allows the generation of long-insert paired-end DNA libraries to identify changes such as structural variation in genomes.

Microarray techniques

Using our advanced genotyping approaches you can conduct genome-wide association studies, chromosome copy number studies, linkage analyses and population genetic studies.

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