As part of our comprehensive genomics services offering, our team provides a complete assembly and analysis service, including DNA and RNA extraction and high-quality library preparation, using state-of-the-art next-generation sequencing platforms.
We will work with you to develop the best approach to obtain the data you need at the level of detail and quality you require, and help you analyze and interpret in the context of your study.
Take advantage of our expertise with our wide range of sequencing services:
Whole Genome Re-Sequencing
Whole genome resequencing compares your unknown genome to a known reference genome to help identify mutations such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP), insertion deletions (InDel), structure variations (SV) and copy number variations (CNV).
De Novo Sequencing
De novo sequencing can help you to determine an unknown/unreferenced genome, or identify complex organisms and structural variants, by assembling small overlapping pieces of DNA into contigs or scaffolds to form a complete sequence.
Low-pass Whole Genome Sequencing
Low-pass or shallow whole genome sequencing offers a cost-effective method to alternative genome sequencing approaches, with greater opportunity to increase throughput giving you more data, greater statistical power, and more accurate variant calling.
Target Region Sequencing
Target region sequencing offers higher coverage for a specific subset of genes or region of interest. Compared to whole genome sequencing, target region sequencing provides greater sensitivity and specificity when looking to identify rare variants.
Sequencing protein-coding regions of the genome can help to accurately identify phenotypic variants that may be associated with disease characteristics specific to your study. A more cost-effective approach compared to whole genome sequencing, exome sequencing offers greater coverage and faster analysis times.