Customised
Genomics Solutions
for New Zealand
Scientists

NZGL provides an end-to-end
genomics service within New Zealand – from experimental design and data sequencing, through to bioinformatics support and data storage.

NZGL SERVICES:

BIOINFORMATICS / BIO-IT

The computer-assisted mathematical analysis and
subsequent storage of genomic data

NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

The technology that allows high throughput DNA sequencing at an economic cost

nanoString
nCounter

Digital detection system allowing analysis of up to 800 genes within a single experiment

MICROARRAY
 

Measures the activity of many genes concurrently and establishes patterns and/or differences
Bulk Contracts Provide Opportunity To Upskill
Corporate Case Study Bulk Contracts Provide Opportunity To Upskill Massey University signed up to an NZGL bulk contract as a mechanism to upskill researchers and students – and it is working exactly as intended. Bulk contracts allow researchers involved in smaller projects to use bioinformatics services that would otherwise be cost prohibitive for them to access
Gut Bacteria Could Be The Basis Of New Diabetes Treatments
Bioinformatics Case Study Gut Bacteria Could Be The Basis Of New Diabetes Treatments The concept of stomach surgery to help patients lose weight is well understood – a smaller stomach will feel fuller, after less food. However, University of Auckland research shows there is more to the surgery than simple physics.
Kakapo Heading Towards World First
Next Generation Sequencing Case Study Kakapo Heading Towards World First The kakapo is on track to become the first species where every individual within its population is genome sequenced. As of January 2016, there were 125 kakapo living. Just a few months later – thanks to a bumper breeding season – the population had grown by nearly a quarter, to 155 birds.
Using Genomics To Improve Diagnosis And Treatment Of Tuberculosis
Bioinformatics Case Study Using Genomics To Improve Diagnosis And Treatment Of Tuberculosis Tuberculosis (TB) may have a low profile in New Zealand, but it still infects 300 Kiwis every year – and at a disproportionately higher rate in Maori and Pacific populations.
eResearch NZ 2017 - 20-22 February
eResearch NZ 2017 - 20-22 February Shaping the Digital Future; Opportunities for Australia & NZ Science Communities

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There is good ‘shepherding’ from project design through to data generation.

Associate Professor Murray Cox

Institute of Fundamental Sciences, Massey University

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