WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING:
A process that aims to determine the complete DNA sequence of an organism.
De Novo SEQUENCING:
Assembling a previously-uncharacterised de novo genome or a re-sequenced genome is relevant to SNP discovery, insertions, deletions and large-scale rearrangements.
Enable the study of cellular RNAs to improve existing gene annotations and discover new transcripts and splice variants. RNA sequencing can also provide a comparative analysis of the transcriptome between multiple samples. Multiplexing options are available.
METAGENOMICS AND AMPLICON SEQUENCING:
Metagenomics enables the study of microorganisms in their natural environment, by whole genome sequencing or targeted approaches (such as 16S or 18S sequence interrogation). Combining amplicon sequencing with indexing techniques enables large numbers of samples to be sequenced at low costs.
HUMAN EXOME SEQUENCING:
A cost-effective solution to discover common and rare variants for a range of human diseases, targeted capture (1-2% of the total genome) and re-sequencing of the human exome. DNA from multiple individuals can be indexed and captured using one array.
If your project requires an application not specified above, call or email via the project enquiry form and we will contact you to discuss your needs.