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Omics Research


Unlock the wealth of genetic information revolutionizing the life sciences.

What Is Genomics?

Genomics is the study of gene sequence and expression of organisms.

Ongoing advancements in sequencing and profiling techniques enable life science professionals to analyze how genes are expressed and interact with the environment and proteins.


Why Is Studying Genomics Important?

Genomics has revolutionized modern research, drug discovery, patient profiling, animal and agricultural science, and therapeutic administration.

It benefits all fields of biological research, especially in oncology, neurology, cardiovascular, and pulmonary indications, and makes precision medicine possible.

What Can You Do?

Identify Basis of Disease

Compare normal and diseased populations to find targets for therapeutic research.


Map Gene Regulation

Determine not only sequence but also interactive regulatory information from both coding and non-coding regions.


Explore the Whole Genome

With massively parallel next-generation sequencing, you can get all the information at once.


Offer Precision Medicine

Introduce new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease on a personalized level.

Genomics Tools

Whether you need a broad overview or a select region of your sample's genetic content, there's a tool for you! We offer the following genomics services:

Whole-Genome Sequencing

Best for

Insight into the entire DNA sequence, both coding and noncoding regions for basic research, drug discovery, or clinical use


Rapid, accurate CAP/CLIA regulated and/or RUO whole-genome NGS provides the widest coverage

Whole-Exome Sequencing

Best for

Sequencing the 2% of the whole genome, known as the coding region, that accounts for 85% of known, disease-related genetic variants


Efficient, cost-effective way to identify rare genetic variations and improve diagnostic testing

Targeted Sequencing

Best for

Sequencing distinct genetic regions of interest rather than the entire genome


In-depth, selective sequencing yields specific insights, in a cost-effective manner

Sanger Sequencing

Best for

Sequencing small DNA regions in a limited number of samples, such as PCR products, plasmid DNA, and Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes (BAC)s


Rapid, highly accurate sequencing that is supported by experts and competitively priced

Microarray Analysis

Best for

Surveying thousands of samples to identify point mutations, structural variants, or changes in gene expression and methylation


Small sample size, routine screening, scalable workflow for large studies

On-Going Promotions

We're always adding new deals — check in often for updated promotions!


Why Our Clients Choose Psomagen


Superior Data Quality

Exceeds manufacturer benchmarks


Fast Turnaround

Starting at one week for sequencing projects


US-Based Processing

Sequencing and customer support in Rockville, MD


Ph.D. Level Support

Expert assistance every step of the way, with real-time project updates through our online system


Automated Workflows

Increase scalability and improve reproducibility


CLIA-Certified, CAP-Accredited Labs

Clinical research options available (inquire for more information)


Complete Sequencing Solutions

From extraction to data analysis, with many sample types accepted

Quotes From Our Clients

More samples, cheaper cost, faster results. What more could we ask for? ...That we get the results back faster than we do for on-campus work is just icing on the cake.

Daniel Deatherage, Ph.D.

University of Texas at Austin

Pricing was very competitive and cheaper than other sequencing providers (mostly academic sequencing core facilities) that I considered. I would definitely use their service again and am lining up my next amplicon library to do so.

Nathan Ahlgren, Ph.D.

Clark University

If there is no index or mismatch index, they notify in advance before sending the final result, and correct the missing/mismatched index through discussion.

Sae Woong Park, Ph.D.

Weill Cornell Medicine

Genomics in Action

Single-strand mismatch and damage patterns revealed by single-molecule DNA sequencing
DNA Methylation Analysis Reveals Distinct Patterns in Satellite Cell–Derived Myogenic Progenitor Cells of Subjects with Spastic Cerebral Palsy
Metabolomic, Lipidomic, Transcriptomic, and Metagenomic Analyses in Mice Exposed to PFOS and Fed Soluble and Insoluble Dietary Fibers
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How can Psomagen services streamline your next genomics project?