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What is Genomics?
Genomics is the study of gene sequence and expression.
Ongoing advancements in sequencing and profiling techniques enable life science professionals to understand 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.
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.
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.
"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
Bacteriophage SP01 gene product 56 inhibits Bacillus subtilis cell division by interacting with FtsL and disrupting Pbp2B and FtsW recruitment
In vitro degradation of low-density polyethylene by new bacteria from larvae of the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella
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