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What is Transcriptomics?
Transcriptomics is the study of RNA and its expression through sequencing, to analyze the impact of gene expression on the biology of an organism.
These analyses may include the entire transcriptome, messenger RNA, small RNAs, and non-coding RNA.
Why Is Studying Transcriptomics Important?
Transcriptomics provides a real-time snapshot into what messages are available to drive translation to protein expression.
In addition, drug candidates that incorporate specialized RNA molecular technologies such as siRNA, shRNA, and CRISPR must be assessed for targeted efficacy and to rule out off-target effects.
What Can You Do?
See Non-Coding RNA Impact
Use total RNA sequencing for the broadest scope of information.
Detect Splice Variants
Determine how alternative splicing is affecting transcript expression.
Regulate miRNA Expression
Use small RNA sequencing to help define which micro RNA (miRNA) species are present and impacting overall expression.
Offer Precision Medicine
Introduce new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease on a personalized level.
- Best for:
Discovering, profiling, and quantifying RNA transcription to understand how genes are expressed in an organism or a single cell
Insight into the biology of a cell and how changes — gene expression, alternative splicing events, gene fusions, and allele-specific expression of rare and novel messages — may relate to disease. Evaluation of RNA-based therapies and disease-related RNA changes.
- Best for:
Large-scale, high-throughput genomic analyses
Understand gene expression and quantify disease-related mutations for cost-effective development of better disease detection methods and treatment efficacy monitoring
SARS-CoV-2 Variant Surveillance
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"We had a large project that needed 150 bp paired end sequencing. Psomagen had the best price (and we surveyed a lot of suppliers!) and prompt delivery. Absolutely no problems, every step of the way went smoothly."
Ravi Sachidanandam, Ph.D.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
"It's worth buying from Psomagen."
Ayesha Liaqat, Ph.D.
"Great service, high-quality reads, and fast turnaround time."
Christophe Cataisson, Ph.D.
ranscriptome-wide association study and eQTL colocalization identify potentially causal genes responsible for human bone mineral density GWAS associations
Unlock a wealth of knowledge and enable discoveries with Psomagen’s full portfolio of services and powerful bioinformatic capabilities that complement your transcriptomic efforts.