DNA analysis techniques are used at every stage of scientific inquiry, from primary data gathering and discovery to confirmation of existing results and routine assays. We offer several sequencing and fragment analysis options for genomic experiments.
|de novo Sequencing |
Generation of DNA sequence without any prior sequence data
|SNP Genotyping |
Detection of 1 to 10 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)
|Resequencing Applications |
Sequencing of DNA followed by comparison to a known or reference sequence
|Microsatellite-Based Applications |
Linkage mapping studies, association studies, organism identification, chimerism, DNA polymerase instability, and more.
|Confirmation of Next-Generation Sequencing Results |
Sanger sequencing of regions of interest identified using next-generation sequencing
|Relative Fluorescence Quantification |
LOH, MLPA, and QMPSF are used to detect genetic rearrangements such as duplications and deletions.
Mixed populations analysis with sensitivity up to 5%
|AFLP®, RFLP, and SSCP Fragment Analysis |
Genomic profiling methods