CD Genomics is committed to providing novel and cost-effective NGS services enabling researchers to explore structure and function of microbial community in a high-resolution and culture-independent manner, by harnessing our advanced NGS platform, unique bioinformatics analysis capabilities, up-to-dated software tools and databases, and microbio...
The applications of NGS in microbial sequencing include amplicon sequencing (typically 16S rRNA sequencing for bacteria and 18S rRNA/ITS sequencing for fungi), metagenomic shotgun sequencing, metatranscriptomic sequencing and viral metagenomics sequencing, which can help to answer the questions of 'who is present in the community', 'what could they be doing' and 'how these microorganisms interact'. The strategies are outlined in Figure 1.
is committed to providing novel NGS services enabling researchers to explore structure and function of microbial community in a high-resolution and culture-independent manner using technology from Illumina and PacBio. In addition, we also offer the service to sequence the genome of the individual cultured bacteria, fungi, phage or virus, whether do novo or re-sequencing. Our outstanding microbial sequencing service portfolios include:
Our PhD-level specialists can advise you all the way, both during the project designing stage and during the implementation of the project regarding sample preparation and the technical approach to use, endeavoring to minimize the cost of sequencing while maximizing the high-quality data output in terms. After sequencing, our bioinformatics specialist can assist you with the analyses for your project and interpretation of the sequence data to meet the publication or application requirements.
Efficient and reliable sequencing procedures: we utilize up-to-date Illumina and PacBio's sequencing instruments, cutting-edge sequencing technologies and standard workflow to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the results.
Outstanding service: With highly qualified specialists, we provide high-quality base sequence, stringent quality controls, comprehensive bioinformatics analyses using the latest sequence databases and software tools, generating publication-ready data.