Bioinformatics Data analysis is crucial for the successful completion of a Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) project. As one of world's first service providers for NGS, ServiceXS and now GenomeScan has gathered a vast amount of knowledge and tools to handle the whole process of transforming raw sequence data like FASTQ obtained from sequencers (e.g. HiSeq 2500, NextSeq 500, PacBio RS II) into easily intelligible reports and interpretable file formats.

Via our trademark ServiceXS we offer you different levels of bioinformatics pipelines, starting from a data quality control on the raw data to advanced bioinformatics pipelines. Use our bioinformatics services to gain time. Request a quote now!



NGS Data Quality Assessment

NGS Data Quality_readmore As part of our standard NGS services, we include an extensive quality control (QC) on the data to assess the quality of the sequence run and data set. This data QC or primary analysis is always included free-of-charge when you outsource your sequencing project to us. The primary data analysis includes besides the quality assessment also filtering and trimming of the data.

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NGS Data Analysis Pipelines 

Our bioinformatics services are the next step: the advanced analysis and interpretation of the data using our validated pipelines. Our experienced bioinformaticians developed software for common requested data analysis requests. These data analysis pipelines have been tested and optimized to get the most out of your FASTQ files. GenomeScan offers the following standardized analysis packages under the ISO 17025 accreditation scope.

  • Bioinformatics_readmore Whole Genome (re)sequencing
  • Targeted (re)sequencing
  • Genotyping, SNP, mutation analyses
  • Copy Number Variation
  • de novo assembly
  • Automated Assembly and Annotation for prokaryotic genomes
  • Whole Transcriptome Sequencing (mRNA-Seq)
  • Digital Gene Expression
  • ChIP Seq analysis
  • Functional annotation
  • Visualisation in a genome browser
  • miRNA and small RNA Analysis

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