Exome sequencing is an excellent tool for investigating disease or protein formation.
The exonic regions of the genome are converted into RNA post transcription, and proteins post translation. Exome sequencing targets the regions of the genome which eventually become proteins. While exomes comprise only 2% of the genome, they contain ~85% of disease-causing variants.
By exclusively examining the coding only regions, the amount of sequencing data required per sample is drastically reduced, in comparison to whole genome sequencing. This targetted approach permits more coverage per sample, thereby enabling high-confidence detection of low frequency mutations.
Systematically detect common and rare variants with our exome sequencing service.
Our highly accredited service combines experienced scientists and in-house bioinformaticians, state of the art Illumina sequencing platforms, and an extensive choice of exome enrichment kits.
Features and benefits of our service include:
We operate to a unique set of quality standards: we are CPA and GCP accredited and we are also Agilent and Illumina CSPro certified. This commitment to quality ensures that we deliver the highest quality data and service across every aspect of our business.
Interested in using our exome sequencing service? For more information, a competetive quotation, or simply for help and support for your research, please call our experts on +44 (0)115 973 9012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.