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BGI Tech lancerer Human Whole Exome-sekvenseringstjeneste på Complete Genomics avancerede platform
Date:7/22/2014

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts og SHENZHEN, Kina, 22. juli 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BGI Tech Solutions Co., LTD, (BGI Tech), et datterselskab af BGI, verdens største genomics-organisation, annoncerede den globale lancering af en ny human whole exome-sekvenseringstjeneste baseret på Complete Genomics brancheførende platform.

Complete Genomics, højt anset i branchen for at levere patenterede sekvenseringsteknologier med 99,999 % præcision og højfølsom registrering af alle typer varianter, blev købt af BGI i 2013. Mere end 15.000 genomer er sekvenseret og analyseret på Complete Genomics platform til dato. BGI med sin omfattende genom- og exome-sekvenseringsekspertise har forbedret Complete Genomics platform yderligere til nu at kunne levere solide og hurtige human whole exome-sekvenseringstjenester, der udnytter de iboende styrker i den platform.

Whole exome-sekvensering på Complete Genomics platform, der bliver tilgængelig i dag til en introduktionspris på kun USD 599 pr. prøve indtil slutningen af 2014, garanterer 100X gennemsnitlig sekvenseringsdybde for målregioner og omfatter analyse for SNP/InDel-kald og anmærkning samt SNP-validering. Derudover leverer BGI Tech en dedikeret arbejdsproces og pipeline, som adresserer design og udfordringer for studier af kræft, der muliggør følsom registrering af somatiske varianter ved tilstedeværelse af tumorheterogenitet.

Yingrui Li, adm. direktør for BGI Tech, sagde, "Vi er glade for at kunne stille denne ekstremt nøjagtige til rådighed for vores mere end 30.000 kunder over hele verden og til det globale forskningssamfund Vi er i øjeblikket ved at udvikle yderligere applikationer til denne platform, f.eks. transkriptomanalyse og genotype ved sekvensering og ser frem til at annoncere disses tilgængelighed snart."

Yderligere oplysninger fås på bgitechsolutions.com/complete-genomics-offers.

Om BGI Tech

BGI Tech, et datterselskab af BGI, verdens største genomics-organisation, leverer løsninger til sekvensering og bioinformatiktjenester til globale biomedicinske, landbrugsrelaterede og miljøkunder. Med branchens mest omfattende avancerede teknologier leverer BGI Tech resultater, der er hurtige, billige og af høj kvalitet, som gør det muligt for forskere at opnå videnskabelige gennembrud. BGI Tech har leveret førsteklasses tjenester til mere end 10.000 forskningsinstitutter og 30.000 videnskabspartnere, som har resulteret i mere end 600 publikationer, herunder 100 i de bedste magasiner som Nature og Science. Yderligere oplysninger fås på bgitechsolutions.com.

Kontakter

Bicheng Yang, Ph.D.
Public Communication Officer
BGI
+86-755-82639701
yangbicheng@genomics.cn

www.genomics.cn

Joyce Peng, Ph.D.
Marketing Director
BGI Tech & BGI Americas
+1-626-222-5584
joyce.peng@bgiamericas.com

www.bgitechsolutions.com

 


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