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BGI Tech lancia un servizio di sequenziamento dell'intero esoma umano sulla piattaforma avanzata di Complete Genomics
Date:7/22/2014

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts e SHENZHEN, Cina, 22 luglio 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BGI Tech Solutions Co., LTD, (BGI Tech), una filiale di BGI, la maggiore organizzazione di genomica del mondo, ha annunciato il lancio mondiale di un nuovo servizio di sequenziamento dell'intero esoma umano con base la piattaforma leader nel settore di Complete Genomics.

Complete Genomics, molto apprezzata nel settore per essere in grado di fornire tecnologie di sequenziamento proprietarie con il 99.999% di precisione e una rilevazione altamente sensibile di tutti i tipi di varianti, è stata acquisita da BGI nel 2013. Oltre 15.000 genomi umani sono stati sequenziati e analizzati sulla piattaforma di Complete Genomics fino ad oggi. BGI, applicando la sua vasta competenza nel sequenziamento di genoma ed esoma, ha arricchito ulteriormente la piattaforma di Complete Genomics fino a renderla oggi capace di servizi di sequenziamento dell'intero esoma umano rapidi e solidi che sfruttano i punti di forza intrinseci di tale piattaforma.

Il sequenziamento dell'intero esoma sulla piattaforma di Complete Genomics, disponibile a cominciare da oggi a un prezzo lancio di soli $599 per campione fino alla fine del 2014, garantisce una profondità di sequenziamento con media 100X per le aree target e include analisi per chiamata e annotazione di SNP/InDel nonché validazione di SNP. Inoltre, BGI Tech fornisce un flusso di lavoro dedicato e una pipeline rivolti verso sfide e progetti di studio sul cancro, consentendo una rilevazione sensibile di varianti somatiche in presenza di eterogeneità cancerosa.

Yingrui Li, direttore generale presso BGI Tech, ha dichiarato "Siamo felici di rendere questa piattaforma estremamente precisa disponibile per i nostri oltre 30.000 clienti nel mondo e per la comunità della ricerca mondiale. Stiamo attualmente sviluppando ulteriori applicazioni della pia
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