Microbiomics Sequencing Services

Bacteria de novo Sequencing (draft map)

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  • Description

    The research of bacterial genome mainly includes DNA extraction and sequencing, genome assembly, gene prediction, gene annotation, genome comparison and analysis, etc. Based on different study purpose, different schemes, such as NGS、Pacbio sequencing or Oxford Nanopore sequencing, can be selected to achieve bacterial genome assembly of different degree, thus laying a foundation for more detailed and in-depth research of target strains. 

  • Technical Workflow

    Scheme design → Sample processing → Library construction → Sequencing → Data analysis → After-sales service 

  • Analysis Workflow

  • Features

    1. As a global supplier of high-quality NGS raw materials, we guarantee the quality of the project from the source, including high-quality extraction and library construction ect.; 

    2. Senior technical teams, with more than ten years of information analysis experience, can provide a variety of personalized analysis; 

    3. With high-quality after-sales service, no longer need to worry about the results;

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  • Applications

    Industrial field, human microbiology, environmental microbiology, agricultural field

  • Requirements of Samples

  • Results Demo

    Circos diagram of gene and annotation results 

    In order to visually display the results of gene annotation, we made a doughnut diagram of the genome by CIRCOS. It includes GC content, GC offset, positive and negative strand genes, rRNA, tRNA prediction and other information.

    CRISPR sequence prediction 

    CRISPR is composed of repeat sequences and spacer sequences with similar length. It is the central component of the bacterial immune system and is responsible for sequence recognition. It also plays an important role in the bacterial immune system. It can resist the invasion of foreign DNA such as phage and plasmid. We use CRT to predict CRISPR sequence. The results could not only locate the position of CRISPR on the genome, but also include repeat sequences and spacer sequences. 

    COG notes

    COG (Cluster of Orthologous Groups of proteins) is an NCBI classified database based on gene lineal homology. Combined with evolutionary relationships, COG classifies homologous genes from different species into different ortholog clusters. Currently, the COG has 4873 categories. Genes from the same ortholog have the same function, so functional annotations can be directly passed to other members of the same COG cluster.