11 - Sequencing

Service description

Genotyping is a method used to detect small differences in the genomes through the comparison of DNA sequences with a reference sequence. Sequences such as mononuclear polymorphisms (SNPs) are identified. SNP are variations in the genetic sequence such as base pair changes at specific locations in the genome. These variations can explain the various phenotypes within a population. Genotyping can be used for disease research, genomic studies, or the study of microorganisms such as bacteria.

Materials to provide

  • Samples
  • Online primer sequences

    You will be able to exchange directly with the experts after filling in the form below.

    Further details on the project may be requested.

 

Typical deliverables

  • Duplicate screening for each allele and a copy of housekeeping genes
  • Analysis of PCR data
  • Online results
  • Samples storage
  • Study following the specifications validated with the Expert

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