Overcoming the need for expensive and time-intensive in-house bioinformatics analysis, the Genefficiency RNA Sequencing (RNA-Seq) Service takes care of the complexity of sample and data processing. The service makes RNA-Seq a widely accessible tool for revealing the complexities of the transcriptome. RNA-Seq allows much broader discoveries at the transcriptome level than many other approaches. It provides the experimental freedom to identify unknown genes and isoforms without having to wait for new versions of exon or custom arrays and genome annotation updates. Analysis of the data generated allows new information to be revealed, such as changes in transcript activity and variant analysis. Additional analysis can reveal more in-depth knowledge on alternative splice junctions, allele specific expression and the identification of fusion proteins.
Oxford Gene Technology (OGT)