Experts in eukaryotic genome sequencing

Obtain a draft genome of your study species

Obtaining a draft genome of your protist, fungi, animal, or plant under study is of great utility in several research fields. For example, in comparative genomics, when regions up- and downstream the genes of interest need to be characterised; in RNA-seq, where an annotated reference genome is required for read mapping; or in phylogenomics, in which novel genome regions including mitochondrial and chloroplast genomes can be sequenced.

Eukaryotic genome sequencing service - AllGenetics

Step 1: We isolate DNA from your samples. We have adapted different DNA isolation protocols, depending on the starting biological material.

Step 2: We prepare genomic libraries using the kits recommended by Illumina.

Step 3: We sequence the libraries using the Illumina HiSeq or NovaSeq technologies. As a norm, we obtain 50 or 100 gigabases of raw data per library but we can adapt the output to the genome size of the species under study.

Step 4: We analyse the high-throughput sequencing data to obtain your annotated contigs.

What you receive

A report with a summary of the methods followed.

The raw high-throughput sequencing files, which will be delivered through our server.

The results of the bioinformatic analysis including demultiplexing, pre-processing and quality control of the raw data, de novo assembly, removal of duplicate reads, and automatic gene annotation. Along with a draft of the nuclear genome, you will also receive the mitochondrial and plastid genomes.

If you require additional analyses, please let us know and we will do our best to meet your needs.

At no additional cost, our project specialists will be available to you after project delivery and during the editorial process of your scientific articles. We offer up to five 60-min sessions per project, depending on the project size.

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