Whole Exome Sequencing
Designed for deeper coverage & precise diagnosis.
SNV/Indels & CNV
7Gb-10Gb Sequencing data
Comprehensive panel design
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High Performance Exome Built on Advanced and Proven Technology
The complete genomic information within individual is known as the whole genome. Exons are the genome’s protein-coding regions and are collectively known as the exome. Whole Exome Sequencing assay is a widely used method that involves sequencing the complete coding region of the genome.
It is designed to examine all the coding regions and splice junctions of the genome. Exome sequencing using exome enrichment can efficiently identify coding variants (SNVs/Indels/CNVs)across a broad range of applications, including population genetics, genetic disease, and cancer studies.
When looking for an answer, something to explain the underlying cause of a disease, researchers often turn to the genome. With more than 3.2 billion bases in the human genome, the first and most financially viable step is to narrow the search to portions most likely to be informative.
To do this, researchers can extract specific portions of the genome for sequencing with target enrichment panels. Picking the right panel is key to collecting quality, informative data. Researchers have two options at this stage: small and targeted panels (Clinical exome) or whole exome panels.
Say hello to World's Most powerful sequencer- Illumina NovaSeq 6000 system.
Illumina Novaseq 6000 at SN Genelab.
36.5 Mb target region
Designed for Deep coverage across all targets
Most commercially available exome panels cover nearly all gene-coding sequences in the genome But, one key and critical differentiating factor is how deeply they cover specific genes. While some whole-exome panels focus on providing particularly deep coverage over genes that are relevant to cancer development, inherited disorders, or other such conditions, this panel provides deep coverage over all genes that have been linked to clinical phenotypes, enabling translational research on a wide range of conditions.
Who benefits from Whole Exome Sequencing?
Bioinformatics & Databases
Bioinformatics pipelines backed by Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning algorithms
Enabling actionable insights in precision medicine & rare disease diagnosis through state of the art bioinformatics infrastructure.