GIC’s decade long experience in genomics research strengthens our service capabilities in bioinformatics of genomes, exomes, transcriptomes and proteomes. We offer a range of end-to-end services including curation of bioinformatics databases, development of unique tools that advance discovery capabilities, or analysis of RNASeq or DNA sequence data from NGS platforms.
Scientists are spared with routine data management, analysis, and reporting saving you valuable time to focus on research questions, while saving cost and lost opportunities.
High-throughput molecular biology data is useful only when turned into meaningful information. What characterizes the state of bioinformatics is the flood of data that exists today. We are getting close to a thousand dollar genome - but million dollar interpretation. It is this grand challenge that GIC team is solving every day by building smarter data capture techniques and downstream data analysis tools to overcome the bottlenecks both upstream and downstream of NGS data generation.
GIC has developed a patented technology for targeted genome-wide sequence enrichment, called Functional Genome Fingerprinting (FGF ), based on a unique set of Fixed Randomized primers. This innovative technology has been demonstrated to enrich targeted functional regions on a genome-wide scale and can be applied in NGS sample preparation.
Genome has developed six popular databases and analysis tools namely, ExDom, AspAlt, EuSplice, RoBust, ExORF and MutDB to serve the life science research community. Several other products are in development and testing phases.
Genome has the unique expertise in developing end-to-end, bioinformatics products and services. And custom solutions tailored to meet customer requirements of any size and shape. GIC has the experience and resources in genomics, molecular diagnostics and drug development. In 2005, Genome established International Center for Advanced Genomics and Proteomics to research and develop algorithms and bioinformatics product concepts.
NGS data storage, management, assembly and analysis - Tertiary-analysis services using GIC resources for functional genomics – EuSplice, AspAlt, ExDom and RoBust Variant and mutation analysis using GIC, public and custom databases Plant disease, trait and biomarker analysis Research and development algorithms and bioinformatics product concepts Custom bioinformatics solutions, contract research services and consulting NGS workflow innovation – a viable substitute for targeted genome-wide sequence enrichment