DNA and RNA are perhaps the most important molecules in cell biology, and they are responsible for storing and reading the genetic information that codes all life. DNA is the genetic blueprint for most organisms and makes it possible to pass the information from generation to generation. RNA generally converts the genetic information contained in DNA into a format used to build proteins and then transfers it to the ribosomal protein factory. This reading process is multi-step, with specialized RNA for each step. RNA sequencing is important in the study of transcription as well as regulation, detecting changes in gene expression, alternative splicing, post-transcriptional modifications, gene fusions, and the detection of mutations and SNPs. While the role of DNA and protein interactions in the study of gene function should not be overlooked either.
CD Genomics provides a full range of sequencing technologies for both RNA and DNA profiling. We help researchers analyze the gene expression patterns, detect novel transcripts, examine alterations in the transcriptome, study DNA-RNA interactions, DNA-protein interactions, and more. enabling a deeper understanding of nucleic acid biology and disease development. In addition to NGS, we provide comprehensive research technologies such as ChIP sequencing, ATAC sequencing, chromosome conformation capture sequencing (3C-Seq), and CUT&Tag sequencing.
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3C-Seq interprets the interaction patterns among different DNA sequences, as well as providing high-resolution chromatin three-dimensional structure information.