RNA Sequencing Solution for Food/Agriculture

With the help of advanced genomic research tools, scientists are increasingly using genomic approaches to improve the productivity, nutrient levels and survival rates of many agricultural products. Agricultural genomics researchers are using genomics to address growing strains on the global food supply caused by population growth and changing global weather patterns. High-throughput sequencing technology has greatly enriched the transcriptome information of plants, animals, and microorganisms, helped researchers have a more comprehensive understanding of the diversity and complexity of transcripts, and promoted the development of agriculture and food industry.

Accelerate Research and Practice in Food & Agriculture

The development of modern biological techniques has made transcriptomics a powerful tool in the post-genomic era. It can not only help to understand gene structure and RNA-based regulation of any organism, but also is an important means to study the regulation of gene transcription expression, and is conducive to the mining of key genes. CD Genomics' RNA-Seq enables you to quickly and comprehensively understand the genes that play important roles in plants that you are interested in, by comparing genes that have significantly different expression patterns among samples. The gene expression pattern of cells changes significantly during drought resistance and other stress resistance of superior strains during plant growth.

CD Genomics one-stop RNA sequencing technology to assist your food & agriculture research. From the extraction of total RNA, to reverse transcription into cDNA library, and then to sequencing, in order to get the whole transcriptome information. It can also detect the transcription activities of cells at the single nucleotide level, so as to quickly and accurately determine the sequence and expression level, to obtain the basic information of transcripts and find new transcripts. RNA-Seq technology can also be used to identify single nucleotide polymorphisms, study gene structural variations, and understand different variable shearing events.

Our advantages
An abundance of sample handling experience
Enrichment and extraction of low-abundance transcripts
Covering both coding and non-coding RNAs
Multiple sequencing platforms to choose from
High accuracy of sequencing results
Comprehensive bioinformatics analysis and customized analysis

The issues that can be addressed with our RNA sequencing services
Study on stress resistance
SSR and SNP polymorphism analysis
Genotypes and phenotypes associated with important economic characteristics
Soil microbial transcriptome

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Bioinformatics Analysis Contents

Differential gene expression Elucidate functional elements of the genome by identifying gene-level relationships between transcript abundance and experimental conditions, thereby illuminating the mechanisms of associated physiological processes and expanding our understanding of the links between genotype and phenotype.
Variants calling and detection Identify variations in the coding sequences, including single-nucleotide variants (SNVs), short insertions/deletions (indels < 50 bp), and structural variants (SVs).
Allele-specific expression Denote a differential expression of two or more alleles in a diploid or a polyploid organism, sometimes may result in multiple traits and phenotypes.
Alternative splicing Assemble RNA-Seq data into full-length isoforms from the raw reads associated with alternative splicing of the same gene, and then the corresponding alternative splicing events can be identified and characterized.
Alternative polyadenylation (APA) site usage APAs likely play a role in many processes involved in gene expression, including nuclear export, localization, stability, degradation, repression, translation, protein diversification, differentiation, proliferation, and tissue-specific expression.
miRNA profiling Study the regulation of gene expression post-transcriptionally or by translational repression induced by miRNA.
circRNA profiling Promote the study of scaffolding for RNA-binding proteins, formation of regulatory complexes, promotion of translation, regulation of protein function, and target decoys for other regulatory molecules (such as miRNAs).
Biological network analysis Elucidate biological processes and mechanisms linked with gene expression and regulation.

Comprehensive Solutions to Accelerate Your Microbiota Research

CD Genomics has a professional technical team and bio-analysis team, and has more than ten years of project experience in the sequencing field. We have a mature technical route, provide accurate and reliable data and deliver results that meet your requirements. We are committed to providing efficient, cost-effective, and high-quality sequencing services to help your research of food and agriculture.

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