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Services provider of genomics near Nice, France

Discover genomics services in wet lab, near Nice, France

GENXMAP is a genotyping service provider that is conveniently located near the city of Nice. Nice is a prominent city in France, celebrated for its picturesque landscapes and cultural attractions. GENXMAP's close proximity to Nice ensures convenient access to its genotyping services for researchers, scientists, and institutions in the Nice area and its neighboring regions. This geographical advantage fosters seamless collaboration and provides easy access to GENXMAP's wide range of genotyping methods and expertise for projects and research endeavors located in and around Nice.

Let our wet lab services Genxmap to do the best for your genomics in Nice

Genotyping is the precise identification of a specific gene within the entire genome, offering a diverse range of methods and applications, from detecting comprehensive gene modifications to pinpointing single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). GENXMAP, strategically situated near the city of Nice in France, provides a variety of genotyping techniques:

Gene Modification Detection: GENXMAP can identify genetic insertions or deletions, whether they occur naturally or are induced through genetic engineering. This monitoring of specific gene function changes employs techniques such as PCR, qPCR, and sequencing, applicable to both specific genes and the entire genome.

Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Identification: SNPs, common nucleotide substitutions in the genome, play a crucial role in various conditions, including autoimmune disorders, cancer development, and responses to pathogens, drugs, or vaccines. Identifying SNPs is fundamental to personalized medicine and clinical research. GENXMAP offers SNP genotyping through techniques like Taqman assay, rhAmp assay, Sanger sequencing, or next-generation sequencing, selected based on the project's objectives.

Copy Number Variation (CNV) Analysis: For the detection of variations in the number of copies of specific genes, GENXMAP provides options such as Taqman assay and the SYBR Green method. Taqman assay ensures highly precise and specific identification and quantification of thousands of potential genes across more than 30 species. Conversely, SYBR Green offers a versatile and cost-effective approach with the capability to tailor primers for various applications.

Genotyping by Sequencing Service (GBS): GENXMAP offers GBS, which involves Sanger sequencing or target-specific next-generation sequencing. The identification and analysis of target gene modifications are carried out through primer design, optimized gene identification using PCR, and sequencing of the purified PCR product. This comprehensive process allows for the detection of insertions/deletions, SNPs via Sanger or NGS, and CNV detection via NGS. The choice between Sanger sequencing and NGS depends on the specific objectives of the project, all conveniently accessible from the city of Nice.

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