Reveal Structural Variation In A Way That's Never Been Done Before

Optical genome mapping (OGM) is a workflow that combines various technologies for one purpose: to reveal structural variation in a way that’s never been done before.

Capture and accurately map the entire genome construct, giving a high-resolution view of genome structure with OGM. Structural variations in the form of deletions, duplications, translocations and inversions can be directed imaged, and the analytical gap filled from sequencing technology alone.

Bionano advanced Saphyr imaging instrument

Source Genomics is now able to offer whole genome imaging to visualise structural. Optical Genome Mapping is highly compatible with NGS for a comprehensive depiction of the genome, bringing a new angle of discovery to genomic research.

Contact our Source Genomics team today and one of our skilled account managers will be in touch with a free consultation including further information and pricing details.

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