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Related Omics Tools
SUPER-CAP handles Sequence Capture data to highlight variations in selected genomic regions. He fine calculates the allele frequency of variations, assists the user with identification of single-nucleotide variants (SNVs), as well as small insertions and deletions (INDELs), until it reconstructs private sequences/gene features for each target region of each sample.
Variants results are available in the standard format “vcf” and sequences reconstructed can be downloaded as fasta file or explored in a dedicated browser.
SUPER-CAP can answer the following questions:
- Which variants are present in my resequencing experiments?
- Which type of variants are present?
- Which is the sequence of a specific sample of my experiments?
SUPER-W is an innovative omics suite that digs deep within genomes and is able to compare them due to his variant calling capabilities and novel interface.
Data from omics experiments can be integrated and visualized thanks to a user friendly interface and a private cloud where users can upload their data and compare them with publicly-available data.
SUPER-W can be used to:
- Navigate into a genome
- Integrate data (both private and public) coming from different omics experiment
- Create a genomics workbench to perform detailed genetic studies
Is the perfect handyman for reference-guided genome reconstruction! Reconstructor is an automatic in silico approach, which aims at the generation of a full genome sequence of an individual starting from the reference genome and resequencing data. The Reconstructor pipeline is based on two main steps: Iterative read mapping and de novo assembly.
Drago2 and PRG
Disease Resistance Analisys and Gene Orthology, DRAGO 2, is an in silico pipeline to automatically retrieve, annotate and classify plant resistance genes. DRAGO 2 Is the official annotation tool of the PRGdb, the Plant Resistance Genes Database.
Drago is available at www.prgdb.org
The plant resistance gene database is an open source web which has been totally developed in MediaWiki format, and represents the first bioinformatics resource providing a comprehensive overview of resistance genes in plants.
What can you expect from us
The genome and its correct assembly is the starting point for any project that uses omics sciences to achieve a breakthrough in the fields of human health, agriculture and the environment. For this reason, at Sequentia we develop innovative tools that create a new reliable and precise assembly, of both complete genomes and specific parts or groups of genes.
The era of low-cost mass sequencing has opened the way to resequencing techniques that allow us to study variations between individuals and related species through approaches such as genome variance. The integration of reference genomes and resequencing data has led us to design a specific tool for Reference Guided Assembly and genome reconstruction, thus creating custom versions of each subject.
We also offer gene panel analysis services or sequence capture experiments to search for variants and use our tool to reconstruct the private sequence of genes or sequenced parts.
We carry out studies on QTLseq, GBS, GWAS and comparative genomics. We offer innovative solutions for data integration, and create software solutions to independently store, display and integrate the analysis.