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Strain Genotypic Analysis

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Strain Genotypic Analysis


Genotypic analysis plays a pivotal role in advancing our understanding of genetic variations and their impact on various biological processes. At CD Biosynsis, a leading company specializing in synthetic biology, we are committed to providing cutting-edge services in genotypic analysis. With years of experience in the industry, our team of highly proficient biological experts combines their expertise with state-of-the-art technologies to deliver accurate and comprehensive genotypic analysis solutions.

Overview of next-generation sequencing-assisted genetic analysis of epilepsy disorders. Figure 1: Overview of next-generation sequencing-assisted genetic analysis of epilepsy disorders. (Miao P., et al. 2018)

Our Services for Genotypic Analysis

At CD Biosynsis, we offer a comprehensive range of services in genotypic analysis. With our advanced technology and expertise, we provide tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of our clients. Our services encompass the following key areas:

 Targeted Gene Panel Analysis:

  • Custom design of gene panels targeting specific genes or genomic regions.
  • Accurate sequencing and analysis of targeted regions using state-of-the-art technologies.
  • Identification of genetic variations and potential disease-causing mutations.
  • Comprehensive reporting with detailed interpretations of identified variants.

Whole-Genome Sequencing:

  • Complete analysis of an individual's entire genome.
  • Utilization of cutting-edge sequencing platforms to sequence coding and non-coding regions.
  • Accurate identification of genetic variations, structural rearrangements, and disease-causing mutations.
  • In-depth variant annotation to provide insights into functional significance.

Variant Identification and Annotation:

  • Robust identification and annotation of genetic variants.
  • Utilization of advanced bioinformatics tools and resources.
  • Detailed annotation covering variant type, location, allele frequency, functional impact, and disease associations.
  • Facilitation of variant prioritization for further investigation.

Comparative Genomic Analysis:

  • Comprehensive analysis of genetic variations among individuals or populations.
  • Identification of common variants, population-specific mutations, and evolutionary insights.
  • Exploration of genetic diversity, disease prevalence, and population dynamics.

Data Interpretation and Consultation:

  • Expert data interpretation and consultation services.
  • Assistance in understanding the implications of identified genetic variants.
  • Guidance on study design, data analysis strategies, and interpretation of complex genomic data.

Customized Solutions and Collaborative Partnerships:

  • Tailored solutions to meet specific research requirements.
  • Custom design of gene panels and specialized bioinformatics pipelines.
  • Collaborative approach to align services with project needs.
  • Support for impactful results and groundbreaking discoveries.

Our Advantages

  • Accurate and Reliable Analysis
  • Customized Solutions
  • Comprehensive Reporting and Interpretation
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Cutting-Edge Technology and Expertise

CD Biosynsis is committed to delivering high-quality genotypic analysis services that drive scientific discoveries. Our accurate and reliable analysis, customized solutions, comprehensive reporting, and cutting-edge technology set us apart. Trust us for your genotypic analysis needs and unlock the full potential of your research. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your research.


  1. Nievas F., et al. Genotypic analysis of isolated peanut-nodulating rhizobial strains reveals differences among populations obtained from soils with different cropping histories. Applied Soil Ecology, 2012, 53: 74-82.
  2. Piatek A. S., et al. Genotypic analysis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in two distinct populations using molecular beacons: implications for rapid susceptibility testing. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy, 2000, 44(1): 103–110.
  3. Wilson A., et al. Phenotypic and Genotypic Analysis of Antimicrobial Resistance among Listeria monocytogenes Isolated from Australian Food Production Chains. Genes (Basel), 2018, 9(2): 80.
  4. Miao P., et al. Genotype and phenotype analysis using an epilepsy-associated gene panel in Chinese pediatric epilepsy patients. Clinical Genetics, 2018, 94(6): 512-520.
Please note that all services are for research use only. Not intended for any clinical use.

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