Genes or Genomes

Why sequence a genome? Because DNA barcodes don’t often fail, but chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes work at distinguishing related species. We can help you make the jump from single gene, to single Genome DNA barcoding.

Targeted Genomic Enrichment

Don’t amplify a gene, amplify a genome! Patent pending method to selectively enrich chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes from complex mixtures.

K-print

Patent Pending method for a truly genomic DNA fingerprint that captures diagnostic information from throughout the genome. Unlike traditional DNA barcoding or historical DNA fingerprinting methods, K-print employs a uniform process for all types of samples that offers unparalleled precision in discrimination. Contact us to see what K-print can do…

Next Generation Barcoding

We have developed a patent pending method that takes DNA barcoding into the genomics world. Instead of capturing the sequence of one or two genes, we can capture the sequence of an entire chloroplast or mitochondrial genome. The result is reference genome sequences that can be used to distinguish among…

Forensic Sequencing

We offer custom solutions for the identification of natural products. Our experience in genomic sequencing and DNA sequence analysis provides our customers with the greatest level of confidence. If the answer must be right, we can deliver the highest level of certainty for forensic species identification. Contact us to find…

Consulting

We can help you make sense of the myriad of choice in how to best use the rapidly evolving field of genomics and sequence analysis to answer your questions. Whether it is the interpretation of data, design of a validation workflows, or just questions about how it all works, we…