Analyzing the whole RNA transcriptome is complex.
RNA is constantly changing at the cellular level. Researchers use it to generate insights into many questions, such as:
- What specific RNA is present?
- How much RNA is present?
- In which cell populations?
- At which timepoints?
- How does the amount vary between conditions?
RNA can be used to study not only gene expression, but also spliced transcripts, gene fusion, post-transcrptional modifications, and single nucleotide polymorphisms.
What methods are right for your RNA-Seq project?
Your research goals can help define how RNA-sequencing can be best leveraged for your project.
Let the experienced
staff at Otogenetics help you to determine the most cost-effective methods to
accomplish your goals. Our GCLP compliant, high-quality RNA-seq data has been used by researchers around the world and complies with rigorous quality assurance (QA) standards needed for clinical trials in the US.
Flexible workflows based on RNA-Seq project goals:
- long noncoding RNA-Seq
- smRNA / miRNA
- Directional / stranded RNA-Seq
- ChIPed RNA-Seq
- Targeted RNA-Seq
- Low Input
Flexible sequencing scale (request any depth)
- 8-20 million reads - expression analysis
- 40 million reads - detect splicing
- 80 million reads - low frequency transcripts
Flexible RNA Sample Inputs
Reporting Options to Fit Your Needs for RNA Analysis
Whatever your needs, Otogenetics Corporation offers the expertise to help you get what you need. Our options include:
- Raw Data (Fastq files)
- Mapping, Alignment and Expression Levels
- Comparison of expression levels between samples or sample groups
- Gene Enrichment Analysis
- Custom Analysis Available
Click here to see an example analysis report.