RNA-Sequencing

RNA plays many roles, making it challenging to study. Let Otogenetics simplify your RNA-Sequencing studies.

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:

  • mRNA-Seq 
  • 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

  • RNA (total, Immunoprecipitated, Small)
  • Tissues/Cells
  • FFPE
  • cDNA
  • Low-Input

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.