Whole Genome Testing
Whole-genome testing is an in-depth tool for studying whole genomes. Identifying genetic diseases, characterising the genes that cause cancer development, and monitoring disease outbreaks have all benefited from genomic knowledge. Whole-genome sequencing is a valuable method for genomics research due to rapidly declining sequencing costs and the potential to generate vast amounts of data with today's sequencers.
A high-resolution, framework view of the genome is given.
Manages to capture both small and big variations that focused methods can skip.
Characterizes alternative correlative variations for more research into gene expression and modulation roles.
Produces vast amounts of data in a brief period of time to aid in the synthesis of innovative genomes.
WHY SCIGENOMICS'S WHOLE GENOME TESTING?
Our test decodes all 6 Billions+ DNA genomes inside the DNA sequence, including the full sequence of all 20,000 chromosomes, mitochondrial DNA, and the Y chromosome. Personal genome editing allows for the identification of all genetic differences in each human gene, resulting in the most detailed and reliable genetic test findings. The findings contrast entire genome sequencing with partial DNA experiments including DNA genomic sequencing and whole-exome sequencing, which decipher just a few stretches of DNA. Whole-genome testing is a quick and inexpensive way to acquire a great understanding of biology with a single examination. Approximately, two or more scientists must conduct four or more different experiments, like PFGE, to completely classify bacteria. Scigenomics Nextgen Healthcare's monitoring can be even more efficient thanks to WGS.
Scigenomics is a collaborative initiative that unites various healthcare firms to help provide our patients with excellent treatments which help in genomic analysis and editing, anti-ageing and various other therapies helping to provide relief from complex ailments through the latest services and tests with cutting-edge technologies.
what is whole genome sequencing ?
Whole-genome sequencing has become a valuable method for genomics research due to rapidly falling sequence procedure costs and the capacity of today's sequencers to yield vast quantities of data. WGS is a process for examining whole genomes. Classification of genetic illnesses, characterising the genes that cause cancer development, and monitoring disease outbreaks have all benefited from genomic knowledge.