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Genotyping Services – From Basic Research to Clinical Genotyping

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Ambry Genetics offers a wide variety genotyping services from basic research to clinical genotyping performed in our CAP accredited, CLIA certified laboratory. We provide proven technology platforms to apply to your research needs.

Our lab is flexible and can handle genotyping projects for a broad range of organisms, while delivering fast turn-around times and maintaining high quality data. We are experienced in dealing with clinical trial samples, and can meet the stringent regulations that come with them.

Whether your genotyping project is a few samples or a few thousand samples we are equipped to process your throughput requirements. Our team of experts is here to help you reach your project goals.

Platforms

Biotage Pyromark MD Pyrosequencer

Illumina BeadXpress with GoldenGate technology
 
Superior Flexibility
•    SNP genotyping of a broad range of organisms
•    Custom assay design
•    Biomarker validation
•    Mutation analysis and profiling

Applications
•    Custom Low-to Mid-plex Methylation Analysis
•    High Throughput Genotyping
•    SNP Discovery
•    SNP Panels
•    Drug Metabolism Panels

Product Genotyping Services – From Basic Research to Clinical Genotyping
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Ambry Genetics
100 Columbia #200 Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 USA

Tel: +1 949-900-5500
Fax: +1 949-900-5501
Email: info@ambrygen.com



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