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QIAGEN partners with sequencing provider


QIAGEN N.V. announced that it has expanded its relationship with BG to provide QIAGEN’s Ingenuity® Variant Analysis™ in integrated bioinformatics for all customers of BGI’s sequencing services.Under the reseller agreement, BGI customers will receive sequencing data generated from their samples ...


Oyster genome uncover the stress adaptation and complexity of shell formation


An international research team, led by Institute of Oceanology of Chinese Academy of Sciences and BGI, has completed the sequencing, assembly and analysis of Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) genome — the first mollusk genome to be sequenced — that will help to fill a void in our understanding ...


Genomic sequence and comparison of 2 macaques reveal new insights into biomedical research


The South China Center for Innovative Pharmaceuticals, Sun Yat-Sen University, and BGI, the world's largest genomic organization, announced that they were among the research organizations from China, US and UK comprising an international research group that completed the genome sequence and ...


Exonhit and BGI Announce Successful Completion of a Promising Next-Generation Sequencing Project

Combining complementary platforms facilitates rapid and comprehensive discovery and development of biologically relevant markers


Exonhit and BGI announced the successful completion of a project dedicated to expanding Exonhit’s Genome-Wide SpliceArrayTM to an additional strategic preclinical animal model species.To answer the need for a comprehensive understanding of gene deregulation and the expanding interest in ...


Chinese Researchers Sequence World's First Giant Panda Genome


Illumina announced that researchers at the Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI), Shenzhen are the first to complete de novo sequencing of the giant panda genome. A small team of scientists in one month produced 150 gigabases of sequence that was used to assemble the three gigabase genome belonging to ...


First of 100 Arab Human Genomes Sequenced by Saudi Biosciences, Beijing Genomics Institute Shenzhen, and CLC bio


An international consortium consisting of Saudi Biosciences, Beijing Genomics Institute Shenzhen, and CLC bio have in a joint effort performed an initial sequencing and analysis of the first Arab human genome, as part of a large project to sequence 100 Arab human genomes to map the unique genetic ...


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