Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab, is a national center for molecular biosciences with focus on health and environmental research. SciLifeLab is a national resource and a collaboration between four universities: Karolinska Institutet, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University and Uppsala University.
The center combines frontline technical expertise with advanced knowledge of translational medicine and molecular bioscience. Researchers from all of Sweden can use both the technology and the know-how that is present at SciLifeLab to subsidized fees. Users from commercial companies pay the full costs of the analyses performed.
PacBio develops comprehensive solutions for scientists that propel the field of genomics, improve science and research, and create positive impact globally.
PacBio offers two types of sequencing instruments: a low-throughput RSII and high-throughput Sequel. Both machines operate using the Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing technology developed by the company.
The PacBio systems include an extensive software portfolio designed to elevate your sequencing efforts by bringing exceptional analytical depth to your genetic data. These advanced tools allow you to analyze, visualize, interact, and manage your data, helping you achieve accurate scientific results.
10x Genomics meets the critical need for long range, structural and cellular information, with an innovative system that transforms short-read sequencing technologies.
Our Chromium™ System supports comprehensive genomics and high-throughput single cell transcriptomics. It enables researchers to discover previously inaccessible genomic information at unprecedented scale, including phased structural variants, phased single nucleotide variants, and dynamic gene expression of individual cells—while leveraging their existing sequencing systems and workflows.
Our proprietary 10x GemCode Technology fuels our Chromium System with an innovative reagent delivery system, set of algorithms and turn-key software analysis tools that enable the discovery of previously inaccessible genetic information at massive rate and scale.
Oxford Nanopore Technologies has developed the world's first and only nanopore DNA sequencer, the MinION. The MinION is a portable, real time, long-read, low-cost device that has been designed to bring easy biological analyses to anyone, whether in scientific research, education or a range of real-world applications such as disease/pathogen surveillance, environmental monitoring, food-chain surveillance, self-quantification or even microgravity biology.
The MinION is in use by a thriving community of thousands of users in more than 70 countries, enabling a myriad of applications within the traditional laboratory environment and in the field. The GridION and PromethION devices serve users with larger projects or more samples.
Kem-En-Tec was founded in 1987 by a team of Danish scientists from the Protein Laboratory at the University of Copenhagen. Kem-En-Tec Nordic is a strong and reliable partner and our success is based on reliability, high service level, flexibility and a high technological knowledge and support. Our services include extensive pre- as well as post selling support. Currently Kem-En-Tec represent a platform of products from more than 100 companies in the field of Protein Technology, Molecular Biology, Cellularbiology, Diagnostics and Environmental studies.
The FEMTO Pulse® is a remarkably flexible instrument. Quantify, qualify, and size DNA and RNA samples with unstoppable accuracy and precision. Perfect for low concentration and/or large size nucleic acid samples, the FEMTO Pulse easily analyzes diverse sample types including: cfDNA, total RNA, genomic DNA, large fragment DNA, messenger RNA (mRNA), and more. Using a pulsed-field power supply, the FEMTO Pulse is the first ever parallel capillary electrophoresis instrument able to resolve DNA smears and DNA fragments through 200,000 bp. A meticulously designed optical detection platform enables unprecedented sensitivity, detecting nucleic acids into the lower femtogram range.
Bionano Genomics, Inc. offers whole genome analysis tools to better understand the genome and its structure. Its high-throughput system Saphyr builds de novo maps of the genome by massively parallel imaging of the longest single DNA molecules in the industry. Bionano genome mapping provides comprehensive structural variation (SV) calls, identifying all types of SVs with sensitivities that far exceed those based on next-generation sequencing. When combined with orthogonal sequencing data, Bionano maps can provide the correct structure, order, and orientation to assemble reference-quality genomes.
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Samplix has developed a novel targeted DNA enrichment technology called PINS suitable for long read as well as short read sequencing.
The PINS enrichment technology is based on physical separation of long DNA fragments into millions of picoliter droplets. The droplets containing the target DNA are identified using ddPCR, physically sorted and the target DNA fragments are then amplified using multiple displacement amplification. Applications include: De-novo sequencing, highly variable and partially unknown sequences, large structural variations, phasing of mutations, repeat regions, GC-rich regions, and samples in limited amount.