Controls for targeted and whole genome sequencing in cancer and inherited disease >
Controls for gene assembly and expression profiling with RNA sequencing >
Controls representing a diverse community of microbe genomes for metagenomics >
Sequins are synthetic RNA & DNA standards that represent genes, mutations, or microbes.
They are ‘spiked-in’ to your sample, and act as internal controls during next-generation sequencing.
Sequins are designed and manufactured at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research (Sydney, Australia), and used by over 140 universities, institutes, hospitals and companies in over 25 countries across the world.
More details on the design and use of sequins in next-generation sequencing,
including scientitific publications, news and protocols >