Next Generation Sequencing Service Facility

New sequencing technologies have revolutionized the field of genomic medicine. Sequencing is the process of determining the nucleotide order of a given DNA or RNA fragment. Using these new NGS platforms we are able to investigate genomes and transcriptomes at an unexampled depth and level of detail by sequencing of DNA and RNA. The nucleotide sequence encodes the necessary information that allows living things to survive and reproduce. 

The NGS core facility at Center for Genomic Medicine operates several next generation sequencers from Illumina and maintains a fully equipped lab and staff able to perform a variety of sequencing applications - from sample and library preparation to sequence alignment and data analysis.

Please contact Dr. Christina Westmose Yde for information regarding pricing and experimental setup.



Genomic Medicine NGS Center offers the following services:

Exome Sequencing

Exome sequencing is accomplished with Agilent SureSelect in combination with Illumina HiSeq2500 sequencing. The high throughput of our Illumina systems in terms of Gigabases produced  offers a real advantage for many applications.

RNA Sequencing (RNA-Seq) 

RNA next generation sequencing (RNA-seq) allows the discovery and quantification of the entire universe of RNA, from small reagulatory RNA (sncRNA, miRNA, piwiRNA, etc.) to full-length coding messenger RNA (mRNA).


ChIP-Seq can identify the protein and nucleic aid interactions between protein, DNA, and RNA, enabling the interpretation of regulation events central to many biological processes and disease states.