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The transcriptome is the total set of RNA transcripts, mRNAs and non-coding RNAs in one or a population of cells. With next generation sequencing technology, all transcriptional activity, for both coding and non-coding regions, in any organism can be characterized without prior annotation information. This allows the identification of regulatory RNAs, annotation of coding SNPs, determination of the relative abundance of transcripts, and more.

A high-quality RNA sequencing service designed to deliver cost-effective and rapid access to meaningful transcriptomics results

With more than 10 years of experience, BGI provides comprehensive and competitively priced transcriptome sequencing services as well as the bioinformatics expertise essential to conduct extensive analysis of the RNA-Seq data. Our services are available on multiple platforms including Illumina, Ion Proton and our proprietary Complete Genomics platform.

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BGI Advantages:

CAP-grade data
Complex data analysis using standard and proprietary analytics
BGI Cloud-based computation solutions
Industry leading turnaround times






BGI Overview

BGI was founded in 1999 as a nonprofit research organization. Over the years, BGI has grown into a multinational company with significant global operations. With more than 5,000 employees across the globe and R&D, manufacturing, and commercial operations around the world, we are committed to providing solutions to address the research, pharmaceutical, and clinical markets. Our focus has centered on improving human health and empowering large-scale human, plant, and animal genomics research.