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Old 03-18-2013, 03:21 AM   #1
Daisy REN
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Location: UK

Join Date: Mar 2013
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Smile Are you calling for high quality NGS data & analysis in London?


I am a project coordinator in a subsidiary of a big genomics research center, and I am taking care of projects in London. We can provide high quality data and personalized bioinformatics analysis with cost-effective solutions, based on our well-equipped lab and full-service.
Our research fields are as below:
* de novo sequencing
* Exome, target region and whole genome reseq
* RNA-seq
* Epigenetics
* Microbe research & Metagenomics
* Disease research
* Molecular breeding
* Drug discovery
* Proteomics analysis
* Sanger sequencing (Calling for 20 samples' free trials now)
And some of the products would be under a new round of promotion by the end of March.

Now we are searching for both new potential collaborators and customers in UK. If you or your colleagues have any ideas, or any questions about this, please feel free to contact me at any time, I'll continually provide full support.

All the best,
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