• Liquid Biopsy is the sampling and analysis of biofluids, primarily blood. It is revolutionizing oncology, an innovative solution to cancer detection. Compared to traditional solid tissue biopsies, it has “easily obtained, minimal pain/risk” etc advantages.
  • Please explore our newly added and updated NGS service from Quick Biology in 2019 including tissue ATAC-seq, RNA/DNA Methylation Analysis, 10X Chromium Single Cell Sequencing, low-input / single cell WGS, NGS-based HLA and ABO Typing, Liquid Biopsy, Immune Repertoire Profiling, and Cancer Panels
  • Drug discovery is a critical element to ensure the precision medicine. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) accurately track cellular behavior at the genomic, transcriptomic level, providing an efficient technology for drug screening.
  • There are over 6,000 known rare diseases, many or a significant portion of which affect children’s development and can be traced to changes, or mutations in a single gene. These rare genetic diseases affect an estimated 30 million Americans. Thanks to advances in genome sequencing (NGS), more and more families are receiving an accurate diagnosis for their children’s condition, NGS is having changed diagnostic workflows and provided an unprecedented, simple way of discovering novel disease-associated genes.
  • Precision medicine is a new way of practicing medicine. Based on the individual genetic, environmental or even behavioral characteristics, doctors will provide specific strategies for target therapies and diagnosis for each patient. NGS allows rapid and accurate sequencing of many genes at once, this cutting-edge technology revolutionizes the field of genomics and medical diagnosis.
  • Biomarker is vital for disease diagnosis and prognosis. One “biomarker” can be a protein, a metabolite, an RNA molecule or even a DNA mutation. Genomics is transforming every area of life science, next-generation sequencing (NGS) is a high-throughput genome sequencing technology, have now become mainstream in biomarker discovery.
  • Microbe lives on or in people, plants, soil, and oceans, all over our planet. Ubiquitous and particular microbial communities are often associated with specific processes or environments. National Institute of Justice has been expanding funding of research into the forensic applications of microbiomes since 2011.
  • In adult neurogenesis, there is very little knowledge about the embryonic origin and developmental process that leads to the establishment of adult neural progenitors in the mammalian brain. Scientists once thought that adult neurogenesis is from a specialized population of neural stem cells and they are different from the precursors generating neurons during embryo development. But a group of researchers from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia found that a single lineage of neural progenitors contributes to embryonic, early postnatal, and adult neurogenesis in the mice hippocampus.
  • Eating habits is the critical aspect of our Healthy lifestyle. Balanced food choice (with different nutrients) over time will make good health of us. Recently, due to environmental pollution across the world, food safety is being increasingly scrutinized and questioned by the public.
  • Next-generation sequencing (NGS), also known as high-throughput sequencing technologies allow us to sequence DNA and RNA much more quickly and cheaply than the previously used Sanger sequencing, and as such have revolutionized the study of genomics and molecular biology. Within the last 2–3 years, we have witnessed a rapid increase in quantity and quality in genomic and transcriptomic research that expands into other “-omics” fields. Technological changes allowed the expansion of our knowledge and changed views on bacterial genetics and biology.