Certified Service Providers
Bionano Certified Service Providers offer a complete range of up-to-date sample prep protocols, genome map-generation techniques, and data analysis workflows that deliver the highest quality results. Find a Certified Pro from the list below. To learn more about the process, please see document 30275 CSPP – Program Overview.
CLIA and CAP certified, Praxis Genomics, provides a solution for those who could not get a genetic diagnosis with traditional cytogenetic, microarray and exome sequencing approaches. They provide genetic testing with unsurpassed sensitivity and specificity based on combination of Bionano technology and traditional short read Illumina sequencing of DNA and RNA.
Carrier testing that investigates the entire genome and is not part of currently available panels can be performed for couples with reproductive difficulties and for individuals who want to have a clear understanding of any family predisposition for the development of cancer or neurodegenerative disorders.
Genetic consulting and counseling services are provided to assist our customers in selecting the appropriate test combination and to explain the clinical significance of the results in a clear and concise manner.
300 Executive Blvd
Ossining, NY 10562 USA
Histogenetics is applying cutting-edge sequencing technologies to study all living species, helping lead innovation in human, plant, and animal research and precision medicine.
4444 Forest Park Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63108
The McDonnell Genome Institute (MGI) has a rich 25-year history in the world of genomics. From contributing approximately 25% of the human genome reference to sequencing the first cancer tumor/normal pair to generating sequences for multiple de novo plants, animals, and microbiomes, MGI has become a scientific leader in this field. Through strong collaborative relationships, MGI continually develops and refines genomic-based tools for the future of science
MGI offers the entire Saphyr System workflow from samples to analysis allowing scientists to assemble genome de novo as well as detect novel structural variants. Please contact MGI directly at email@example.com.
INRAE – CNRGV
24 Chemin de Borde Rouge – Auzeville
31326 Castanet Tolosan Cedex
The French Resources Centre for Plant Genomics (CNRGV) is a national infrastructure belonging to the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, food and Environment (INRAE). Settled in Toulouse (France) in 2004, the CNRGV is both a Biological Resources Centre (BRC) dedicated to all plant genomic resources and a service provider for plant genomics projects.
It aims at providing innovative and efficient genomic tools to better characterize plant biodiversity and understand how plants adapt to their environment through the analysis of their genomes.
Its field of expertise includes the development of HMW DNA extraction protocols dedicated to plants, targeted sequencing of genomic regions of interest and plant genomes analysis based on genome optical mapping combined with genomic sequences (produced in collaboration with sequencing facilities). The CNRGV has also developed bioinformatics expertise to analyse and explore the complex structures of plant genomes.
The CNRGV has implemented the Bionano Genomics optical map platform in 2016 and produced optical maps for more than 120 different plant species.