The transcriptome is defined as the entirety of all RNAs present in a specific tissue at a distinct time point. Their presence and abundance correspond to the current metabolic state of the cells and is affected by external and internal changes. Sequencing the transcriptome allows the detection and relative quantification of RNA molecules. Application areas and objectives for transcriptome sequencing in the scientific field are diverse and range from the analysis of differential gene expression to the detection of alternative splicing and previously unknown transcripts.
Transcriptome sequencing is carried out in basic research as well as in applied clinical research. We offer whole transcriptome sequencing (WTS), as well as sequencing of the coding transcriptome (CTS) or flexible solutions (TS).
CeGaT´s transcriptome sequencing service offers reliable and accurate insights into RNA from extraction to data analysis. With our long-standing expertise in the diagnostic field, our clients benefit from strict quality control standards and therefore high-quality results.