CD Genomics is a world-leading company that can provide the best microarray products and solutions for global customers in the field of transcriptomics research. We have successfully completed many related microarray projects and can provide the best products and services to customers all over the world.
The bioinformatics analysis of the microbial transcriptome is very important for the development of new antibiotics and the prediction of resistance to specific antibiotics, the study of host-pathogen immune interactions, and the tracking of disease progression. The transcriptome represents the collection of transcripts of all exons of microbial genes, and reflects the genes expressed in various stages of microbial life activities, different physiological states and host environments. Microbial transcriptomics research provides convenience for the analysis and research of gene expression and regulation in different application scenarios. Microarray technology for bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms has become a fast and efficient method for analyzing transcriptome information. The study of transcriptomics is of great significance for solving the problems of microbial genetic evolution, pathogenic mechanism, and resistance. Microarray technology measures the abundance of a set of specific transcripts by hybridizing with a series of complementary nucleic acid probes. This high-throughput measurement method can analyze thousands of transcripts at the same time, which greatly reduces the cost of each transcript, and also saves time and human effort.
In recent years, microarrays have been widely used in transcriptomics research on model microorganisms, pathogenic bacteria and fungi. For example, the phylogenetic study of model microorganisms, the study of yeasts and other microorganisms used as tools in bioreactors. The application scenarios of our microarray products include facilitating phylogenetic studies of model microorganisms and revealing related phylogenetic pathways. In addition, microarrays also provide technical support for the improvement of bioreactors with tool microorganisms as carriers, and contribute to phylogenetic research.
The fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe has long been a model organism for eukaryotic cell research, especially in cell cycle research. We have developed an optimized genome-wide S. pombe gene expression microarray chip. The design of high-quality oligonucleotide probes and the flexibility of experimental schemes ensure a wide dynamic range, extremely high sensitivity and reproducibility. Magnaporthe grisea is one of the most destructive fungal diseases of rice and can be used as a model for studying plant diseases. Our microarray chip contains a series of probes for predicting genes, facilitating the study of pathogenic mechanisms and the development of response strategies. Yeast is an important model organism, possessing many homologous genes of other organisms. As an important tool for phylogenetic research, microarray technology continues to help yeast research. Our microbial transcriptome microarrays include but are not limited to the above products. If you have other microarray research needs for microbial research, you can also customize your personalized products.
CD Genomics provides high-quality microorganisms transcriptomics analysis products and services. We can provide commercial arrays, custom arrays and semi-custom array products and services according to your research. We have a large team of scientists and a well-equipped test platform, and we are committed to cooperating with customers all over the world to meet your specific requirements. We have comprehensive design and production capabilities to provide broad and comprehensive services for academic and industrial research. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for more details.
|+ CDMR-29||Magnaporthe and Rice Gene Expression Microarray||Online Inquiry|
Description: Magnaporthe grisea is the cause of rice blast, the most devastating disease of rice worldwide.The microarray contains probes targeting 15,170 predicted Magnaporthe genes, and 6,325 rice probes designed after ESTs of rice genes.Research conducted using this 'interactions' microarray will facilitate enhanced management of fungal pathogens and the improvement of disease resistant rice.
|+ CDMR-28||S. pombe Gene Expression Microarray||Online Inquiry|
Description: S. pombe Gene Expression Microarray provide researchers with clear insight into species research through traditional chromatin immunoprecipitation pull-down coupled with powerful DNA microarray location analysis.
|+ CDMR-30||Yeast Gene Expression Microarray||Online Inquiry|
Description: Baker's or budding yeast is an important model organism and possesses many genes that are homologous to genes in other organisms, including humans.