Genomic information at the service of human health and its environment
A unique experience in DNA analysis
Since its foundation in 2001, GenoScreen has a solid international experience in scientific DNA sequencing services for all kinds of genomes : humans, animals, plants and microorganisms.
Our scientific staff gathered high-level skills in all aspects of genome and transcriptome analysis.
This experience provides our customers with highly valuable expertise when choosing the best technical approaches and designing analytical protocols.
Personalized project support
A specialist team monitors each project: definition of the study protocol, choice of the technology, sample preparation, bioinformatics analysis, etc. Take advantage of our unique team’s experience in choosing the best analytical strategy for your project!
For each case, GenoScreen provides a personalized solution based on a comprehensive portfolio of technologies and methodologies.
Cutting-edge bioinformatics technologies
GenoScreen has developed a number of exclusive bioinformatics tools and algorithms to transform genomic data into interpretable and exploitable information.
These tools are flexible and can be adapted to each scientific case, being able to provide our customers with personalized solutions.
High-quality, secure, easily interpreted data
Comprehensive, precise and contextualized, the data generated by our analysis programs constitute a true asset for your research by accelerating your analyses and ensuring reliable interpretation.
GenoScreen has developed several advanced, exclusive bioinformatics solutions:
- Metabiote® and WHORMSS® for the analysis of microbiome metagenomics data.
- Deeplex® for the fast molecular diagnosis of antibiotic resistance in tuberculosis.
An ambitious R&D program
Ever since its foundation, GenoScreen has implemented high-level R&D programs in order to continuously improve the quality, performance level and delay time of its genomic analysis services.
GenoScreen also develops its own methodological approaches and solutions linked to innovative, high-performance analytical tools.
Between the most valuable discoveries achieved until now, we can find: microbiome analysis, microbial strain typing, and the detection of antibiotic resistance in tuberculosis.
The results of these researches have been materialized under products like MIRU-VNTR, Metabiote®/WHORMSS® and Deeplex®.
Expertise in genomic technologies is now essential for high-quality life science research.
These technologies are still evolving very rapidly and therefore require in-depth, continuous training to ensure high-quality analyses and results. To address these challenges, GenoScreen has used its in-house skills to develop cutting-edge training courses in all fields of genomic analysis.
The GenoScreen advantage
- Proprietary training content.
- Customized programs and teaching methods, to match your objectives.
- Active, participatory training courses delivered by experts, for rapid, efficient implementation in practice.
- Individual or group training courses (up to 12 people).
GenoScreen is an accredited training organization (reference: 31 59 06657 59 DRTEFP, Lille, France). All our training courses are eligible for inclusion in France’s personal and professional training schemes.
GenoScreen’s service offering
Exclusive expertise in the molecular microbiology of M. tuberculosis
Since 2006, GenoScreen has developed widely acknowledged expertise in the molecular microbiology of the tuberculosis pathogen. This has now translated into the development of innovative analytical and typing tools (MIRU-VNTR, etc.).
Our training courses will enable you to better calibrate sequencers and set up more detailed microbiological typing of M. tuberculosis.
The training program
- Theoretical aspects: the principle of MIRU-VNTR typing
- Practical aspects: training in the use of MIRU-VNTR kits
- Implementation: training in the calibration of ABI sequencers
- Data import & analysis: training in the use of GeneMapper® software
- Data exploitation: training in the use of the MIRU-VNTR online analysis tool
The course dates
March 2019: 19 to 26 March
|Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD||Tuesday, March 19 (day)|
|NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN||Wednesday, March 20 (morning)|
|De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN||Wednesday 20 March (afternoon)|
|Annotation - Ref : GFBADS||Thursday 21 March (morning)|
|BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB||Thursday, March 21 (afternoon)|
|Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT||Friday, March 22 (day)|
June 2019: 18 to 25 June
|Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD||Tuesday June 18 (day)|
|NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN||Wednesday, June 19 (morning)|
|De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN||Wednesday 19 June (afternoon)|
|Annotation - Ref : GFBADS||Thursday June 20 (morning)|
|BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB||Thursday June 20 (afternoon)|
|Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT||Friday 21 June (day)|
October 2019: 7 to 15 October
|Linux and the command line - Ref: GFBCMD||Monday, Oct. 7 (day)|
|NGS Data Quality Control - Ref : GFBQCN||Tuesday, Oct. 8 (morning)|
|De novo assembly - Ref: GFBASN||Tuesday 8 Oct (afternoon)|
|Annotation - Ref : GFBADS||Wednesday, Oct. 9 (morning)|
|BLAST Mastery - Ref: GFBMBBB||Wednesday, Oct. 9 (afternoon)|
|Variant detection - Ref: GFBMUT||Thursday, Oct. 10 (day)|
To address the most specific research objectives, GenoScreen develops custom analytical protocols from its broad panel of genomic technologies.
These highly detailed, precised, targeted interventions provide answers to the most complex research matters.
GenoScreen - Services provided
An expert takes in charge your request and supports you to build the whole project.
Each service can be adapted to match your project’s scientific objectives and constraints:
- Oligonucleotide design.
- DNA or RNA extraction.
- PCR optimization, library preparation.
- Genomic analysis.
- More than 15 years of expert experience.
- A comprehensive panel of genomic analysis solutions.
- Comprehensive facilities for high- and low-throughput techniques (ABI3730XL, MiSeq, HiSeq2500, ABI7900, etc.).
- Personalized support.
- Highly flexible services provided.
Gene expression analysis provides powerful and precised tools for a better understanding of biological phenomena. It is notably used to investigate molecular mechanisms of action, pathophysiological phenomena...
Our services address a wide range of research objectives:
- Quantification of gene expression and gene transcript levels.
- Analysis of molecular mechanisms of action.
- Biochip quality control and validation.
GenoScreen - Services provided
GenoScreen supports your R&D groups to analyze gene expression in detail, whatever your research objective is.
Our teams use real-time quantitative PCR techniques to analyze gene expression:
- The absolute quantification which allows to measure of gene expression in uncharacterized samples by comparison with a standard range (i.e. a calibration curve).
- The relative quantification which allows to compare gene expression levels in two different samples.
Our gene expression analysis services are based either on a pre-formatted or a custom TaqMan® design running on an ABI 7900HT system and starting from DNA or (after reverse transcription into cDNA) RNA.
- Comprehensive assistance from extraction to final quantification
- Significant specialization in gene expression in microbes and bacteria
- Last-generation technical facilities
Expertise. Reliability. Precision.
Boost your research with genomics.
Exome sequencing allows targeting the genome coding regions. GenoScreen offers Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) services through the NimbleGen SeqCap EZ System (Roche).
Thursday 14 March 2019
World TB Day: GenoScreen participates to the International Tuberculosis Conference in Brussels!
On March 21st, GenoScreen will participate in the "International Conference on Tuberculosis" in Brussels.
Monday 28 January 2019
GenoScreen finalizes a €1 million fundraising campaign to continue its international expansion
GenoScreen announced today that it has completed a €1 million fundraising campaign with private investors. Pioneer company since 2001 in sequencing, genotyping and bioinformatics, GenoScreen provides innovative services and solutions in genomics to address the needs of academic and industrial...
Tuesday 22 January 2019
Sign up for our command line trainings at NGS data analysis from March 19th to 26rd, 2019. Training schedule
From 13 to 16 April 2019
29th ECCMID, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Meet us at the 29th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from 13 - 16 April 2019. For more details
On 9 and 10 April 2019
1st POLEPHARMA Microbiomics Days, Rouen, FRANCE
Meet us at the 1st POLEPHARMA Microbiomics Days, on 9 and 10 April 2019 at the Health UFR of the University of Rouen. For more details (in french)
From 26 to 28 march 2019
ContaminExpo, Paris, FRANCE
Meet us at ContaminExpo, in Paris Porte de Versaille, FRANCE, from 26 to 28 march 2019. For more details (in French)