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Target Capture Sequencing

Phronetik leads in precision genomics with specialized Target Capture Sequencing services. Our offerings, including Human Whole Exome Sequencing, Target Region Sequencing, and Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing, provide detailed genetic analysis for research, clinical studies, and personalized medicine.

HUMAN WHOLE EXOME
SEQUENCING

Our Human Whole Exome Sequencing captures and sequences all human genome exons, essential for studying genetic disorders and variations linked to diseases, drug responses, and complex traits. It focuses on the 1% of the genome containing 85% of disease-related variants.

TARGET REGION
SEQUENCING

Target Region Sequencing analyzes specific genomic regions or gene sets, ideal for focused studies on genetic markers and variants. Our advanced methods ensure high specificity and depth of coverage, accelerating research with rapid insights and actionable findings.

CLINICAL WHOLE EXOME
SEQUENCING

Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing diagnoses and manages genetic disorders by identifying causal variants, offering comprehensive coverage of coding regions to support precision medicine based on a patient's genetic makeup.

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Key Advantages of our Target Capture Sequencing Services

01

High Sensitivity and Specificity:

Our cutting-edge target capture techniques ensure high sensitivity and specificity, allowing for the detection of even low-frequency variants.

03

Clinical-grade Insights

Our Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing provides actionable insights that adhere to the highest standards of clinical research, supporting patient care and therapeutic development.

02

Customization

We offer customizable panel options for Target Region Sequencing, enabling clients to tailor their research focus according to specific genes or regions of interest.

04

Expert Support

Phronetik offers comprehensive support from sample preparation to data analysis and interpretation, backed by a team of experts in genomics and clinical research.

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