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Genomics Tools, Solutions and Resources

Genomics, or the study of human genes and chromosomes, enables scientists to learn more about a patient's molecular biology. This field of science has enormous potential to reshape drug discovery and development by leading the drive to personalized medicine. Whether you are working on advancing gene therapies or personalized medicine or using genomics tools and technologies for next-generation sequencing and genome editing, Avantor® offers a wide range of genomic tools and solutions to pave the way for your scientific goals to be met.

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Everything you need for Quantitative Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) – a technique that monitors the enzymatic amplification of a targeted sequence of DNA.


A variety of products for mutagenesis, restriction cloning, synthetic biology, CRISPR/Cas9 and more.


A wide selection of next generation sequencing (NGS) products that help researchers sequence millions of DNA molecules simultaneously.

Nucleic Acid Purification and Measurement


DNA samples are purified by lysating (bursting or cutting) a cell or cell structure from desired samples using lab procedures to isolate the nucleic acids from its contaminants. Purifying DNA samples from contaminants also extends their shelf-life and reduces the probability of error when it comes to research results.

Avantor can help you source high-quality nucleic acid purification systems that are simple to operate and generate rapid results. Here are some choices below.


Sequencing in Genomic Life Sciences

Electrophoresis and Detection

DNA/RNA Modification, Cloning & Delivery

Genomic Life Sciences: An Overview

Human genetics has many applications in medicine, biotechnology, anthropology and other social sciences.

Mapping a human genome (the complete set of genes or genetic material present in a cell or organism) is time-consuming and produces a terabyte (TB) of unorganized data.

As technology advances and that data becomes easier to store and comprehend, more healthcare providers will use it to diagnose and treat patients advancing personalized medicine.

Genomic life sciences uses a combination of DNA sequencing methods and bioinformatics to sequence, assemble and analyze the structure and function of genomes.

Genomics in the Lab

Genomic life sciences utilize modern DNA technology to analyze the structure and function of a complete set of DNA within an organism.

This requires a variety of tools and techniques to be used in the lab:

  • Electrophoresis and purification systems to isolate DNA templates. ·
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and sequencing to determine the sequence and map of the DNA base code. ·
  • Microarrays and genotyping to determine the similarity and differences between sequences, mass spectrometry for analysis of oligonucleotides (short DNA or RNA molecules). ·
  • Next- generation sequencers to analyze whole genomes.

Most scientific laboratories will use some kind of genomic tool in their research, clinical or forensic applications.

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