Secondary and tertiary analysis of genomic data is pivotal for a clearer understanding of how an organism can utilize it's genome. With secondary analysis, we can perform sample genome reconstruction. Depending on the source of genomic data and the nature of the analysis, two methods can be applied: read alignment and contig assembly.
Upon sample genome reconstruction, a selection of filtering tools can be applied to increase the quality of the reconstructed sample genome. Further steps may include calling and annotating variants and finally tertiary analysis; analyzing the affects that the called variants may have on the organism.
Using in-house computational resources or your own, we can help you build and run custom tailored analysis pipelines, and analyze the quality of your data and the affects it might have on your sample organism. Some of the secondary analysis pipelines that we support here at BeoGenomics are:
1. WGS (Whole Genome Sequencing)
2. WES (Whole Exome Sequencing)
3. TS (Targetted Resequencing)
4. Somatic Calling
5. CNV and SV Calling
6. RNAseq Transcript Quantitation
7. RNAseq Differential Expression
Additionally, at BeoGenomics we also support:
1. Clinical and diagnostic annotations of variants
2. SNP Genotype analysis
3. Imputation of missing SNP genotypes
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