DNA sequencing & gene analysis are essential for understanding the complexity of organisms, from single cells to whole plants and animals. It enables us to identify genetic mutations, diagnose diseases, reveal ancestry, and develop treatments for infectious diseases.

Synbio Technologies provides reliable DNA sequencing services to scientific researchers and industrial customers around the world. We are qualified and experienced with Sanger DNA Sequencing for normal biosynthesis and cloning projects. We also offer next generation sequencing (NGS) for transcriptome and genome analysis. Synbio Technologies is certified with the highest manufacturing standards (ISO9001 & ISO13485). Our well-equipped and experienced technical staff guarantees you fast and reliable gene sequencing and analysis services.

Synbio Technologies is the right choice for DNA sequencing & gene analysis due to our commitment to providing industry-leading services that are accurate and cost-effective. Our team of experienced professionals utilizes up-to-date technologies and software tools to ensure highly reliable results that are tailored to each customer’s needs.

Advanced sequencer, tidy FIG peaks, and sequential reading lengths could reach 800bp

Data uniqueness and full control over your own documents

Gold standard platforms including Sanger sequencing & NGS

Technical support with robust sequencing & analysis experience

Case study

shRNA Structure Sequencing

shRNA design is typically divided into two formats: the simple stem-loop shRNA and the microRNA-adapted shRNA (Fig.1). Due to the hairpin structure, shRNA is difficult to sequence in gene synthesis. Universal sequencing protocols can hardly work, especially for the second structure’s sequence (Fig.2). However, Synbio Technologies has developed and enhanced the protocol, and obtained high quality sequencing results (Fig.3). With upgraded process and long-standing expertise, Synbio Technologies is always exceptionally good at dealing with difficult structures such as hairpin structure, poly structure, etc..

Fig.1 Centroid secondary structure

Conventional Protocol result

Fig.2 No correct sequencing results for the shRNA template

Synbio Technologies’ protocol result

Fig.3 Perfect results from Synbio upgraded sequencing program