The genome refers to the entire genetic information of an organism and is an essential basic data for genetic and breeding research.
In the case of a species without a reference genome, a new genome will be generated.
In the case of a species with a reference genome, variant calling and trait association studies are performed through genome resequencing.
De novo Genome Assembly
PHYZEN provides high-quality reference genome and annotated gene set through comprehensive analysis using various data such as long reads from 3rd generation sequencing, short reads with high accuracy, and Hi-C reads helping intrachromosomal scaffolding, and RNA-Seq data for evidence-based gene prediction.
PHYZEN also supports comparison of common genes with closely related species and comparative genomics at the chromosome level.
Whole Genome Resequencing
In the case of a species with a reference genome, variants such as SNP and InDel can be discovered through genome resequencing.
PHYZEN provides a wide range of analysis services such as GWAS (Genome Wide Association Study), QTL (Quantitative Trait Loci) analysis, sub-population structure analysis, high-density genetic map construction and molecular marker development.