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Otogenetics Corporation ......................... 827
Tel: 855-686-4363/855-686-4363
Email:
Otogenetics Corporation based in suburb of
Atlanta, GA specializes in offering high coverage
sequencing for panels of disease genes or
pathway-focused genes (e.g., whole exome of
various species, deafness genes, cancer genes,
cardiomyopathy genes, etc.) and apply NGS for
RNA-Seq and profiling of epigenetic modifications
of genomic DNA.
Oxford Gene Technology.......................... 302
Tel: 44 (0)1865 856800
Email:
URL:
OGTs CytoSure range of aCGH products provides
the complete array solution for constitutional
and cancer cytogenetics: from high resolution
oligonucleotide arrays, including the ISCA designs
and the new cancer +SNP combination array using
OGTs proprietary SNP chemistry, to optimized
labeling kits and cytogenetically focused analysis and
interpretation software.
Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd ........ 418
Tel: 44 845 034 7900
Email:
URL:
Oxford Nanopore Technologies is developing the
electronic devices GridION and MinION for the direct
analysis of single molecules including DNA, RNA/
miRNA and proteins. Please visit exhibition booth to
find out more.
Oxford University Press.......................... 1200
Tel: 800-451-7556
Email:
URL:
Oxford University Press publishes some of the most
respected genetics books and journals in the world,
including
Human Molecular Genetics
.
Our booth will
feature
Common Malformations
,
by Lewis Holmes
and
Achieving Justice in Genomic Translation
,
edited
by Burke, et al., and the rest of Oxford’s leading
books in genetics.
NXT-Dx ..................................................... 1025
Tel: 32 92650252
Email: maarten.braspenning@nxt-dx.com
URL:
NXT-Dx is a privately owned epigenetics company,
providing methylation and small RNA analysis
services to epigenetics researchers worldwide.
Our services include MBD-based genome-wide
DNA methylation sequencing, bisulfite sequencing,
miRNA and/or lncRNA expression profiling and RNA
sequencing. We offer full-scope service from sample
shipment, pre-processing, sequencing/RT-QPCR,
bio-informatics to results visualization.
Office of Rare Diseases Research (NIH).....326
Tel: 301-402-4336/888-205-2311
Email:
URL:
The Office of Rare Diseases Research (ORDR)
supports and coordinates rare disease research,
responds to research opportunities and provides
information on rare diseases. ORDR serves the needs
of patients who have any one of the thousands of rare
diseases known today. ORDR coordinates and fosters
relationships with patient advocacy groups to academic
institutions as well as other NIH Institutes and Centers.
Omixon Biocomputing.................................205
Tel: 36 705748001
Email:
,
URL:
Omixon provides software for next-generation
sequencing data analysis with its flagship product
Omixon Target. Omixon Target was designed with
the vision of assisting diagnostics laboratories to
adapt NGS technologies. The underlying mapping,
alignment and variant calling algorithms are intended
to meet the high precision and analysis quality control
requirements of diagnostics labs.
OpGen, Inc............................................... 1124
Tel: 301-869-9683
Email:
URL:
OpGen, Inc. provides whole genome analysis
systems and services for sequence assembly, strain
typing and comparative genomics applications.
Genomics research and public health labs use
OpGen’s technology to produce high-resolution,
ordered, restriction maps from single DNA molecules
that provide a comprehensive view of genomic
architecture. Learn more at