High Definition Whole Genome Mapping
Genomic variation is important across eight orders of magnitude, from SNPs to aneuploidies. Unfortunately, much of this variation is difficult or even impossible to capture using next-generation sequencing or optical-based whole genome mapping.
Nabsys uses solid-state nanodectors to build whole genome maps with sub-diffraction-limit resolution that are truly high definition.
These maps offer compelling advantages for the analysis of structural variation, the assembly of genomes, and as a way of confirming putative variants called using other technologies.