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Who we are

The Genomics Platform of the University of Geneva provides consulting and access to the state-of-the-art methods in genomic technologies.

These technologies enable whole genomes, exomes, transcriptomes as well as more targeted sequencing. SNP analysis (Genome-Wide Association Studies and cytogenetics), DNA copy number profiling and DNA methylation is also proposed.


Services

The Genomics Platform offers a complete solution from advice on experimental design to data analysis.

  • Experimental design: recommendations about samples preparation, replicates number, internal controls are given. Guidelines for the selection of the relevant technology depending on the project are provided.
  • Experiment: samples processing is performed either by the user under full supervision of the platform staff or by the platform staff itself.
  • Data analysis: depending on the application, standardized or more specific analysis pipelines are applied. Data processing tools are developed by the bioinformatics staff and proposed to users. Tools for data visualization, biological interpretation, pathway and Gene Ontology are also proposed.

Contact

Potential users are encouraged to contact Mylene Docquier to discuss about their project.


Acknowledgments

Once you are ready to publish your results, please use the text below for acknowledgment:

Experiments (to be listed by authors) were performed at the iGE3 genomics platform of the University of Geneva (http://www.ige3.unige.ch/genomics-platform.php).



Presentation of the Genomics Platform

This video was produced in March 2011. The Genomics Platform is directed by
Dr Mylène Docquier since August 2011.

Frontiers in Genetics & UNIGE (YouTube, 5’35’’)

News

Half-day meeting
September 14, 2017

Posted on September 11, 2017

Thermo Fisher Scientific organises a half-day meeting that will provide information about: how to optimise gene expression profiling workflow, the last qPCR development, complementarity of RNA-seq vs microarrays. Registration is required.
> See the flyer

Open doors – March 31, 2017

Posted on March 24, 2017

To celebrate the move of the Platform to the CMU building A, 6th floor, and show you our new space in laboratories A06.2705, 6, 7 & 2906, we would like to invite you for a drink on Friday, March 31, from 2 to 5 pm.

The HiSeq 4000 is running!

Posted on March 14, 2017

Due to the patterned flow cell technology, this new Illumina sequencer offers a deeper coverage (30% reads more per lane) and allows a higher sequencing speed for a lower cost.
> Details

The Platform has moved to CMU6!

Posted on March 10, 2017

Come and visit us in our new space (laboratories A06.2705, 6, 7 & 2906, 8).

MetaCore training
February 6, 2017

Posted on January 13, 2017

The 6th of February 2017, the Platform hosts a training for the use of MetaCore, an integrated software suite for functional / pathway analysis after RNA-seq / microarray experiments. Registration is required.

NanoString nSolver training
December 6, 2016

Posted on November 22, 2016

The 6th of December 2016, the Platform hosts a training for the use of the new nSolver tool developed by NanoString for advanced NanoString data analysis, statistics, data visualisation and pathway analysis. Registration is required.
> See the flyer



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