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  • Genotypic announces $39 whole exomes - cost for Data analysis

    Special offer from Genotypic's GBDA (Genomic Big Data Analysis unit -
    Send us raw data from Proton, SOLiD, OR Illumina and we send back QC BAM file VCF and SNP data in a table format.
    One week turnaround time (48 samples) from raw data to VCF file with standard annotation to db SNP 1000 genomes and OMIM.
    Optional - CNV analysis, hybrid analysis with RNAseq, fusions fishing / confirmation, annotation using commercial databases like COSMIC, ANNOVAR and IPA
    With over 300 publications in NGS in the last 2 years, it is time to reanalyze your exome data and publish.
    Genotypic also provides full exome services starting from genomic DNA To VCF file at very competitive prices.
    To get application note / analyze your sample Email: [email protected]
    Last edited by GenoMax; 02-25-2016, 07:57 AM. Reason: Clarification of service being provided per post #3

  • #2
    That's not a "$39 whole exome", which would include sequencing.


    • #3
      Hi. $39 offer is only for data analysis. We can provide end to end solutions as well.


      • #4
        Sorry, this is spam.


        • #5
          It is posted in the vendor forum.


          • #6
            Amend the title or delete the post.
            The correct title should be:
            Genotypic announces $39 whole exomes data analysis


            • #7
              Dear All,

              This post is not spam. Genotypic is a 17 year old Genomics solutions provider based in Bangalore, India ( Since India being the informatics hub, we are able to provide bioinformatics solutions at very affordable prices. We have automated pipelines for Exome and can deliver 100s of variant files with annotations within a week's time. For details on model report and white paper of Exome, please drop in your details at [email protected]

              P.S: Apologies for the misleading title of this post!



              • #8
                Agreed with blancha. Changing the title, but leaving it.