Stool - Buccal swab -Tears - Saliva - Environmental
Human & Veterinaries species
Fast, precise, cost effective
Microbiome testing NGS technology data available in less than 3 week
Labospace service team has tremendously simplified and increased the sequencing depth for 16S rRNA gene sequencing, by amplifying and sequencing seven hypervariable regions (V2, V3, V4, V6, V7, V8 and V9). We are equipped with the Ion Torrent™ PGene Studi S5 platform (ThermoFisher Scientific). One of the most commonly used and standardized platforms for metagenomics analysis of different microbiota.
Why our Microbiome test is different?
We do the test directly on DNA extracted from biological samples such as stool, , saliva, skin and swabs (vaginal, buccal, rectal, cutaneous or environmental).
Labospace metagenomic analysis allows qualitative and quantitative assessment of the bacteria (family, genus and species) present in the various anatomic districts in various health and / or pathological conditions.
Raw data can be provided:
1. As FASTQ or uBAM file
2. Analyzed with Ion Reporter™ software using MicroSEQ™ ID and Greengenes as reference databases
3. Analyzed with custom software that uses the RDP (Ribosomal Database Project) database
We can provide a data template report customized to meet specific research requirements, the base is supported by the raw data file generated and the preliminary analysis made through Ion Reporter™.
Let us Know how we can help you
Consultation -Offered at no charge by our experts, it is essential to have an initial exchange regarding the sample type and general aims of the project. In order to effectively define and set clear objectives and outcomes.
Sample Collection and shipment – We will provide instructions on how to handle, process, and ship the sample, and specify the sample requirements (based on sample type). Collection kits are available for a prompt delivery. Collection kits are available for a prompt delivery.
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For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Get your detailed bacteria map and full data
Our base reporting software enables the identification, at the genus or species level, of microbes present in complex polybacterial samples, and uses both the premium curated MicroSEQ™ ID 16S rRNA reference database and the curated Greengenes database.
We also provides primer information, classification information, percent ID, and mapping information. With easy-to-use interactive Krona chart displays, you can interpret population diversity for your research at any taxonomic level.