Applied Omics specializes in delivering integrated solutions for life science projects.
Our vision is real reconstruction of genomic factors responsible for phenotypic differences.
Our mission is to help researchers to meet their scientific goals in the most effective way.
The main role of Applied Omics is to support researchers achieving their scientific goals.
Main idea of this support is helping in planning of experiments for the project, coordinating activities between Researchers and Sequencing Service providers as well as in providing professional bioinformatics analysis service – this ‘Triangle’ of cooperation leads to the full success of the scientific project.
For the scientific research project, the most important is the researcher’s idea. Realization of the most complicated tasks in the project, especially these requiring new technologies, can be outsourced to specialized service providers. Finally to facilitate and fasten the project accomplishment, bioinformatic analysis can be commissioned to professional bioinformatics companies.
Applied Omics was founded by Rafał K. Wóycicki as a result of over 20 years of experience in different fields of Biotechnology and with over 10 years of experience in Bioinformatics with the use of new sequencing technologies (NGS). Our specialists have several years of postdoctoral experience at international Universities (Canada, Poland, Switzerland, USA) as well as working at genomics divisions of international companies.
We have experience in the wide range of genomics and transcriptomics methods on the wide range of models from prokaryotic bacterias through simple and higher eukaryotic organisms like plants and animals to cancer cell lines and human tissues affected by diseases.
Our experience includes but is not limited to:
- de-novo genome assembly using variety of NGS technologies
- analysis of data after NGS and microarrays
- variants calling
- genome resequencing
- transcriptome assembly
- expression profiling of RNAs
- epigenetic marks profiling
- structural and functional annotation of genes
- comparative genomics focusing also on structural differences between genomes
- metabolic pathways analysis
- TFBS analysis
- Repeat sequences analysis
- Single cell genomics