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Metagenomic Sequencing Panel

 Detection of Bacterial Pathogen and Microbe Classification


Celemics' Metagenomic Sequencing panel allows for the
characterization and differentiation of a myriad of
microbial species. 

The 16S V4 (or V3-V4) region of bacteria and archaea and 18S ITS1 (or ITS1-ITS2) region
of fungi are amplified by PCR, and has indices and adapters attached after
clean-up using CeleMag Beads for NGS and BI analysis.
Various analysis reports are provided through Celemics' robust analysis pipeline
according to the customer's study purposes.
  Please contact us for further information

Features &

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    Flexible panel design
    Sequencing of V3 or V3-V4 region can be available for bacteria
    Sequencing of ITS1 or ITS1-ITS2 region can be available for fungi
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    Support BI analysis for classification and diversity
    Various types of results provide a comprehensive insight into sample microbes


NGS-based metagenomic analysis workflow


By Celemics’ BI analysis pipeline, various types of analysis for the microbes are supported including taxonomy classification and diversity.

  • 16S rRNA sequencing for bacteria

  • 18S ITS sequencing for fungi

  • Celemics Metagenomic Sequencing Panel enables both V3 and V3-V4 sequencing for bacteria. Customers can choose the appropriate service based on their specific research needs.
  • As with the 16S sequencing service, the 18S ITS sequencing service provides two different options: ITS1 and ITS1-ITS2.


Example of metagenomic sequencing analysis report

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Results presented above are a few selected examples of the metagenomics sequencing results that Celemics provides. Contact us for more information.


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    Bacterial Pathogen Detection

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    Microbe Classification