Genetic Evolutionary

Introduction

Genetic evolutionary analysis is based on high-throughput sequencing to obtain gene information in the population. Phylogenetic analysis is carried out through genetic variation within the population to reveal the evolutionary relationship and development history between species or populations, to solve the problems of taxonomic status, differentiation time and geographical origin, and to study the variation law of hereditary traits among successive generations of biological populations.

Data analysis Pipeline


Advantages and Application Areas

Highly experienced: We have completed major resequencing projects about GWAS, and our data has been published in top-tier journals.

Largest sequencing capacity: We have Illumina, PacBio and Nanopore sequencing capacities in the world, allowing us to provide high quality data, fast turnaround, and affordable prices.

Biomarker Successful Cases

[1] Subgenome parallel selection is associated with morphotype diversification and convergent 

crop domestication in Brassica rapa and Brassica oleracea[J]. Nature Genetics,2016,IF=27.125.

[2] Chinese Root-type Mustard Provides Phylogenomic Insights into the Evolution of the Multi-

use Diversified Allopolyploid Brassica juncea[J].Molecular Plant2017IF=9.326.

[3] A genomic variation map provides insights into the genetic basis of spring Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa ssp. pekinensis) selection[J].Molecular Plant2018IF=9.326.  

[4] The Chinese giant salamander exemplifies the hidden extinction of cryptic species[J].Current Biology,2018IF=9。251。

[5] Domestication footprints anchor genomic regions of agronomic importance in soybeans[J].

New Phytologist2015IF=7.433.

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