The Other Custom Library for High-Throughput Sequencer

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High-throughput sequencer, also known as next-generation sequencing (NGS), has revolutionized genomic research. In recent years, NGS technology has steadily improved, with costs dropping, providing researchers a wide rang of applications.

In addition to the unique libraries based on our original technologies, DNAFORM also provides flexible library preparation service.


DNAFORM constructs a library for genome sequence according to the applications.

  • Whole genome sequence
    A library for optimized for whole-genome sequencing. Genome-wide variation analysis is one of its major applications.

  • De-novo sequence
    De novo genome sequencing is used to sequence uncharacterized genomes where there is no reference sequence available, or known genomes where significant structural variation is expected.

  • Target resequencing
    Targeted resequencing involves isolation of genomic regions of interest in a sample library, that typically investigate a few (or few dozen) genes to detect germline and somatic variants across large populations.


Combining chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) with massively parallel DNA sequencing, ChIP-Seq allows genome-wide identification of the DNA-associated protein binding sites, It is the effective technique to investigate genomic region involved in gene regulation or chromatin organization.


  • Directional RNA-Seq

  • Non-directional RNA-Seq
    RNA-Seq is utilized for quantitative investigation of transcripts and their structure. Non-directional provides information on sequence data of a novel transcript, as well as novel splice variant. Moreover, non-direct RNA-Seq allows detection of anti-sense RNAs that was not available by the directional RNA-Seq.

Small RNA-Seq

Small RNA-Seq is utilized for the discovery and profiling of microRNAs and other non-coding RNA on any organism.