Comparative genomic analysis

Comparative genomic analysis involves the alignment of examined nucleotide or amino acid sequences with known, annotated sequences of other organisms in order to determine their level of affinity. The analysis enables us to determine the level of similarity between the species of different or the same organisms, allowing for the identification and annotation of biological fragments with formerly unknown functions and structures. The comparative analysis of several genomes lets us create an evolutionary tree (phylogenetic analysis) that displays the evolution of examined living organisms.

Our offer includes comparative genomic analysis of two or more examined genomes. The result is presented in the form of a report involving statistical data of sequence alignment with their descriptions and interpretation. Additionally, we offer the possibility of performing phylogenetic analysis of examined sequences in order to generate the evolutionary tree.