Genetic Health

Decipher Disease
Mechanisms and Heritability
of Genetic Disorders

Have an exponential impact on genetic health by deciphering underlying genomic heterogeneity and heritability with our Chromium Solutions.

To truly understand disease mechanisms, heritability, and the development of therapies, we need access to more genomic information. Our Chromium Genome and Exome solutions use the power of Linked-Reads to construct long-range information from short-reads and provide access to more variants than any
other solution on the market today.


10x Advantages in Genetic Health

Genetic Health
1
Reliably Interrogate Unmappable Regions

Analyze more of the genome by accessing medically relevant regions that are unmappable with only short-reads, such as those located in NGS dead zones, for a more complete understanding of human health and disease.

2
Resolve Haplotypes for an Improved Understanding of Disease Inheritance

Identify changes that occur on maternal or paternal haplotypes and confidently call variants in cis or trans to better decipher the mechanisms underlying inherited disorders.

Genetic Health
3
Consolidate Multiple Assays into one Low-input Assay

Get access to more variants by detecting SNVs and CNVs, as well as balanced and complex structural variants, in a single, comprehensive assay that requires only 1 ng of DNA input.

4
Complete Solutions, from Sample Prep to Analysis

A simplified and fully automatable workflow, along with cutting-edge and intuitive software, gives you the tools to effortlessly and rapidly find answers to your complex biological questions.

Scientific Seminars

Automation Compatible Linked-Read Analysis of Dried Blood Spots

 
  • Madhuri Hegde, Ph.D.
PerkinElmer
December 07, 2017
ASHG 2017 Orlando, FL

Resolving Short Reads and Distinguishing Variants in PMS2

 
  • Charlly Kao
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
October 21, 2016
ASHG Annual Meeting – Vancouver, BC

Universal Approach for Noninvasive Prenatal Testing of Single Gene Diseases

 
  • Winnie Hui
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
February 13, 2017
AGBT Annual Meeting – Hollywood, FL

Blog Posts

We’re here to help.