We use cookies on our website. Some of them are essential, while others help us to improve this site and your experience. By clicking "Accept all", you agree to saving these cookies on your device. You can revoke or adjust your selection at any time.


Sequencing technologies are frequently used in academic research, but also found their way into biomedical research and industry. No matter if you aim to finish a study for publication or need a high throughput method developed, we have long standing experience in building and testing bioinformatics solutions for a variety of possible applications.
Multi-omics integration

We are experienced in integrating multiple datasets derived from genomic, transcriptomic and epigenomic approaches to study biological processes in a concerted manner.

Data exploration

We extract biologically relevant information from your data set(s) which cannot be seen on the first glimpse. Explore hidden patterns, correlations or networks.

Publication-ready figures

Tailored output to show what really is important. We provide publication-ready figures and graphs which are most suitable to highlight your findings.

Downstream analyses

Initial data processing is often only the beginning. We dig deeper and perform a multitude of downstream analyses, depending on what is necessary to answer your specific research question(s).

Process Automation

We build fully automated bioinformatic workflows which can be used by teams of any background.

Workflow development

We are experienced in prototyping and testing of bioinformatic workflows and their implementation into current pipelines.

Quality control & assurance

We help you integrate bioinformatic workflows into your manufacturing processes to streamline quality control and assurance.

Research & development

Utilise the full power of bioinformatics to drive your research and development with our tailored analysis solutions.

Custom applications

From basic biomedical research to pre-clinical assessments we can help you with analysis of any NGS based approaches.


Next-generation sequencing is replacing traditional technologies for diagnosis of diseases by analysing large sets of genes in a single test.

Target identification

Advanced bioinformatics for identification of novel targets from your sequencing data.

Biomarker discovery

Identification of genomic biomarkers with state-of-the-art bioinformatic methods.