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Services provided

The platform offers expression-, genomics- and epigenetics-profiling services, from quality check of starting material up to data analysis. For each application, a dedicated data sheet below describes the services provided by the platform and gives advices regarding sample preparation. The platform also organizes numerous trainings on deep sequencing technology and bioinformatics.

Library preparation protocols

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Sequencing

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Suggested sequencing features

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Product sheets

Sequencing services

ChIP-seq ( Icon english (415.3 KB)  or  Icon french (481.3 KB) )

RNA-seq ( Icon english (471.8 KB)  or Icon french (488.6 KB) )

Single cell RNA-seq ( Icon english (1.2 MB) or Icon french (1.1 MB) )

Small RNA-seq ( Icon english (364.8 KB)  or  Icon french (415.3 KB) )

DNA-seq ( Icon english (363.0 KB)  or  Icon french (423.4 KB) )

Sequencing your own libraries ( Icon english (396.8 KB)  or  Icon french (497.5 KB) )

Access to Fluidigm system

Q-PCR analysis on total RNA ( Icon english (431.8 KB)  or Icon french (436.2 KB) )

Shipping samples to GenomEast

  • Make sure to enclose your unique project  ID in your shipment (Sxxxx or Fxxxx). Samples must not be sent before project validation by the Platform.
  • Samples must be registered in our interface before sending.
  • Please refer to our product sheets for volume and concentration requirements.
  • For sequencing project, please preferably label your tubes using the unique sample ID generated by our LIMS. Alternatively, you may use the same sample names registered in our interface.
  • We recommend using 1.5 ml Eppendorf tubes for sample submission.
  • For ready-to-load libraries as well as for low concentrated samples such as ChIP-seq samples, use « Low-bind » tubes.
  • When sending frozen cell pellet, please schedule the shipment in advance with the platform so that the cells are frozen at -80 ° C as soon as they arrive on the platform.
  • For Q-PCR projects, large set of samples, primers or taqman probes may be sent using 96-well plates, the plans for which must be sent to the platform in Excel format by e-mail.
  • Dry ice is the recommended way to ship all samples and libraries except gDNA samples which must be sent with 4°C wet ice packs (blue ice).
  • Ideally, next-day delivery services are preferred for most sample types. Favor sending samples from Monday to Wednesday so that the delivery date does not fall on a weekend.

 

All shipments should be sent to:

PLATEFORME GENOMEAST

IGBMC

1 rue Laurent Fries

67404 Illkirch Cedex

 

In case of any queries, please contact us:

Email: genomeast@igbmc.fr or Phone: (33) 3 88 65 33 45

 

Trainings

Our platform is involved in several school programs and bioinformatics trainings on a regular basis.

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2020

« Introduction to RNA-seq and ChIP-seq data analysis », INSERM training

« ChIP-seq workshop », 9th bioinformatics school AVIESAN-IFB, Roscoff

« Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

« Analysis and interpretation of transcriptomic data », UE HT High Throughput Approaches, ESBS. 

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2019

« Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing data analysis », CNRS training

« Next generation sequencing », IUT of Colmar

« High throughput transcriptomic analysis: techniques, strategies and applications », University of Strasbourg

« RNA sequencing », ESBS

« Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing data analysis », IGBMC training

« Introduction to Ensembl and BioMart », « RNA sequencing » and « small RNA sequencing », IGBMC PhD Program

« Introduction to Galaxy » and « Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

« ChIP-seq workshop », 8th bioinformatics school AVIESAN-IFB, Roscoff

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2018

« Introduction to Galaxy », « Analyzing ChIP-seq data », « RNA sequencing » and « small RNA sequencing », IGBMC PhD Program

« Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2017

« Introduction to Galaxy », « Analyzing ChIP-seq data », « Introduction to Ensembl/BioMart », « RNA sequencing » and « small RNA sequencing », IGBMC PhD Program

« Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing data analysis », CNRS training

« Handling and QC of aligned NGS data », « QC and handling of raw NGS data » and « Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

European Galaxy Developer Workshop, ELIXIR-IFB event, Illkirch

« ChIP-seq workshop », 6th bioinformatics school AVIESAN-IFB, Roscoff

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2016

« Introduction to R software and language », « Introduction to Galaxy », « Analyzing ChIP-seq data » and « Introduction to Ensembl/BioMart », IGBMC PhD Program

« RNA-seq data analysis », MitoCross and NetRNA Labex, University of Strasbourg

« Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing data analysis », CNRS training

« Handling and QC of aligned NGS data », « QC and handling of raw NGS data » and « Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

« ChIP-seq data analysis », 5th bioinformatics school AVIESAN-IFB, Roscoff

« G4B : Galaxy4Bioinformatics », IFB event, Lyon

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2015

« Introduction to Next Generation Sequencing data analysis », CNRS training

« Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon.

« Deep sequencing technology and applications », Télécom Physique Strasbourg

« RNA and miRNA sequencing and data analysis », « Introduction to Galaxy », « Analyzing ChIP-seq data » and « Introduction to Ensembl/BioMart », IGBMC PhD program

« Galaxy 4 Bioinformaticians », workshop on Galaxy dedicated to bioinformaticians

«  How to use Galaxy to create a web interface for tools run on the command lines », JDEV 2015

« Introduction to Galaxy » , Nancy University

« ChIP-seq data analysis », 4th bioinformatics school AVIESAN-IFB, Roscoff

 

Practical and theoretical courses taught in 2014

« Introduction to next generation sequencing data analysis », CNRS training

« Handling and QC of aligned NGS data », « QC and handling of raw NGS data » and « Introduction to Ensembl/Biomart », DU Séquençage haut débit et maladies rares, University of Dijon. 

« Deep sequencing applications», Licence Pro Biotechnologies, IUT Colmar

« Deep sequencing technology and applications » and « DNAseq data analysis », Télécom Physique Strasbourg

« RNA and miRNA sequencing and comparison with microarray technology » and « Analysis of chIP-seq data using Galaxy », IGBMC PhD Program

« Genome Browser, introduction to Ensembl/BioMart », IGBMC workshop

« Introduction to R », IGBMC workshop

 

Last update on Fri 05 Feb 2021

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