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Neogen & Gencove bring whole genome sequencing to cattle breeders


Developer and marketer of food and animal safety products, Neogen Corporation, and genome sequencing analysis software company, Gencove, will launch a solution for whole genome sequencing and SNP analysis that is targeted. The product, InfiniSEEK, is intended to help cattle breeders sequence herds in a cost-effective way. 

"Neogen offers innovative, high quality, value-added genomic technologies to the agrigenomics industry," said Dr. Jason Lilly, vice president of international business at Neogen. "With the launch of InfiniSEEK, our customers now have a data-rich, cost-efficient way to get genome-wide sequence data, specific genetic traits, and parentage markers simultaneously with excellent accuracy to characterize cattle across the world. We are excited to add this new solution to Neogen's portfolio."

The technology is able to decode DNA at shallow depth using the proprietary ability of Gencove’s software as a service (SaaS). The “low pass” sequencing of the cattle’s whole-genome analyses the DNA and genotypes based on the user’s interest. 

"Gencove developed a process that simultaneously yields low-pass whole genome sequencing and high coverage genotyping at pre-selected loci in a single molecular reaction," said Dr. Joseph Pickrell, co-founder and chief executive officer of Gencove. "InfiniSEEK is Neogen's first commercial product built on the Gencove software and analysis platform, and we are thrilled it will be deployed through Neogen's best in class genomics offering services.”

InfiniSEEK’s low pass sequencing has been tested at 99% comparable to deep sequencing. The technology is designed to allow the user to evaluate more than 400 diseases and genetic traits in bovines.


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