Genomics

What is Genomics?

Genomics is a fast-expanding branch of life sciences dedicated to the study of defining genomes, or the complete set of DNA sequences, in a more specific way. Over the last two decades, genomics undergone major developments because of recent advances in gene sequencing and screening technologies. As a consequence, experts in genomics can perform genetic mapping to improve people health and understand better diseases.

HORIBA offers a large choice of innovative technologies such as Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging, Raman Spectroscopy, Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Ellipsometry to support a wide range of genomics applications.

Browse Applications

Characterization of DNA sensor pads using UVISEL Spectroscopic phase modulated Ellipsometer
Monitoring of interactions between aptamers and human IgE by Surface Plasmon Resonance imaging
Raman Analysis of Sperm Nuclear DNA Integrity
Raman Spectroscopy was evaluated as a non-invasive method of analysis of sperm DNA and the influence of UV irradiation on the sperm. The results show that Raman Spectroscopy, combined with multivariate analysis provide the reproducible and accurate information on DNA of sperm and the effect and location of damage.
Rapid couplig of SPRi and proteinchip
Spectroscopic Ellipsometric measurements on biochip structures in a liquid flow cell environment