Azenta Life Sciences has chosen Oxford, UK, a key European life sciences hub, as the situation for its subsequent GENEWIZ Multiomics and Synthesis Options website. The location will characteristic a brand new state-of-the-art genomics lab scheduled to open in early 2024.
Drawing upon the skilled group from the previous Oxford Genomics Centre (OGC), a trusted companion serving top-tier tutorial establishments, pharmaceutical and biotech corporations for over 20 years, the brand new Oxford Genomics Lab will present quick and dependable genomics companies from GENEWIZ to assist a variety of undertaking wants from its prospects.
Outfitted with the newest next-generation sequencing (NGS) know-how, the brand new lab might be headed by Dr. David Buck, the previous head of the OGC, an internationally recognised knowledgeable in high-throughput genomics.
We’re excited to announce our new genomic companies facility to the UK scientific neighborhood. The OGC group members are excited to be transitioning to the brand new Oxford Genomics Lab, offering NGS companies continuity to the Oxford scientific neighborhood.”
Dr. David Buck, Former Head, OGC
The NGS companies offered by the Oxford Genomics Lab at opening will embrace RNA/DNA extraction, library preparation, sequencing, and bioinformatics evaluation backed by skilled Ph.D.-level examine managers, from undertaking design by way of to supply. The brand new laboratory will make the most of the massive community of GENEWIZ assortment containers, which provides handy courier pick-up to simplify the pattern submission course of. As well as, we are going to supply from the native assortment containers in Oxford and Cambridge, free-of-charge dry ice pattern assortment and transport. The brand new lab is anticipated to start full operations in March 2024.
GENEWIZ from Azenta is supplied with the newest, cutting-edge NGS platforms globally to allow service customers to remain on the forefront of scientific innovation. A few of these platforms embrace Illumina NovaSeqTM X Plus, PacBio Revio, Oxford Nanopore Applied sciences GridION, 10x Genomics Chromium X, Nanostring GeoMx®, nCounter®, and Olink® Protein Biomarker Detection.