"The Phase Genomics team were definitely personally interested in our research. It wasn’t just a payment for service thing. They were genuinely interested in our results. It’s fun to work with people who are interested in the results."
– Dr. Catherine Peichel, Head of the Division of Evolutionary Ecology, University of Bern, Switzerland
SHORTEN THE PATH TO COMPLETE GENOMES
Built for scale and speed, our Proximo Hi-C genome scaffolding and ProxiMeta Hi-C metagenome deconvolution platforms enable you to get unparalleled results quickly. Most service projects are complete in under 30 days, and our rapid Hi-C kit plus powerful cloud-based software let you get results in your own lab almost as fast as you can sequence them.
ANALYZE YOUR DNA IN CONTEXT
Because our advanced Hi-C protocol captures proximity information in vivo, your genomic information retains biological and temporal context, allowing you to assess DNA associations within the intact cell. This structural information is a powerful new complement to other sequence-based genomic tools, enabling you to make new discoveries difficult to achieve any other way.
Phase genomics saves you time, effort, and money
We've spent years developing the most advanced Hi-C protocol and bioinformatics software available, giving you access to proven, robust, efficient methods for less money. Notoriously tricky in the lab, we've made Hi-C simple, easy, and fast to perform. From researchers who want chromosome-scale genomes on limited budgets to corporations performing genomic analyses at scale, we make it easier and cheaper than ever to obtain powerful genomic data.
PHASE GENOMICS WORKS WITH RAW TISSUE SAMPLES
Our patent-pending protocol requires no reference genome and works on any raw sample containing intact cells, including field samples. This process eliminates the need to extract high-molecular-weight DNA, and requires no culturing or other special sample preparation procedures. Our method is robust to small sample inputs with flexible requirements, and works on a variety of organisms, tissue types, and raw microbiome samples.