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Phase Genomics Hi-C Kits

Put the Power of Hi-C In Your Hands with our Best-Selling Hi-C Kits

Meet the Team

Phase Genomics, the creator of the first commercially available Hi-C kits, continues to lead the way in Hi-C technology by offering a diverse product line with many unique benefits.

Pair with our Proximo™ genome scaffolding or ProxiMeta™ metagenome deconvolution platforms for highly accurate, affordable, rapid results.

  • Fast protocol. The protocol can be completed in 1.5 days, or 1 slightly long (10 hr) day if desirable
  • Produces sequencing-ready indexed library
  • No HMW DNA extraction
  • Standard lab equipment only. No sonication
  • Rapid analysis using Proximo and ProxiMeta platforms in the cloud
  • Economical sequencing requirements
  • Six month shelf life
  • Easy to use.  Dedicated customer support through the entire process
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

Application Specific Hi-C Kits

Human Hi-C Kit

  • 100-500µL of soft or hard tissue (~1 million cells or more)
  • Cancer, blood, brain, muscle, liver, and more
  • Cultured or sorted cells
  • Fresh or frozen samples
  • Ethanol-preserved or RNA-stabilized samples
  • Structural genomic variation
  • Epigenetics and genome architecture modeling


Plant Hi-C Kit

  • Starting input: 0.2g or more of leaf, seedling, or other herbaceous tissue
  • Polyploids and repeat-rich genomes
  • Field samples – no dark room or other special growing conditions
  • Samples infected with pathogens or symbionts
  • Tough cell walls
  • Fresh or frozen samples
  • Ethanol-preserved or RNA-stabilized samples


Animal Hi-C Kit

  • 100-500µL of soft or hard tissue (~1 million cells or more)
  • Blood, brain, muscle, liver, and more
  • Whole animals (e.g. insects, arthropods)
  • Sex chromosomes and micro-chromosomes
  • Samples infected with parasites or symbionts
  • Fresh or frozen samples
  • Ethanol-preserved or RNA-stabilized samples


Microbe/Microbiome Hi-C Kit

  • 50µL cell pellet, or equivalent raw sample
  • Soil, fecal, sputum, water, filtrates, plate scrapings, slime, sludge, or other microbe-rich sample types
  • Raw samples – no culturing required
  • Plasmids – can assign plasmids to hosts
  • Biofilms and viscous samples
  • Cellular abundances as low as 0.05% (1 in 2000 cells)
  • High, medium, or low diversity communities

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