Electronic Genome Mapping
Setting a new standard in structural variant analysis
Nabsys, the pioneer of electronic genome mapping (EGM), uses solid-state nanodetectors to survey long DNA molecules to construct high-density maps with long-range information to detect structural variants (SVs). Unlike other DNA mapping technologies that rely on the use of expensive optical imaging or fluorescent labels whose resolution is inherently limited by light diffraction, EGM identifies tags in close proximity thereby producing superior resolution. This high-density information makes it possible to identify both balanced and unbalanced SVs as small as 300 bp, in addition to larger chromosomal aberrations and genetic variation missed by NGS. EGM involves simple, intuitive workflows eliminating the need for cytogenetics technical expertise, while delivering on the promise of easy-to-use, accurate, low cost, whole-genome SV analysis.