Transcriptome Sequencing

KKLIU 0685 / EXP 31.12.2026

The transcriptome is the complete set of transcripts in a cell or a population of cells, and the quantity of these transcripts at a specific developmental stage or under specific conditions. Transcriptome sequencing can be utilised to analyse transcriptome profiles and deliver unbiased information. Subsequently, transcriptome analysis can identify genetic function in cells and tissues, and is important for understanding the development of diseases.

Transcript libraries can be standard, normalised or subtracted. Normalised libraries can be used to reduce highly expressed transcripts and allow the discovery of increasingly rare transcripts.

Transcriptome sequencing enables you to:

  • Detect rare and novel transcripts
  • Quantify transcriptomes
  • Analyse differential gene expression
  • Identify fusion genes and alternative splicing
  • Identify and quantify both common and rare transcripts
  • Detect single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), insertions and deletions (InDels), and single nucleotide variants (SNVs)

Getting Started

1. Fill in the enquiry form or contact MGRC at

2. Tell us about your project and what you would like to achieve.

  • Do you need a complete picture of the transcriptome?
  • Do you want to find rare and novel transcripts?
  • Do you want to quantify expression levels between different samples?

3. We will contact you to discuss your requirements in greater detail.