Procomcure is at the forefront of NGS. We develop high fidelity polymerases used for Next Generation Sequencing pipelines and custom made kits in our own production facility. We use the most advanced technologies available and strive for continuous development. This enables us to be quick, efficient and affordable.
Our services are run by experienced staff who are easily contactable via phone or email. We are available to give advice at any stage of your project and we can assist you in finding a suitable sequencing solution.
Our mission is to be Austria’s most comprehensive supplier of NextGen services, offering a range of speeds and outputs.
Whole exome sequencing (WES) is a powerful tool for the investigation of genetic variance across the protein coding regions of the human genome. WES provides high confidence in variant calls for the identification of inherited rare Mendelian disorders, complex diseases and somatic mutations in cancer.
Procomcure Biotech offers Human WES service for accurate variant detection using the Illumina NovaSeq 6000 and Dragen Bio-IT platforms.
Procomcure Biotech offers WGS services for accurate variant detection using the Illumina NovaSeq 6000 and Dragen Bio-IT platforms.
Procomcure Biotech offers WGBS services for accurate variant detection using the Illumina NovaSeq 6000 and Dragen Bio-IT platforms.
We offer Standard, Comprehensive and Deep Shotgun Metagenome Analysis, contact us for more info and prices.
Gene Expression Profing (GEx) determines the gene-level abundance and differential expression of coding transcripts.
mRNA-Sequencing targeting poly(A) RNAs provides a sensitive option for detection and quantitation of even rare coding transcript variants.
RNA samples are enriched for both mRNA and non-coding RNAs to provide a comprehensive view of the whole transcriptome.
Small RNA-Seq targets small regulatory RNAs such as miRNA for profiling and discovery.
Procomcure NGS is a division of Procomcure Biotech
"We are extremely impressed with Procomcure's NGS services. Our experience is very positive, both from a technological as well as a communicational perspective!"