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A new global market

Insights gained from single-cell transcriptomics will not only revolutionarize the landscape of cancer genomics, immunology and whole-organism science [1]. They will also continue to create a new global market of personalized medicine that is estimated to reach more than $5 billion by 2025 [2].

our offer

With the Scientific Consulting service Comma Soft and FASTGenomics assist and enable companies to transition into a promising new market of single-cell transcriptomics. We offer

  • Project planning and design
  • Secure data management
  • Best-practices single-cell sequencing and quality control
  • AI-based methods for cutting-edge analytics

our experience

Our scientific consultants have successfully managed research and development projects together with large pharmaceutical companies and health care providers. Comma Soft customers include world leading players such as Boehringer Ingelheim, Qiagen and Bayer. We know how to approach challenging projects and how to drive your single-cell research to marketable success.

 

“Together, single cell sequencing and artificial intelligence can be considered powerful tools for biomedical research, enabling insights at the highest resolution.”
Dickten et al., Laborjournal, 2019

 

our academic collaborators

Our scientific expertise is not only rooted in our talented and multi-faceted team but also in our close collaboration with leading researchers in the field. The Schultze lab at the LIMES Institute of the University of Bonn, Germany, has partnered with FASTGenomics since its beginnings and is a strong partner in our Scientific Consulting service.

CONTACT US

Request a personal consultation for your single-cell transcriptomics project. We would be happy to get in touch and discuss your plans and prospects. No matter what you are aiming for – we have the experts to face your challenge.

Sources:

[1] Shapiro, E., Biezuner, T., & Linnarsson, S. (2013). Single-cell sequencing-based technologies will revolutionize whole-organism science. Nature Reviews Genetics, 14(9), 618.
[2] Global Single Cell Multi-Omics Market – Analysis and Forecast 2019-2025, Research and Markets Report, June 2019

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