Molecular marker discovery is an important contribution to our customers’ breeding efforts. NGS technologies have played a major role in making these discoveries accessible. Markers are developed for both model organisms with high-quality reference genome sequences, as well as to non-model species with no prior genomic data. Both SNPs and indels can be applied for marker-assisted breeding, e.g. fingerprinting parental lines, building a molecular toolbox, and discovering trait specific markers.

The data is made available to our customers through our proprietary software platform, CROPaware.

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Genotyping array design
Genotyping array design

Genotyping array design

Tailored marker selection allowing for genotyping regardless of species, genome size and ploidy level.

14 Mar. 2021 View project
Long Read Sequencing
Long Read Sequencing

Long Read Sequencing

Using state-of-the-art long read sequencing technologies, Genetwister builds high quality genome assemblies of novel species and obtains long-range genomic information such as haplotypes and structural variants.

14 Mar. 2021 View project
CROPaware & Leafy
CROPaware & Leafy

CROPaware & Leafy

CROPaware – A web based software platform for breeding and genomics data management.
Leafy - Our state-of-the-art lead dicovery platform.

23 Feb. 2021 View project
Haplotype discovery
Haplotype discovery

Haplotype discovery

Acceleration and cost reduction in plant breeding with improved genotype/phenotype relations, utilizing linked variants.

14 Mar. 2021 View project
Experimental Design
Experimental Design

Experimental Design

Appropriate experimental design and data analysis of breeding trials are essential. Genetwister offers assistance in the experimental design, taking into account all practical considerations of the breeding program.

1 Mar. 2021 View project
Association analysis
Association analysis

Association analysis

Advanced statistical models are needed to increase the power to discover (new) associations between genetic and phenotypic variation.

1 Mar. 2021 View project