At The Sequencing Center, one of the main services that we provide to pharmaceutical, academic, and clinical researchers is HLA Typing. HLA Typing (human leukocyte antigen) is most commonly leveraged for matching patients and donors for bone marrow or cord blood transplants. However, it is also used in a lot of immunotherapy research for drug […]
About Ryan Casey
Ryan Casey is the Head of Product and Software at The Sequencing Center. Ryan has 8 years of product and software holding various roles from product management to product marketing in enterprise software companies. His background in building software leveraging machine learning on petabyte-scale datasets is creating the next generation genome data management platform at The Sequencing Center.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fort Collins, Colorado, 05/6/2019 – The Sequencing Center, a genome sequencing provider for biological and clinical research, announced today that it will provide human whole genome sequencing (WGS) services for genomic medical research. Historically, the company has focused on targeted human genome sequencing for clinical research. With this new service, The Sequencing […]
Like any new technology adoption curve, genome sequencing has gone through the typical hype cycle. We start to leverage a new technology and it becomes massively hyped as the thing that will “change everything” only to realize that we don’t know what to do with it. We then go into despair because it seemingly hasn’t […]
As the global HLA Typing market continues to increase in demand, the number of new commercial vendors focusing on HLA Typing has stayed fairly flat relative to growth. In a new market research study conducted by Data Bridge Market Research, the global HLA Typing market is set to grow to $1.05B in 2025, up from […]
As genome sequencing continues to decrease in price and increase in demand, the desire for many clinical organizations to leverage genome sequencing as a clinical diagnostic means continues to get traction. In a recent change, the California State Legislature approved a pilot budget and project to research the benefits of leveraging genome sequencing for disease […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fort Collins, Colorado, 5/17/2018 – The Sequencing Center, a next generation genome sequencing company, made a big move today by announcing free DNA extraction for any genome sequencing project that comes through their facility. The company already offers free basic bioinformatics, which includes alignment and variant analysis, as part of its efforts […]
Clinical research is a tedious process that requires precise data to validate research claims. In its current state, there are many parts of the process that break down for various reasons. Between time constraints, financial resource allocation, data collective practices, material purchasing, cross-team communication, and so much more, there are big hurdles that all lead to […]
Choosing a good genome sequencing provider can often be tricky to determine up front. There are many vendors in this space that focus on various research areas, making it hard to see if they are a good fit for your project. In order to filter out the average from the great, we have compiled a […]
It’s no secret to anyone in the drug development industry that it’s incredibly hard to find potential candidate biomarkers to develop drugs. While much calculation, research, and prudence goes into ensuring the accuracy and assurance of a target biomarker, there are so many variables left in play that it is impossible to know for certain. […]
The Challenges of Clinical Trials Working on clinical trials in the pharmaceutical or clinical research field can frequently be a messy process with numerous complications. You can feel blocked and delayed by staggering testing costs and lengthy trial durations. There are, however, many ways to optimize clinical trials through enrollment planning, cost benchmarking, forecasting and […]
The Sequencing Center is a USA-owned and operated next-generation genome sequencing company offering affordable genome sequencing and bioinformatics for research, pharmaceutical, and clinical organizations. Our services are designed for organizations performing research on bacterial, viral, and human-oriented research. Among these services, our facility offers targeted sequencing methods for research fields including inherited diseases, oncology, neurodegenerative diseases, antibiotic-resistant gene analysis, and biomarker discovery for drug development optimization.