The Sequencing Center is one of the leading service providers for HLA Typing and Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) in the USA. Offering affordable, high-coverage HLA typing results with 4-field resolution and microbial scale WGS, we provide clients with exceptional services, including DNA extraction, library prep, sequencing and bioinformatics. We work with leading research organizations world-wide in various fields including immunology, oncology, transplantation, inherited diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and drug discovery and development.
The Sequencing Center
1020 Luke Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 682-1288 (Direct to lab)
HLA Typing and Immuno-oncology
What is the relationship between CAR-T and the HLA Locus?
The Influence of HLA Typing on Infectious Disease Susceptibility and Vaccine Response
HLA-A01:01:01:01 Allele and its Impact on the Development of Malignancies: The Role of Tumor-Associated Antigens Presentation and CD8+ T Cells
The HLA-A*32:01 Variant: A Focused Exploration for Immunology Experts
A Quick Guide to Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Typing Techniques
The Functions and Implications of HLA Genes
Leveraging the Power of 4-field HLA Typing and the IMGT Database for Immunology Research
How to Search for Variants in a 4-Field HLA Typing Report Against the IMGT Database
Unraveling the Synergy between B and T Cell Immunology and HLA Typing
The Intricate Interplay of HLA Genes, HLA Typing, and CAR-T Cell Therapy: A Deep Dive
Unraveling the Mysteries of HLA Typing: 3 Groundbreaking Allele Discoveries
The Top 5 Misconceptions with HLA Genes and Immunology
Diving into the History of HLA Genes and Their Impact on Drug Discovery
What are the Differences Between 2-field and 4-field Reporting for HLA Typing?
What is the Impact of HLA Typing on Cancer Immunotherapy?
HLA Typing: Disease States Associated with HLA-DRB1/3/4/5 Genes
HLA Typing: Unlocking the Secrets of the Human Immune System
HLA Typing: Exploring Disease States Associated with Variants of the HLA-B Gene
Unraveling the Complexity of HLA Genes: Disease States and Their Genetic Underpinnings