Multiomics Services

Multiomics (multiple omics) integrates multiple levels of biological analyses to offer a comprehensive view of complex cellular systems. By combining genomic data with other modalities such as proteomics, transcriptomics, and epigenetics, researchers can measure gene expression, gene activation, protein levels and post-translational modifications. This approach can help identify novel drug targets and biomarkers. Technological advancements in genomic sequencing and proteomic analyses are improving sensitivity, specificity, throughput, and resolution while minimizing labor, time, and sample volume requirements. Multiomics-based integration provides a comprehensive dataset that has advanced personalized medicine, drug development, and the understanding of complex diseases.

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Genomics analysis can provide a static 'blueprint' view of genes and genetic variants. Transcriptomics can reveal the extent to which each gene is 'on' or 'off' within a cell. Proteomics analysis, including post translational modifications, are essential in maintaining cellular structure and function and identification of the presenting phenotype. RayBiotech's array technology can map genomic, transcriptomic, and proteomic data including DNA, RNA, protein expression, and post-translational modifications of over 8000 analytes across hundreds of pathways. Regardless of project size, our wide portfolio of 2-dimensional, individual technologies can deliver a 3-dimensional perspective of your research with multiomic insights into health and disease.


RayBiotech utilizes tools from Genomics, Transcriptomics, and Proteomics to investigate molecular connections and gain multiomic insights.

Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Analysis Service

Why should you consider our in-house biostatistics and bioinformatics experts to analyze your array data?

Careful analysis of array data is crucial to accurately identify differences between samples. However, not everyone has the necessary expertise or resources to effectively process and analyze this data. Our biostatistics and bioinformatics experts can provide customized analyses for both genomics and proteomics data, as well as help with experimental design. By leveraging our expertise, you can obtain the most valuable insights from your array data.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Most of our arrays are compatible with any biological fluid. This includes cell culture media, cell lysates, tissue lysates, and all clarified body fluids (serum, plasma, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, BAL, saliva, tears, etc.) However, it's important to note that for genomic analysis using Next Generation sequencing, samples with DNA are required, while for transcriptomic analysis using RNA sequencing, samples with RNA are required.

Please see our Instructions for Sending Samples resource page.

The required sample volume varies based on the type of analysis being conducted and the specific application. Generally, we recommend using more than 100 ng of sample for next-generation sequencing, over 500 ng for RNA sequencing, and 160 ul of lysate with a concentration of more than 200 ug/mL (80 ul serum, plasma, media) for immunoassays.

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