top of page


If your research projects involve difficult bioinformatics work such as processing, analyzing and interpreting Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data, the GenOmnis bioinformatics company  might assist you in multiple ways.

In fact, the GenOmnis company developed strong links with experts from the Inserm and Aix Marseille University involved in many european networks handling NGS data. GenOmnis team has thus accumulated expertise in NGS data analysis including genomics, ChipSeq or transcriptomics experiments from start to finish (design to results).

Thanks to its UMD-Predictor and Human Splicing Finder systems, coupled with the Variant Annotation and Filtration system, it  can help you to identify disease-causing mutations from various situations, to search from specific pathways (transcriptomics), and to identify target genes (ChipSeq).

As the experiment design might strongly affect downstream data analysis, the GenOmnis team might also assist you in this critical step in order to get the most of your samples.

The GenOmnis company has also access to optimized raw data processing pipelines validated in different situations (constitutional or somatic mutations).

GenOmnis can therefore:


For NGS (genes panels, exome or genome) experiments

  • Process raw data (fastQ) to generate VCF files

  • Annotate VCF files with a large variety of annotations at the variant, gene and phenotype levels

  • Process annotated data to identify candidate disease-causing mutations

For ChipSeq experiments

  • Process raw data (fastQ) to generate peak detection files

  • Process detected peaks to identify motifs and gene targets, ​identify Protein-Protein interactions, signaling and/or metabolic pathways

For RNA-Seq experiments

  • Process raw data (fastQ data) to detect gene fusion events, variants, alternative splicings and differential expression between samples

bottom of page