South Australian Genomics Centre (SAGC)

The SAGC is a state-wide facility supporting genomics research locally, nationally and internationally.

South Australian Genomics Centre (SAGC)

The SAGC is South Australia’s only NCRIS-supported genomics facility, backed by a diverse range of partner institutes and funding partners.

The vision of the SAGC is to enable innovative genomics research by providing state-of-the-art, collaborative end-to-end genomics and bioinformatics services, know-how, and cutting edge infrastructure.

The SAGC aims to provide comprehensive, cost-effective and readily accessible genomics and bioinformatics services, and infrastructure of the highest possible standard to support research excellence in human, agricultural, environmental and microbial genomics.

The SAGC provides a broad range of services including single cell and spatial transcriptomics, bulk RNA sequencing, small RNA sequencing, exome and genome sequencing, epigenomics, metagenomics and a range of other custom methods. These services are supported by a dedicated Bioinformatics Platform that support users of the facility by developing advanced and customised approaches for data analysis, integration and visualisation. The SAGC is pleased to support researchers and clinicians from all our partners institutes as well as industry partners and other external clients. All areas of genomics including animal, plant, environmental, microbial, and human genomics are supported. The SAGC also has an active education, seminar and workshop program.

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