Satisfied customers are the best advocates for our solutions and services. You can find some testimonials on the references page. How do YOU think we're doing? Tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The GGA has the advantage of incorporating all of the renowned software and data content Genomatix has built over the past 11 years and putting an excellent NGS overlay on it all. This allows us to drill down into the biology of our systems in an easy to use workflow environment with all their terrific science in the background."
Prof. Henk Stunnenberg, NCMLS Nijmegen
"After a year of routine use we have found the comprehensive, open and integrated nature of the Genomatix systems to be very helpful in the analysis of our sequencing projects. One of our current projects is to provide a comprehensive description of both spermatozoal mRNAs and small non-coding RNAs. In collaboration with Susan Land, Director of the Applied Genomics Technology Core, we have generated a considerable amount of data using the Illumina NGS platform. Access to the integrated analysis core is helping us to get from data to the biology."
Prof. Stephen Krawetz, Wayne State University School of Medicine
"Based on joint scientific approaches, it is clear that we have a long term relationship with Genomatix. As such, we have received early access to their solution for NGS data analysis. We did thorough tests with real life data sets and were impressed by the speed, ease of use and extended reach into the biology provided by their system. The amount of high quality data being produced at our core facility every day necessitates analysis pipelines that can keep pace."
Dr. Vladimir Benes, Genomics Core Facility at the EMBL
"(...) we owe you a debt of thanks, it was your programs that pointed us in the right direction!"
Kenneth R. Boheler, Molecular Cardiology Unit, NIH/NIA/Gerontology Research Center
Genomatix - Selected Customer References
This a selection of companies, scientific institutes and research labs that have successfully applied our technologies.
- Boehringer Ingelheim
- Dasman Center for Research and Treatment of Diabetes
- European Molecular Biology Laboratory – EMBL
- Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Genetik, Berlin
- National Institutes of Health – NIH, National Cancer Institute - NCI
- University of Michigan
- Weizmann Institute of Science