Mountain View, CA, United States
Mountain View, CA, United States

Complete Genomics is a life sciences company that has developed and commercialized a DNA sequencing platform for human genome sequencing and analysis. This solution combines the company’s proprietary human genome sequencing technology with its informatics and data management software to provide finished variant reports and assemblies at Complete Genomics’ own commercial genome center in Mountain View, California. In March 2013 Complete Genomics was acquired by BGI-Shenzhen, the world’s largest genomics services company. BGI is a 4,000-person company headquartered in Shenzhen, China, that provides comprehensive sequencing and bioinformatics services for commercial science, medical, agricultural, and environmental applications. Wikipedia.


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Drmanac R.,Complete Genomics
Science | Year: 2012

Individual whole-genome sequencing has the potential to greatly improve disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-04-22

This disclosure provides methods and compositions for tagging long fragments of a target nucleic acid for sequencing and analyzing the resulting sequence information in order to reduce errors and perform haplotype phasing, for example.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-06-02

An integrated end-to-end system for large-scale, high-quality nucleic acid sequencing having a nucleic acid extraction module, a library preparation module, a nucleic acid sequencing module, and a data analysis module reversibly integrated with one another and having components that are physically loosely-coupled within such system and reversibly integrated for sequence interrogation and analysis. This system is fully automated from sample to data output. A workflow management system is integrated across all system components and provides an intuitive user interface for managing system operations.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-09-23

Imaging systems are provided for high speed, high resolution imaging of biochemical materials. In an example embodiment, an imaging system comprises an objective lens component, a line generator, a digital camera, a positioning stage, and a scan mirror. The line generator generates a line of light that is scanned across a portion of a substrate that is mounted on the positioning stage. The positioning stage moves the substrate in a particular direction that is substantially normal to an optical axis of the objective lens component. The camera collects an image of the portion of the substrate through the objective lens component. The scan mirror moves in coordination with the positioning stage, while the line of light is being scanned across the portion of the substrate and the substrate is being moved in the particular direction, in order to keep the image still with respect to the camera while the image is being collected by the camera.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-06-28

The present invention is directed to logic for analysis of nucleic acid sequence data that employs algorithms that lead to a substantial improvement in sequence accuracy and that can be used to phase sequence variations, e.g., in connection with the use of the long fragment read (LFR) process.


Methods for interpreting absolute copy number of complex tumors and for determining the copy number of a genomic region at a detection position of a target sequence in a sample are disclosed. In certain aspects, genomic regions of a target sequence in a sample are sequenced and measurement data for sequence coverage is obtained. Sequence coverage bias is corrected and may be normalized against a baseline sample. Hidden Markov Model (HMM) segmentation, scoring, and output are performed, and in some embodiments population-based no-calling and identification of low-confidence regions may also be performed. A total copy number value and region-specific copy number value for a plurality of regions are then estimated.


Novel fluorescent nucleotide analogues are provided herein. Also provided herein are methods of using the nucleotide analogues in sequencing-by-synthesis and signal confinement methods.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-02-10

This application discloses methods of producing a DNA strand for sequencing, as well as genetic constructs, libraries, and arrays using DNA strands produced according to these methods. The application also discloses methods of sequencing using the DNA strands, genetic constructs, libraries, and arrays produced. In certain aspects, DNA being sequenced includes a target sequence and at least one adaptor sequence.


Patent
Complete Genomics | Date: 2016-01-27

The present invention is directed to methods and compositions for long fragment read sequencing. The present invention encompasses methods and compositions for preparing long fragments of genomic DNA, for processing genomic DNA for long fragment read sequencing methods, as well as software and algorithms for processing and analyzing sequence data.


In a genome sequencing system and methodology, a protocol is provided to achieve precise alignment and accurate registration of an image of a planar array of nanoballs subject to optical analysis. Precise alignment correcting for fractional offsets is achieved by correcting for errors in subperiod x-y offset, scale and rotation by use of minimization techniques and Moir averaging. In Moir averaging, magnification is intentionally set so that the pixel period of the imaging element is a noninteger multiple of the site period. Accurate registration is achieved by providing for pre-defined pseudo-random sets of sites, herein deletion or reserved sites, where nanoballs are prevented from attachment to the substrate so that the sites of the array can be used in a pattern matching scheme as registration markers for absolute location identification. Information can be extracted with a high degree of confidence that it is correlated to a known location, while at the same time the amount of information that can be packed on a chip is maximized.

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