Agrigenomic solutions designed to deliver accurate and actionable data when you need it most
Thermo Fisher Scientific is committed to providing instruments, reagents, and solutions for plant and animal genotyping applications: simple, scalable, and affordable next-generation solutions that will help drive remarkable agricultural innovations. These solutions enable producers to develop healthier, more efficient crops and livestock to help nourish the world's growing population.
Personalized herd management in sheep using the Axiom genotyping platform
According to quantitative geneticist and animal breeding expert Donagh Berry, around half of the improvements in farm animal performance seen in the last few decades have arisen from genetics. In a recent interview, Dr. Berry stresses the value of genetic evaluation to farmers, even for those with low cost margins like those in the sheep industry.
Axiom Ovine Genotyping Array (50K)
The Axiom Ovine Genotyping Array (50K) provides the power and resolution to enable a wide range of applications in sheep breeding, including breed assignment, parentage verification and discovery, and traceability and monitoring of polymorphisms of known large effect.
Featured agrigenomics solutions
Wide range of animal STR genotyping kits for bovine, canine, and equine parentage.
Cost-effective, scalable, and simple to use, targeted genotyping by sequencing (GBS) solutions support genomics-assisted breeding across a wide range of plant and animal species.
Real-time PCR instruments, TaqMan® Assays, and reagents for generating reliable validation and screening results.
A wide range of technologies to facilitate your breeding and functional genomic studies, such as genotyping by sequencing, real-time PCR, and fragment analysis.
Affymetrix agrigenomic genotyping solutions provide breeders and researchers with a powerful and flexible range of genotyping tools.
Kits and reagents specifically designed to isolate nucleic acids from plant tissues.
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