The Kits from Daicel Arbor Biosciences provide pools of in-solution biotinylated RNA probes plus reagents for highly-efficient, scalable targeted sequencing on any NGS platform, including Illumina®, Ion Torrent®, PacBio®, and Nanopore®. Daicel Arbor Biosciences’ proprietary oligo synthesis technology delivers high-quality, complex baits at extremely competitive pricing. In addition, we can offer complimentary bait design and project development assistance from a team of expert scientists.
myBaits kits have been successfully used in thousands of research projects from a wide variety of genome types (e.g. animals, plants, and microbes) and DNA sources (e.g. fresh, degraded, and environmental).
Kits tailored for specific target regions are the most popular choice, allowing enrichment of specific SNPs, exons, genes, and other sequence motifs from genomic or metagenomic samples.
Daicel Arbor Biosciences also offers a variety of predesigned kit options for specific research applications, such as mitochondrial DNA sequencing, ultraconserved element sequencing, whole-genome enrichment from metagenomic samples, and human cancer exome research.
Hybridization capture with myBaits Custom is an extremely versatile and flexible technology that has been applied to an enormous variety of applications and taxa, such as plants, animals, humans, bacteria, and viruses.
Hundreds of studies have been published with myBaits over the years. Across the wide variety of applications, myBaits Custom kits frequently achieve high on-target read percentages and/or high unique read complexity for most applications, creating many orders of magnitude savings in sequencing compared to shotgun approaches.
In addition, research scientists are continually innovating novel improvements to the speed, ease of use, and performance of our myBaits kits across a variety of applications.
We can always provide specialized experimental design advice to maximize success with your next NGS targeted sequencing project. Our Sequence Submission Guidelines describe how you need to provide your sequence data for the design of your myBait set.