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New Zealand Genomics Limited

Dunedin

NZGL provides an end-to-end genomics service within New Zealand – from experimental design and data sequencing, through to bioinformatics support and data storage.

NZGL is a collaboration between three universities – The University of Auckland, Massey University and the University of Otago – supported by the New Zealand Government through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

NZGL itself is a small administrative hub, which facilitates the three core services – Bio-IT, bioinformatics consultancy and data generation – provided by the collaborating partners. The IT platform and applications – together referred to as Bio-IT – are outsourced, while the bioinformatics consultancy and data generation facilities are spread across the three collaborating universities.

It is thanks to the significant government and university collaborator support – $70m over 10 years – that many projects qualify for a... Show more »

NZGL provides an end-to-end genomics service within New Zealand – from experimental design and data sequencing, through to bioinformatics support and data storage.

NZGL is a collaboration between three universities – The University of Auckland, Massey University and the University of Otago – supported by the New Zealand Government through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

NZGL itself is a small administrative hub, which facilitates the three core services – Bio-IT, bioinformatics consultancy and data generation – provided by the collaborating partners. The IT platform and applications – together referred to as Bio-IT – are outsourced, while the bioinformatics consultancy and data generation facilities are spread across the three collaborating universities.

It is thanks to the significant government and university collaborator support – $70m over 10 years – that many projects qualify for a substantial discount on services.

NZGL’s bioinformaticians understand the needs of New Zealand’s science community, because they are part of it. This is a key benefit of using NZGL: our team provides a personalised service, working alongside researchers to offer customised solutions and on-going support as required.

Recent Publications by NZGL Clients

  • Alcantara C, Munoz R, Norvill Z, Plouviez M, Guieysse B. 2015. Nitrous oxide emissions from high rate algal ponds treating domestic wastewater. Bioresour Technol 177:110-117.
  • Bechet Q, Chambonniere P, Shilton A, Guizard G, Guieysse B. 2015. Algal productivity modeling: a step toward accurate assessments of full-scale algal cultivation. Biotechnol Bioeng 112:987-996.
  • Berry D, Takach, J., Schardl, D., Charlton, N., Scott, B., Young, C. 2015. Disparate independent genetic events disrupt the secondary metabolism gene perA in symbiotic Epichloe spp. Appl Environ Microbiol 81:2797-2807.
  • Berry D, Cox, M., Scott, B. 2015. Draft genome sequence of the filamentous fungus Penicillium paxilli (ATCC26601).
  • Bradshaw R, Guo, Y., Sim, A., Kabir, M., Chettri, P., Ozturk, I., Hunziker, L., Ganley, R., Cox, M. 2015. Genome-wide gene expression dynamics of the fungal pathogen Dothistroma septosporum throughout its infection cycle of the gymnosperm host Pinus radiata. Molecular Plant Pathology.
  • Chettri P, Ehrlich KC, Bradshaw RE. 2015. Regulation of the aflatoxin-like toxin dothistromin by AflJ. Fungal Biol 119:503-508.
  • Consortium IBG (includes Dearden, PK). 2015. The genomes of two key bumblebee species with primitive eusocial organization. Genome Biology 2015:76.
  • Dupont P, Eaton, C., Wargent, J., Fechtner, S., Solomon, P., Schmid, J., Day, R., Scott, B., Cox, M. 2015. Fungal endophyte infection of ryegrass reprograms host metabolism and alters development. New Phytol.
  • Eaton C, Dupont, P-Y., Solomon, P., Clayton, W., Scott, B., Cox, M. 2015. A core gene set describes the molecular basis of mutualism and antagonism in Epichole spp. New Phytol
  • Frampton R, Lopez-Acedo, E., Young, V., Chen, D., Tong, B., Taylor, C., Easingwood, R., Pitman, A., Kleffman, T., Bostina, M., Fineran, P. 2015. Genome preteome and structure of a T7-like bacteriophage of the kiwifruit canker phytopathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidae. Viruses 7:3361-3379.
  • Golicz AA, Schliep M, Lee HT, Larkum AW, Dolferus R, Batley J, Chan CK, Sablok G, Ralph PJ, Edwards D. 2015. Genome-wide survey of the seagrass Zostera muelleri suggests modification of the ethylene signalling network. J Exp Bot 66:1489-1498.
  • Gregory S, Anderson, C., Camps-Arbestain M., Biggs, P., Ganley, A. 2015. Biochar in co-contaminated soil maniuplates arsenic solubility and microbiological community structure and promotes organochlorine degradation. PLoS ONE 10.
  • Hoffmann A, Griffin, P., Dillon, S., Catullo, R., Rane,R., Byrne, M., Jordan, R., Oakeshott, J., Joseph, L., Lockhart, P., Borevitz, J., Sgro, C. 2015. A framework for incorporating evolutioinary genomics into biodiversity conservation and management. Climate Change Response Climate Change Responses 2.
  • Marshall C, Chagne, D., Deusch, O., Gruenheit, N., McCallum, J., Bergin, D., Lockhart, P., Wilcox, P. 2015. A DNA-based diagnostic for diffetmiating among New Zealand Endemic Podocarpus. Tree Genetics & Genomes 11.
  • Mohandesan E, Subramanian S, Millar CD, Lambert DM. 2015. Complete mitochondrial genomes of Tuatara endemic to different islands of New Zealand. Mitochondrial DNA 26:25-26.
  • Nicholson M, Eaton, C., Starkel, C., Tapper, B., Cox, M., Scott, B. 2015. Molecular cloning and functional analysis of gene clusters for the biosynthesis of indole-diterpenes in Penicillium crustosum and P. janthinellum. Toxins 7.
  • Smith K, Abbott, C., Saito, Y., Fidler, A. 2015. Comparison of whole mitochondrial genome sequences from two clades of the invasive ascidian, Didemnum vexillum. Mar Genomics 19:75-83.
  • Sutton JT, Robertson BC, Jamieson IG. 2015. MHC variation reflects the bottleneck histories of New Zealand passerines. Mol Ecol 24:362-373.
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Bioinformatics
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NZGL has a team of 14 bioinformaticians based at the three collaborating universities. The bioinformaticians are central to NZGL’s service, providing the personal and ongoing interface for many projects. They can be
involved in a project at the initial stages – providing free expert advice during experimental design (up to two... Show more »

NZGL has a team of 14 bioinformaticians based at the three collaborating universities. The bioinformaticians are central to NZGL’s service, providing the personal and ongoing interface for many projects. They can be
involved in a project at the initial stages – providing free expert advice during experimental design (up to two hours) – and again later in the process, analysing the resulting data set. NZGL’s bioinformaticians are also available to analyse data generated outside of NZGL facilities and work with both commercial and
non-commercial clients across New Zealand.

NZGL bioinformaticians can:

  • Advise on experimental design.
  • Assess data quality.
  • Carry out current best practice analysis appropriate to the experiment type.
  • Provide consolidated results in a standardised electronic report.
  • Brief researchers on the analysis performed.
  • Upskill researchers, so they can use appropriate software tools to analyse their own data.
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Affymetrix microRNA microarray
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De Novo Genome Sequencing
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Whole Genome Sequencing
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Illumina Next Generation Sequencing
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April 13, 2017

positive received for Illumina NGS:

"The NZGL team conduct their work with professionalism, reliability and competence. Thank you NZGL for making our pioneering conservation project possible!"

June 10, 2016

positive received for Illumina NGS:

"NZGL completed our sequencing objectives in excellent time. Their attention to detail and quality was impressive and much appreciated. Their communication was professional and fast at all times. I look forward to working with them again in future."

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