"Omics" refers to fields of study in biology, such as genomics, proteomics, or metabolomics. Each of these fields focuses on a comprehensive dataset of a particular type:

Genomics: The study of genomes, the complete set of DNA within a cell of an organism. It includes the analysis of the structures, functions, and evolutionary relationships of genes and genomes.
Proteomics: The study of the proteome, the entire set of proteins produced by an organism or system. It involves the identification, characterization, and quantification of all proteins in a given type of cell or organism under specific conditions.

Metabolomics: The study of metabolites, the small molecule substrates, intermediates, and products of metabolism. It involves the analysis of the chemical processes involving these metabolites.
Transcriptomics: The study of the transcriptome, the complete set of RNA transcripts produced by the genome at any one time. It provides insights into the functional elements of the genome and the molecular constituents of cells and tissues.
Lipidomics: The study of the complete lipid profile within a cell or tissue. It deals with the complex lipid molecules that play critical roles in cell structure and function.

Bioecopest integrates the results of lab studies with omics analysis, clarifying what is the full potential of the actives/products in terms of efficacy and how they interact with the environment and pathogens. Our services include:

– DNA extraction and purification from different matrices,
– Genome analysis,
– reads sequencing, assembly and annotation,
– Metabolomic studies
– Identification of genes involved in the Mode of Action,
– Transcriptomic analysis via RNA-seq and statical analysis,
– Proteins isolation,
– Proteomic studies.