Our focus is on non-routine, pioneering projects that address specific, field-related research questions.

Research & Development Projetcs

At Amplexa Genetics, we are committed to advancing the field of genetic research by developing and refining sequencing-based methodologies. Our dedication to innovation drives us to explore new scientific frontiers, ensuring precise and groundbreaking interpretations of genetic data.

We use state-of-the-art platforms both within molecular biology (specifically scRNAseq), microbiology, and bioinformatics to facilitate novel biological discoveries and enhance our understanding of disease-causing pathogens in the industry and clinic.

As we continue to expand the scope of our research capabilities, we invite collaboration from both industry and academic partners. If you are interested in discussing potential research collaborations or wish to propose a project, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Read here about current out research projects here.

INDUSTRIAL PhD PROJECTS

Construction of bioinformatic infrastructure for transcriptomic analysis to improve induced pluripotent stem cell systems

Developer: Ph.D candidate Frederik A. Bjerre

In collaboration with Prof. Ditte C. Andersen at University of Southern Denmark.

Financed by Innovation Fund Denmark.

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Development of a single cell RNA sequencing platform for bacteria to delineate antibiotic hetero-resistance

Developer: Ph.D candidate Freja C. Mikkelsen

In collaboration with Prof. Hanne Ingmer at University of Copenhagen.

Financed by Innovation Fund Denmark.

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OTHERS PROJECTS

sBACseqFOOD

Developer: Eva Harvald

In collaboration with Prof. Hanne Ingmer at University of Copenhagen and Matìs in Iceland.

Financed by Eurostars

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Understanding focal cortical dysplasia: A path to novel treatments

Developer: Christina Dühring Fenger

In collaboration with Professor Joseph Bateman from the Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (BCN), Professor Deb Pal (BCN), Dr Frances Elmslie (St George's), Dr Laura Mantoan (BCN), and Dr Charlotte Tye (Psychology).

Financed by Epilepsy Research UK and NHS

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Enhancing fertility treatment through advanced non-invasive preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (niPGT-A)

Developer: Mads Fruensgaard

In collaboration with Steen Broch Laursen from IVF-Syd and Marie Louise Grøndahl at Herlev and Gentofte Hospital

Financed by Danish Life Science Cluster Videnbro grant.

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