GYDLE

Solutions for Genomics

Fr

Innovative Technologies

Gydle develops a new generation of bioinformatics technologies for genomic research in health, agriculture, forestry and environmental sciences. Our innovations help scientists leverage the latest DNA sequencing advances and better represent and analyse genomes to accelerate their discoveries. Read more >

Superior Quality Services

Gydle offers a broad range of services to the genomics research community. From the experimental design to the publication of results, our services cover the sequencing, assembly, finishing and annotation of genomes and gene catalogues, functional genomics and genetic variation analyses, comparative genomics and phylogenetic analyses. Read more...

We are hiring!

We are expanding and looking for creative people with stong skills in computational biology and software development. To submit you application, write us at careers@gydle.com

Latest News

Gydle participated in the international effort (IWGSC) to publish the sequence of the wheat genome in the journals Science and Genome Biology. The wheat genome, five times the size of the human genome, is the most complex genome ever decoded. To learn more about our research activities, visit our publications

Innovative Technologies

Gydle develops a new generation of bioinformatics technologies for genomic research in health, agriculture, forestry and environmental sciences. Our innovations help scientists leverage the latest DNA sequencing advances and better represent and analyse genomes to accelerate their discoveries. Read more >

Superior Quality Services

Gydle offers a broad range of services to the genomics research community. From the experimental design to the publication of results, our services cover the sequencing, assembly, finishing and annotation of genomes and gene catalogues, functional genomics and genetic variation analyses, comparative genomics and phylogenetic analyses. Read more...

We are hiring!

We are expanding and looking for creative people with stong skills in computational biology and software development. To submit you application, write us at careers@gydle.com

Latest News

Gydle participated in the international effort (IWGSC) to publish the sequence of the wheat genome in the journals Science and Genome Biology. The wheat genome, five times the size of the human genome, is the most complex genome ever decoded. To learn more about our research activities, visit our publications