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Resources for Human Disease Research

Tech Sheet

Profile all classes of large variants from FFPE and other sample types

Fix-C™ and Dovetail™ Hi-C with Selva™ Structural Variant Detection identifies large structural variants of all classes, including balanced and complex variants with no upper limit on the size of the variant from all sample types, including FFPE.

Product Highlight

Generate high-quality and robust Hi-C data in your lab with The Dovetail™ Hi-C Kit

The Dovetail™ Hi-C Library Preparation Kit provides labs with direct access to the optimized Hi-C solution previously only available through Dovetail’s service. The Kit can be purchased with HiRise™ scaffolding software for genome assembly or the kit only for other downstream applications like studying 3D genomic features.

Press Release

Dovetail Introduces First Commercial Service for Analysis of Human Genomes

For researchers studying the genomics of human disease, our new offerings, Dovetail™ Hi-C and Fix-C™ with Selva Structural Variation Detection Software, will advance researchers’ understanding of human diseases.

Resources For Plant/Animal Genome Assembly

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Tech Sheet

The Dovetail™ Hi-C Kit with HiRise™ for genome assembly

Generate chromosome level assemblies in your lab.

The Dovetail™ Hi-C Library Preparation Kit with HiRise™ Scaffolding Software provides labs with direct access to the leading
Hi-C genome assembly solution previously only available through Dovetail’s service.

Case Study

Dovetail Genomics’ Plantain Genome Enhances Food Security

Jaroslav Dolezel and Eva Hribova
Institute of experimental botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic


Chicago® and Dovetail™ Hi-C yield chromosome length scaffolds of the Ixodes scapularis genome


Presented by Monika Gulia-Nuss
University of Nevada, Reno

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