DNAVision Announces Illumina CSPro Certification for Infinium Genotyping application
Liege, 20th November – DNAVision, a European-based genomic service provider, announced today that it has successfully completed Illumina CSPro™ certification for Infinium Genotyping, gaining entry to an elite group of Illumina genomics service providers globally. Illumina Inc., a San Diego-based company, provides leading-edge genetic analysis tools to genomics centers worldwide.
Illumina CSPro is the collaborative service provider partnership dedicated to ensuring the delivery of the highest-quality data available for genetic analysis applications. Illumina CSPro participants undergo a rigorous two-phase certification process that includes minimum data generation, data certification, and an on-site audit of the facility and processes.
“The CSPro certification is an additional recognition of the quality of our services” said Sebastien Massart, Business Development Manager at DNAVision. “We collaborate with our customer during the whole genotyping process, bringing our expertise from study design to thorough data interpretation within the highest quality assurance procedures”. DNAVision is the only genomics company in the world to be ISO17025 accredited, CLIA certified, CAP accredited, GLP certified and GMP certified.
"Illumina CSPro recognizes organizations that provide customers with industry-leading data quality and service in genetic analysis using Illumina’s technologies," said Karen Possemato, Illumina's Director of Corporate Marketing. "DNAVision is the first CSPro in Belgium certified for Infinium services as a CSPro. As a global CSPro partner, we are excited to work with them to make it easier for researchers in Europe to access Illumina's genetic analysis technologies."
DNAVision is a leading provider of applied genetic & genomic services. DNAVision, and its subsidiary DNAVision AgriFood, offer the powerful combination of different technologies in nucleic acids extraction, expression profiling, SNP genotyping and sequencing in a high quality environment. DNAVision is a spin-off of University of Brussels and Institute of Pathology and Genetics. DNAVision AgriFood is a spin-off of University of Liège. More information on DNAVision’s service portfolio can be found on the website www.dnavision.be or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.