C. elegans Omics Service

Since Venter completed the genome sequencing of Haemophilus influenzae in 1995, this is the first accomplishment of whole-genome sequencing. Researchers are increasingly recognizing the significance of large-scale, high-throughput data, and this has signaled the beginning of the development of omics. Currently, more than 30 omics fields have been described, but the most mature and researched of these are genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. In addition, there are many lesser known but more refined areas of genomics, such as epigenomics, secretomics, glycomics, and lipidomic that are also important for biomedical research. As experts in C. elegans research, CD BioSciences is committed to providing you with comprehensive and customized solutions. Through our C. elegans omics services, you will gain unprecedented insights.

What Are Omics?

Systems biology aims to describe the complexity of functional cells, tissues, organs and organisms, and histological data have become an integral part of systems biology. The word omics refers to areas of study in the biological sciences that end with "omics", such as genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, or metabolomics.

  • Genomics: Genomics is the science of studying the structure, function, and evolution of genomes, aiming to characterize and quantify the way genes direct the production of proteins with the help of enzymes and messenger molecules.
  • Transcriptomics: The transcriptome is the sum of all messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules in a cell, tissue, or organism. Transcriptomics is the study of gene expression from the RNA level.
  • Proteomics: Proteomics is the study of the biochemical properties and functions of all proteins in a cell, tissue, or organism, including quantity, structure, and modification.
  • Metabolomics: Metabolomics is the study of the chemical processes of all metabolites in a cell, tissue, organ, or organism.

Overall, omics is the identification, characterization and quantification of all biomolecules involved in the structure, function and dynamics of a cell, tissue or organism, and the use of high-throughput histology techniques allows the study of multiple components of complex biological systems.

Omics in C. elegans

C. elegans is an excellent model organism that is easy to keep in a laboratory environment and provides many key insights into molecular biology, cell biology and neurobiology. As the first multicellular organism to achieve whole genome sequencing, a wide range of bioinformatics and genetic tools facilitate research using C. elegansC. elegans has several practical advantages for standardized experiments such as histological studies, such as precise age synchronization, identical numbers of cells, and ease of genetic manipulation.

Multi-omics analysis identifies essential regulators of mitochondrial stress response in two wild-type C. elegans strains.Fig.1 Multi-omics analysis identifies essential regulators of mitochondrial stress response in two wild-type C. elegans strains. (Gao A W, et al., 2022)

Our Services

C. elegans omics research relies on advanced technologies such as high-throughput sequencing, mass spectrometry, microarrays, and bioinformatics analyses. CD BioSciences provides C. elegans omics services to our global clients utilizing advanced and proven technology platforms and rigorous analyses to help researchers gain a comprehensive understanding of C. elegans at the molecular level. We offer a full range of C. elegans omics services, including but not limited to:

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CD BioSciences has been specializing in C. elegans research for many years, and our experienced scientists are committed to providing you with high-quality solutions to meet your diverse needs. We guarantee that all deliverables are rigorously quality tested and delivered on time. If you are interested in our services or have any questions, please feel free to contact us.


  1. Gao A W, El Alam G, Lalou A, et al. Multi-omics analysis identifies essential regulators of mitochondrial stress response in two wild-type C. elegans strains[J]. Iscience, 2022, 25(2): 103734.
  2. Van Assche R, Broeckx V, Boonen K, et al. Integrating-omics: systems biology as explored through C. elegans research[J]. Journal of molecular biology, 2015, 427(21): 3441-3451.
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