DNA GTx Bioinformatics, founded in 2018, is a Brazilian company now part of the DNA GTx group, with two other companies in UAE and USA.
Our main areas of expertise are health, environment and agrobusiness. We provide computational analyses of genome, metagenome, transcriptome and proteome data.
We also offer consulting services, customized services and software development.
|We have professionals with PhD in bioinformatics, as well as in other areas. All are highly qualified to solve problems in bioinformatics.||We have pioneers in genomics and bioinformatics, experienced with different technologies of DNA sequencing.||We develop technologies in bioinformatics that add value to our services, uncomplicating ours clients lives.|
Get to know our founders, as well as our technical and scientific team.
PhD in Biochemistry (USP, 1993) and currently Professor of Bioinformatics at UFRN. He is considered one of the pioneers of genomics and bioinformatics in Brazil.
PhD in Bioinformatics (USP, 2013). He has extensive experience in the development of softwares and pipelines, as well as in bioinformatics services.
Bachelor of Chemistry (USP, 2004), PhD in Biological Sciences (UNIFESP, 2009) and post-doctorate at the Universities of Bergen (2009-2010) and Oslo (2011-2012), both in Norway.
PhD in IT and Communications (UPF - Spain, 2012) and professor of bioinformatics at UFRN. He has experience in the modeling of biological systems and in their computational simulations
PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology (USP, 2004) and professor at UFRN. Has extensive experience in proteomics, specifically in mass spectrometry (MS/MS).
PhD in Biochemistry (UFC, 2007) and professor at UFRN. Has experience in genomics, transcriptomics, molecular phylogeny and modeling of macromolecules.
PhD in Bioinformatics (USP, 2008) and professor of bioinformatics at UFRN. He has extensive experience in NGS data analyses from different technologies.
PhD in Biochemistry (UFRGS, 2012) and professor at UFRN. Has experience in bioinformatics, specifically in systems biology and evolution of biochemical systems.