University of Gothenburg

Clinical Genomics Gothenburg

Clinical Genomics Göteborg (CGG) was established in January 2016 as a collaborative effort between the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg and Area 4, Laboratory Medicine at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital. Its mission is to facilitate translational research and help bridge the gap from research to clinical routine.

Sequencing Unit services

NGS Project design support: Together with the Bioinformatics Unit we can advise you the best set up for your experiment.

Sequencing: We manage the Illumina and Ion Torrent platforms and we provide sequencing for:

  • Whole genome sequencing
  • mRNA sequencing
  • Total RNA sequencing
  • Sequencing readymade DNA/cDNA pooled libraries 

NGS access service: Perform your own analyses using our equipment:

  • DNA concentration measurements (Qubit)
  • Automated electrophoresis for DNA and RNA (Tapestation)
  • Fragmentation of DNA and chromatin (Covaris)
  • Sequencing (MiSeq and NextSeq)

If your sequencing application is not listed, please contact us.

  • 2 Ion S5 Prime
  • 3 MiSeq
  • 1 NextSeq550
  • 2 NovaSeq 6000
  • 10x Chromium Genomics + Single-Cell Platform



Catarina Mörck, PhD.

Research service responsible


Meena Kanduri, PhD.

Study coordinator GU

Visiting address

Medicinaregatan 3B,

2nd floor (Klinisk Genetik)

Bioinformatics Unit applications

We offer bioinformatics support for clinical research and clinical implementation projects with a focus on NGS within our focus areas:

  • Acquired Diseases
  • Hereditary Diseases
  • Microbiology
  • Ultrasensitive detection of cell-free tumour DNA

We also provide general IT consulting and support for clinical and internal development and storage of NGS applications.