MGAnalysis™ is a collaborative research package for data analysis based on our original metabologenomic analytical platform that aims to discover novel facts in your data.
The analysis of data such as metagenomes and metabolomes is reasonably simple when analyzed individually. However, comprehensive analysis is highly complicated and requires specialized techniques and extensive computational resources. To overcome such technical obstacles, we present MGAnalysis™, a package based on our scientific knowledge and analytical platform for analyzing vast quantities of complex intestinal environment data.
- Difficulties investigating the intestinal environment using clinical data
- MGAnalysis™ supports the analysis of your Big Data, such as clinical trial data, based on experience and know-how from long-standing studies of the intestinal environment. Further analyses of your data may help achieve breakthroughs in the development of your product.
- Difficulties fully analyzing Big Data from the intestinal environment
- We have heard from many companies that their analyses of data from the intestinal environment are frequently hindered by difficulties in managing Big Data. Our researchers and analytic pipeline specialize in the study of the intestinal environment, and can thus provide you with scientific evidence regarding whether your products are effective. MGAnalysis™ includes consultations, so please feel free to ask if you have any difficulties.
MGAnalysis™ can analyze various types of data comprehensively, such as metagenomic data (16S or metagenome), metabolomic data, and any other clinical data that you would like to analyze together to assess relationships. Subsequent to the analysis, we can also provide support in terms of planning appropriate clinical trials for further analyses or writing scientific articles to publish your findings.
This project will be conducted as collaborative research, not as an entrusted business. The data obtained in this service will be shared through our intestinal environment database. By conducting this project as collaborative research, we can also support you in publishing your findings in scientific papers and/or conferences subsequent to analysis.
Should you have any questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.