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Company

Leymus Genomics was founded in 2017 in Copenhagen. The purpose for Leymus Genomics is to deliver the highest quality, fast, easy-to-use and most innovative genomic products for analysis, Europe’s finest sample running service and supportive equipment. This ranges from DNA purification to PCR and NGS wetlab products and data storage – to be clear we do not have all products you need. We believe the solutions should be supported with staff who have worked in the genomic tools industry and who should be continuously in dialogue and updated by scientists. We do not know everything about genomic tools and rely mostly on continuous dialogue with scientists to give us input on which technologies work, and which part of the process we should look for additional partners to bring you the right solution.

We deliver products and services for Finland,Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark and Germany*

How we work and our philosophy
Our main products and expertise is on technologies relating to NGS and Large Scale Genomic Data storage and also NGS via service providers i.e. outsourcing of the project. Whether you have your own sequencer or not, we strive to help you find the best solution for your project. We have spent a lot of time identifying the best partners. For projects where you have a sequencer, we have great solutions for sample preparation and data storage. Other projects are more efficiently run through a service provider, either because they are too big or complex to handle in-house or because it requires special equipment coupled with expertise.
We have chosen to represent selected companies, where we know from scientists, MD’s and collaborators, they are best in their class and often bring novel approaches or methodologies or sometimes just because it is simply the best quality product in the category.

We give support to our products and are backed by support from our suppliers and the scientists we work with or have as scientific advisors.

We strive at being fast and knowledgeable in the way we interact with our customers. We often say ‘yes’, but are not afraid to say ‘no’. ‘No’, because we don’t have the best solution, in which case we will try to direct you to the best solution. ‘No’, because our best-in-class solution is to expensive for the budget. ‘No’ or ‘We don’t know’, because we don’t know everything about everything. That said we strive at finding the best solutions from Leymus Genomics and even from other providers. We always try to be better and it is important for us to be easy and flexible to work with. Please let us know when we do well or could do better.

Our core knowledge is centered on NGS workflow and we are happy to share what we have learned about the different NGS platforms and we are always interested in what your experience has been with your NGS/Sequencing system .

We represent some companies and we are clear and transparent about this, we have no economical interests in companies we have not listed on our homepage. The companies we work with are of different categories but they are all carefully chosen because they are best in class on quality. Most likely they are also innovative and often we will be able to give you flexibility and support you have not been used to. This is due to they way we work and because we bring the scientists in close contact with each other. From R&D to the labs we serve.

* Some products and services are limited to a subset of these countries

Mission & Purpose


Our aim is to deliver the best genomic tools for NGS including data storage, advice scientist and doctors about the best match of genomic tools and in addition we have partnered with a service lab to run your samples when this is the best solution. We aim to give an overview of products and technologies from suppliers in the genomic analysis industry on the main technologies and to be a reliable knowledge partner.

At Leymus Genomics

  • The staff tries to stay up-to-dated on new technologies, is well-connected and have a lot of experience in the Genomic field, which makes Leymus Genomics a good knowledge partner
  • We are updated on the core NGS platforms and technologies:  PacBio, Illumina,  IonTorrent,  Qiagen, Oxford Nanopore etc.
  • We aim at having an unbiased approach to counseling as the right solution is the goal and our measure of success. Naturally we make it clear when we represent a company
  • We supply best niche products in class – or we will refer to the best niche product available
  • We collaborate with maybe the best service lab in Europe

Management

Leymus Genomics was founded by Rasmus Brøndum, who also holds the role as CEO.

Rasmus has worked in the Genomic tools and Genomic diagnostics industry since 2005. First in the small reagent company Fermentas continuing to work with worlds largest  PCR, qPCR and NGS equipment suppliers Thermo Fischer Scientific and Illumina and  most recent a  genomic diagnostic focused role as a Director for Roche Molecular Diagnostics. He holds a Master degree in Biology and a Danish MBA ( HD )  in International Business. The passion has always been to help scientist finding the answers by delivering the best possible genomic analysis/diagnostic solutions. Rasmus worked with both small scale Academic lab setup and with some of the worlds largest genomic labs. His experience also includes working with Clinical labs, Biobanks, Agrogenomics as well as Pharma companies.

Scientific Advisory board

In order to ensure the optimal guidance on genomics technology Leymus Genomics is establishing an advisory board. The board will consist of distinguished scientists, who are all working with different tools and projects in the Genomic industry.

The focus area is NGS and handling of NGS data.

PhD, Morten Rasmussen

Morten has more than 10 years of experience working with Next-generation sequencing (454, Illumina, PacBio, 10X genomics among others). A lot of his work has focused ancient DNA characterized by highly degraded, low-input samples, during his PhD he led the first ancient human genome project. As manager of a sequencing core he encountered a highly diverse set of problems and helped solve challenges related to all aspects of NGS. He has published more than 50 papers, 15 of which are in Nature or Science.Morten is a Postdoctoral fellow at Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University.

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