Use Powerful Genomic Data to Advance Your Operation

Genotype plants, screen for known traits, and identify novel variants using the most advanced genomic tools on the market

Genomic tools save time and deliver important insights.

Here’s what you can do with the data…

Screen for known variants

Identify plants with desirable traits, such as cannabinoid and terpene synthase, pathogen resistance, sex determination, and more!

Find novel variants

Identify plants with amino acid changing variants that could affect cannabinoid production.

Build an IP Case 

Use genetic information about your cultivar to prove prior art or demonstrate novelty.

Stabilize genetics  

Monitor heterozygosity values to stabilize genetics and reduce variability among progeny.

Determine Rarity 

Find out how rare your cultivar is or identify potential breeding partners when you compare it to other cultivars in the Kannapeida database.

Verify Genetics

Compare your plant’s specific DNA code to known cultivars and determine whether you are growing or selling your desired strain.

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Built on the Best Reference

Medicinal Genomics uses the most contiguous and complete cannabis reference genome, Jamaican Lion, to map all the genomic data it generates. With BUSCO scores exceeding 97%, Y-chromosome information, and active CBDA and THCA synthase genes, the Jamaican Lion reference provides the most usable genomic analysis available.

Additional Insights with Kannapedia®

Add meaning to your genomic data by running it through the Medicinal Genomics bioinformatics pipeline. Your data file will be mapped to the Jamaican Lion reference, and you will receive a Kannapedia.net report, which includes:

  • Tables showing the most genetically similar and dissimilar cultivars in the Kannapedia database
  • Blockchain Digital Stamping Certificate showing your cultivar’s genetics were submitted to the DASH blockchain to establish prior art
  • Coverage over important cannabinoid synthase genes (THCA, CBDA, CBCA)
  • Plant Type determination (Type I-V)
  • Amino acid changing variants
  • Powdery Mildew susceptibility/resistance
  • Heterozygosity
  • Gender
  • And more!

Take a tour of Kannapeida with Medicinal Genomics CSO, Kevin McKernan

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Pathogen-Resistance Genetics

Select for pathogen-resistance

Many cannabis plants are believed to be resistant to common plant pathogens, such as powdery mildew. Identification of those traits can lead to more targeted breeding, increasing yield and reducing allergen exposure. Copy number variation (CNV) maps over genes encoding for pathogen resistance can help breeders select for more pathogen-resistant varieties.

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CannSNP90 CHIP

FOR GENOTYPING PLANTS

89K+ SNPS, INCLUDING:

CANNABINOID GENES

TERPENE GENES

SEX DETERMINATION

DISEASE RESISTANCE


DOWNLOADABLE SEQUENCE DATA

ADDITIONAL FEE FOR KANNAPEDIA REPORT

PER SAMPLE COST:

$199

StrainSEEK®

FOR FINDING NOVEL VARIANTS IN AREAS OF INTEREST

3.2M BASES COVERED

20K-30K SNPS

TAG SNPS IN 926 GENES

FULL COVERAGE OVER:

THCA SYNTHASE

CBDA SYNTHASE

CBCA SYNTHASE

DOWNLOADABLE SEQUENCE DATA

KANNAPEDIA REPORT INCLUDED

PER SAMPLE STARTING COST:

$599

WHOLE GENOME

FOR LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR A BREEDING PROGRAM

876M BASES COVERED

3M-15M SNPS

10X DEPTH OF COVERAGE

FULL COVERAGE OVER:

CANNABINOID SYNTHASE GENES

TERPENE SYNTHASE GENES

27K FEMALE GENES

DOWNLOADABLE SEQUENCE DATA

KANNAPEDIA REPORT INCLUDED

PER SAMPLE STARTING COST:

$3,699

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  • I am very happy with the StrainSEEK results I received from Medicinal Genomics. Being a molecular biologist, I plan to spend a great deal of time perusing the StrainSEEK sequence info up close to begin to understand the differences we see in growth and disease resistance for different varieties. For example, a few of the varieties we grow have a great deal more resistance to fungal pathogens when compared with the average variety. Identification of genetic markers that impart disease resistance is incredibly important to future breeding projects. Medicinal Genomics has given me a goldmine 🙂 thanks again!

    Matt Wheatley PhD
    Matt Wheatley PhD Director of Cultivation, Los Suenos Farms

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