Next Generation Sequencing (RUO)2019-07-18T22:57:45+00:00
PRODUCTS

Next-Generation Sequencing (RUO)

PRODUCTS

Next-Generation
Sequencing
(RUO)

Determine clonality & track clonal populations with the same reagents & workflow

NGS is a powerful, high-throughput DNA sequencing technology that allows for massively parallel sequencing of millions of DNA fragments in a single sequencing run. NGS is revolutionizing modern science and healthcare.

Determine clonality & track clonal populations with the same reagents & workflow

NGS is a powerful, high-throughput DNA sequencing technology that allows for massively parallel sequencing of millions of DNA fragments in a single sequencing run. NGS is revolutionizing modern science and healthcare.
PATIENT INFORMATION

Why it Matters

Everyone’s disease is different.

The genetics of each individual is different. The results from these NGS tests provide important insights.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION

How it Works

Detects clonal gene rearrangements.

Our NGS kits are used to detect clonal gene rearrangements, somatic hypermutations, and for the study of MRD. These RUO products that are used extensively all over the world.
PATIENT INFORMATION

Why it Matters

Everyone’s disease is different.

The genetics of each individual is different. The results from these NGS tests provide important insights.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION

How it Works

Detects clonal gene rearrangements.

Our NGS kits are used to detect clonal gene rearrangements, somatic hypermutations, and for the study of MRD. These RUO products that are used extensively all over the world.

Illumina®

Next-Generation Sequencing

Sanger sequencing methods represent the most popular in a range of ‘first-generation’ nucleic acid sequencing technologies. Newer platforms such as the Illumina MiSeq®, which leverage massively parallel sequencing approaches, are often referred to as Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). NGS technologies can use various combination strategies of template preparation, sequencing, imaging, and bioinformatics for genome alignment and assembly.

Illumina®

Next-Generation Sequencing

Sanger sequencing methods represent the most popular in a range of ‘first-generation’ nucleic acid sequencing technologies. Newer platforms such as the Illumina MiSeq®, which leverage massively parallel sequencing approaches, are often referred to as Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). NGS technologies can use various combination strategies of template preparation, sequencing, imaging, and bioinformatics for genome alignment and assembly.

RUO

Invivoscribe offers an array of Research Use Only assays for use on the Illumina MiSeq®.

The LymphoTrack RUO Assays, developed for use with the leading NGS platforms, include optimized multiplex PCR master mixes with primers incorporating both platform specific adapters, and specimen tracking sequencing identification tags for single step workflow. A comprehensive bioinformatics software package is provided free of charge with purchase; enabling you to identify the DNA sequence, clonal prevalence, V-J family identity for each gene rearrangement, and with the IGH V Leader or IGH FR1 assay, the extent of IGHV somatic hypermutation (SHM).

RUO

Invivoscribe offers an array of Research Use Only assays for use on the Illumina MiSeq®.

The LymphoTrack RUO Assays, developed for use with the leading NGS platforms, include optimized multiplex PCR master mixes with primers incorporating both platform specific adapters, and specimen tracking sequencing identification tags for single step workflow. A comprehensive bioinformatics software package is provided free of charge with purchase; enabling you to identify the DNA sequence, clonal prevalence, V-J family identity for each gene rearrangement, and with the IGH V Leader or IGH FR1 assay, the extent of IGHV somatic hypermutation (SHM).

Thermo Fisher®

Next-Generation Sequencing

Sanger sequencing methods represent the most popular in a range of ‘first-generation’ nucleic acid sequencing technologies. Newer platforms such as the Ion S5TM and Ion PGMTM, leverage massively parallel sequencing approaches, are often referred to as Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). NGS technologies can use various combination strategies of template preparation, sequencing, imaging, and bioinformatics for genome alignment and assembly.

Thermo Fisher®

Next-Generation Sequencing

Sanger sequencing methods represent the most popular in a range of ‘first-generation’ nucleic acid sequencing technologies. Newer platforms such as the Ion S5TM and Ion PGMTM, leverage massively parallel sequencing approaches, are often referred to as Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS). NGS technologies can use various combination strategies of template preparation, sequencing, imaging, and bioinformatics for genome alignment and assembly.

RUO

Invivoscribe offers an array of Research Use Only assays for use on the Ion S5 and PGM.

RUO assays, developed for use with the Ion S5™/PGM™ platforms, include optimized multiplex PCR master mixes with primers incorporating both platform specific adapters, and specimen tracking sequencing identification tags for single step workflow. A comprehensive bioinformatics software package is provided free of charge with purchase; enabling you to identify the DNA sequence, clonal prevalence, V-J family identity for each gene rearrangement, and with the IGH FR1 assay, the extent of IGHV somatic hypermutation (SHM).

RUO

Invivoscribe offers an array of Research Use Only assays for use on the Ion S5 and PGM.

RUO assays, developed for use with the Ion S5™/PGM™ platforms, include optimized multiplex PCR master mixes with primers incorporating both platform specific adapters, and specimen tracking sequencing identification tags for single step workflow. A comprehensive bioinformatics software package is provided free of charge with purchase; enabling you to identify the DNA sequence, clonal prevalence, V-J family identity for each gene rearrangement, and with the IGH FR1 assay, the extent of IGHV somatic hypermutation (SHM).