Ion Newsletter—Issue 23
November 2017, Issue 23
Accelerate RNA sequencing with a fast and simple alternative to whole transcriptome studies
The Ion AmpliSeq™ Transcriptome Mouse Gene Expression Kit uses the speed and simplicity of Ion AmpliSeq™ technology to achieve ultrahigh–multiplex PCR enrichment that enables you to go from RNA to data in <2 days with minimal hands-on time.
- Target more than 20,000 RefSeq genes
- Low sample input: as little as 10 ng of total RNA
- Integrated data analysis with Torrent Suite™ Software, Ion AmpliSeq™ RNA plug-in, and Applied Biosystems™ Transcriptome Analysis Console (TAC) software
Did you know that our Ion AmpliSeq technology portfolio includes RNA panels?
Learn more about fast and simple gene expression method with Ion AmpliSeq™ RNA panels
Iterate custom panel design for human disease research
Ion AmpliSeq™ On-Demand Panels bring smaller pack sizes and an optimized gene catalog to custom next-generation sequencing (NGS) panels, so you can iterate panel design for human disease research with efficiency and convenience.
- Build custom panels from pretested genes most relevant in the research of inherited diseases including hereditary cancer, primary immunodeficiency, hearing loss, muscular dystrophy, and many more
- About 2,000 additional genes are being added to the catalog for germline disorder research
- Select from 8-, 24-, 32-, and 96-reaction packs
Help trace the origin of outbreaks, monitor biologics manufacturing processes, ensure food and beverage safety, and clinical microbiology applications
Rapid sequencing of microorganisms with the versatile
Ion S5™ Systems
Adopting a targeted NGS approach can open up many avenues for inherited disease research
Hear Alessandra Murgia from a clinical research lab in Italy share her hands-on experience with Ion AmpliSeq On-Demand Panels for her research in neurodevelopmental disorder.
We invite you to register for the live webinar by Dr. Lesley Cheng on Tuesday, November 14: Exosome miRNA sequencing for biomarker profiling.
Looking for a rare disease example in action?
Review this presentation from ESHG 2017 on Noonan syndrome by Adam Ameur, PhD, of Uppsala University.
- Canadian Cancer Research Conference
Vancouver, BC, Canada
November 5–7, 2017
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- SITC 2017
National Harbor, MD, US
November 8–11, 2017
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