We’re headed to Hollywood, Florida for AGBT to listen and share our perspective on pushing technology to help drive advances in genomic research.
So what’s new?
The AGBT annual meeting is an opportunity to catch up on and dig into new technology, and this year’s installment is no exception. Here’s what you can expect from Thermo Fisher Scientific at AGBT this year.
Immuno-oncology NGS assay
The Oncomine Immune Response Research Assay measures gene expression of 395 genes in FFPE samples, enabling research into informative biomarkers
for immunotherapy, and sample stratification for clinical research studies. Visit us in suite 217, or comment below to receive our white paper after the meeting.
600 base pair next-generation sequencing on Ion S5 System
Speed and simplicity are synonymous with the Ion S5 System. And now, longer read lengths are too. Enabled on the Ion 520 and Ion 530 Chips, new ExT kits achieve 600 base pair sequencing for unambiguous identification in metagenomics samples. To chat with one of our experts, leave a comment below.
Collaboration, security and speed with analyses in Thermo Fisher Cloud
Get a hands-on demo and chat with our bioinformatics team about accelerating collaboration and leveraging Ion Reporter and Oncomine Knowledgebase Reporter to focus your analysis. Our informatics experts will be demonstrating a wide array of simple data analysis tools for various research applications, including in the areas of oncology, inherited disease, and infectious disease, in a secure and powerful cloud computing platform.
Mark Your Calendars
Also be sure to catch Simon Cawley, Senior Director of Software and Informatics at Thermo Fisher Scientific as his presents “Advancing Precision Genomics with Ion Torrent Technology” You can see his presentation on Thursday, February 16th from 11:20 a.m. to 11:35 a.m. at the Grand Ballroom East.
For more on these and other new development projects, stop by Suite 217, or leave a comment below.
Hope to see you in Florida!