Diagnoses with greater specificity, sensitivity, and speed than traditional methods are now possible with molecular technologies. With our four state-of-the-art technology platforms, we’ve helped our partners launch tests in a wide range of molecular applications, such as infectious diseases, animal health, reproductive health, and oncology. No matter what your application, throughput, turnaround time, or cost-per-sample needs, you can count on us to help you access the best reagents and instruments for your focus area.

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Insufficient sample preparation is the most common cause of molecular workflow issues in commercial supply, so make sure you are using the right products. Bead-based solutions avoid the use of organic solvents or nucleic acid precipitation, helping to eliminate the problems often encountered with filter-based nucleic acid isolation methods.

Real Time PCR

PCR and real-time PCR are sensitive and specific technologies for workflows requiring fast turnaround time and a simple workflow.  Let us help you select the right Applied Biosystems instrument and reagents for your application. We also offer custom services including assay development, lyophilization, and kitting.


Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is becoming increasingly popular because of its sensitivity and throughput, particularly for applications such as oncology and reproductive health. We can help you assemble your own library preparation kit for any available NGS platform, using a wide variety of methods and enzymes.


Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a powerful technique that allows for the detection of your target sequence using either fragment analysis or Sanger sequencing. Both methods provide very reliable detection of mutations in areas such as genetic diseases, reproductive health, human leukocyte antigen (HLA) typing, infectious diseases, and oncology.

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