Because you can’t afford to get it wrong…  patients matter

Key attributes make Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis via capillary electrophoresis (CE) a foundational application in a range of clinical environments from clinical research, hospital-associated laboratories running molecular assays to larger reference laboratories performing approved in vitro diagnostic assays.  

  Highly accurate: proven technology with reliable results

  Simple workflow: rapid time to results

 Application flexibility: address large number of assays

  Cost effective: more answers from limited budget

  Dedicated service and support: keep your lab up and running

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An introduction to diagnostic testing in laboratories

  • Describe different types of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests
  • Identify differences between a molecular assay developed by a laboratory and an approved IVD test
  • Understand the benefits of assays developed in-house and IVD tests
  • View examples of different types of molecular assays and applications for them
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Preparing for and implementing a laboratory-developed test

  • Describe how a laboratory can prepare to design and implement their own molecular assay
  • Outline the typical steps of implementation for molecular assays and identify key questions that must be addressed at each stage of the process
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Webinar: Multiplexed identification of viruses and bacteria

  • Introduction to multiplex PCR via fragment analysis
  • Case study highlighting simultaneous identification of 10 respiratory viruses
  • Case study of pan bacterial identification in joint aspirates in less than 4 hours


CE is driving critical clinical research and testing

From spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) to microsatellite instability (MSI) testing, Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis are driving critical clinical research and testing. 

Oncology

Bacterial and viral identification & surveillance

Inherited disease

  • Trinucleotide repeat disorders such as Fragile X
  • Rare and undiagnosed genetic disorders (RUGD)

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Webinar: Multivariate analysis using targeted sequence interrogation

Learn how incorporating fragment analysis could better manage postoperative pain control

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Applied Biosystems Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis products

Perform your clinical research and molecular assay workflows using the Applied Biosystems’ Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis workflows.  From reagents, kits and consumables to software, instruments and service teams, we have what you need to keep your lab up and running. 

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