Next-generation solution for genomic profiling
Oncomine Solutions on the Ion Torrent Genexus System feature a complete next-generation sequencing (NGS) testing workflow. Now every lab can go from specimen to report in a single day, providing a comprehensive genomic profile at a speed never possible before.* This allows you to deliver NGS results at the same time as other single-gene methods such as immunohistochemistry (IHC).
The hands-off, set-up-and-go workflow makes NGS accessible even if your lab is new to the technology. With the lowest sample input requirement of any NGS solution, you can successfully sequence more of the samples that come through your lab.
Oncomine assays for the Genexus System
Oncomine Precision Assay
The Oncomine Precision Assay features carefully curated biomarker content spanning 50 genes. Enhanced fusion detection provides broad coverage for the most prevalent isoforms, along with novel fusions. You have the option to profile DNA or RNA from lysate or plasma, giving you a wide range of utility. All of this is provided with a single-day turnaround time and a highly automated workflow on the Genexus System.
Don’t let precious samples go untested
Did you know that some NGS send-out labs have test failure rates of 20% due to their high input requirement (1-4)? At that rate, one out of every five samples submitted will not pass due to lack of tissue, and many more are never submitted for testing at all. Not with Oncomine Solutions. You can experience a sequencing success rate of over 95% because we only require 10 ng of nucleic acid input. This means you can get an NGS result for most of the precious samples you have.
Maximize your ability to detect key biomarkers
Curated pan-cancer content
FusionSyncTM detection technology
Tissue and plasma samples
- Mutation, CNV, and fusion variant types across 50 key genes
- Tumor suppressors, driver and resistance variants
- Sensitive and specific—targeted isoform designs
- Novel fusion detection
- Enhanced low-level variant detection
- Key for liquid biopsy testing
- One test, one workflow, multiple sample types
- Maximizes the number of tumors that can be profiled
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FusionSync detection technology
Gene fusions are an increasingly important target in precision oncology. Oncomine assays are superior for both sequencing success rate and sensitivity, two critical factors for fusion detection. Even when tissue is very limited or the variants exist at low levels in the sample, you can detect key fusions by combining:
- Targeted known fusion detection
- Non-targeted detection of novel fusion combinations
- Novel fusion detection
OncomineWorld: A Virtual NGS Education Meeting
Whether your laboratory currently utilizes NGS or you are curious to learn more, access this on-demand virtual event to learn about the latest developments in genomic profiling for cancer research.
- View 13 CE-certified presentations from leading NGS users on topics such as comprehensive genomic profiling (CGP), personal experiences with different NGS products and solutions, and more
- Explore our 7 virtual labs to learn more about the new Genexus System and explore our suite of products for several oncology applications
- See the latest research by Thermo Fisher Scientific in the Poster Hall
- And much more
Three-part on-demand webinar series
Part 1: Introducing a New World of NGS: A One-Day, Hands-Free Solution to Fit Any Lab
- Learn how the Genexus System addresses key challenges to NGS adoption
- See the next-generation solution for genomic profiling of cancer samples
- Hear about the experience of the first laboratory to implement this solution: IPATIMUB in Portugal
Part 2: A New World of NGS, a New Day for Your Lab
- Understand how the new Ion Torrent Genexus System helps enable a broad spectrum of labs, even without previous expertise, to provide fast genomic profiling
- See the future Genexus System assays pipeline
- Hear from Sentara Molecular Pathology Laboratory about their experience
Part 3: Hear Both Sides of the Fusion Detection Story
- Review a study that compared three different methods for fusion detection
- Learn about FusionSync™ Detection Technology, a new method for comprehensive and sensitive gene-fusion detection and real-world data
- Discuss the importance of detecting both novel fusions and known driver genes and partners
|José Luis Costa, PhD
|Andy Felton, PhD
Thermo Fisher Scientific
|Wei Song, MD,
Englander Institute for Precision Medicine
University Hospital Basel
|Tabetha Sundin, PhD
Advancing Precision Oncology
NGS is the platform of choice for genomic profiling. The days of having to run multiple single gene tests are over. You no longer have to settle for time delays and depletion of tissue. With NGS, you can assess multiple biomarkers simultaneously in a single test for a comprehensive molecular profile, all while preserving tissue. Visit our educational website to learn how NGS is helping advance precision oncology from research to reality.
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2. Ready N, et al. First-Line Nivolumab Plus Ipilimumab in Advanced Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer (CheckMate 568): Outcomes by Programmed Death Ligand 1 and Tumor Mutational Burden as Biomarkers. J Clin Oncol. 2019 Apr 20;37(12):992-1000.
3. Zhu J, et al. Clinical utility of FoundationOne tissue molecular profiling in men with metastatic prostate cancer. Urol Oncol. 2019 Jul 18. pii: S1078-1439(19)30244-3.
4. Heeke S, et al. Abstract 4889: Comparison of tumor mutational burden using the Ion Oncomine TML and FoundationOne assays with routine clinical FFPE tissue samples to predict durable clinical benefit in lung cancer and melanoma patients - a multivariate analysis integrating PD-L1 and CD8+ evaluation. Proceedings: AACR Annual Meeting 2019. DOI: 10.1158/1538-7445.AM2019-4889.
* Specimen-to-report workflow will be available after the Ion Torrent™ Genexus™ Purification System and integrated reporting capabilities are added in 2020.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.