Oncomine Solutions on the Ion Torrent Genexus System feature a complete next-generation sequencing (NGS) testing workflow. Now every lab can advance from biological 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.
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.
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.
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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:
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Now in its fourth iteration, OncomineWorld is back with new presentations. Attend on-demand talks with Q&A, covering topics such as genomic profiling in solid tumors and hemato-oncology research, the IVDR transition, the latest advances in NGS workflows, and much more. In addition to general NGS education topics and updates, this year’s event also featured content dedicated to labs that are new to or considering starting with NGS. Register now to see all of the exciting new event features on demand.
The Genexus System helps enable a broad spectrum of labs, even without previous expertise, to provide fast genomic profiling. In this five-part webinar series, hear from our leaders how the Genexus System is addressing key challenges with NGS, and watch as customers share their experiences using the Genexus System together with the Oncomine Precision Assay for a one-day, hands-off workflow with only two touchpoints and 20 minutes of hands-on time. You can also learn about FusionSync™ technology and the importance of detecting both novel fusions and known driver genes and partners.
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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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.
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