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(ANN ARBOR, Mich. – October 16, 2018) Swift Biosciences today announced availability of its eagerly anticipated Normalase™ Kit, a revolutionary enzymatic library normalization product that streamlines the cumbersome steps following next-generation sequencing (NGS) library preparation. In addition, compared to conventional normalization, Swift Normalase saves cost on sequencing by reducing read depth variation within a pool. more »

SWIFT WEBINAR

Join Swift Biosciences and GenomeWeb for a webinar to learn how leading scientists are using Swift Accel-Amplicon™ technology to overcome the complexity of tumor profiling.

Special guest speaker, Dr. Pierres -Yves Desprez, California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute (CPMCRI) will discuss The Cancer Avatar Project, a multimodal approach that includes living biology, genomics, high-throughput pharmacologic screening, and informatics to design highly individualized treatment options for fast-growing solid tumors.

You can download the webinar here.

SWIFT NEWS & EVENTS

VISIT SWIFT AT AN UPCOMING CONFERENCE

  • Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG): January 12-16
  • Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT): February 27 – March 3
  • Association for Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF): March 23-26
  • American Association for Cancer Research (AACR): March 29 – April 3

Our Newest Publications

Unlocking a mechanism of lineage determination in the development of primary cancers using genomics.

Researchers are performing WGS and WES to identify immune cell cytokines that act on oncogenically transforming hepatocyctes and their epigenetic regulation.  more »

The highest peaking calling, sensitivity, and specificity values recorded for ChIP-Seq.

Seven methods designed for low input DNA/ChIP-seq sample preparation  (Accel-NGS 2S, Bowman-method, HTML-PCR, SeqPlex, DNA SMART, TELP, and ThruPLEX) were performed on five replicates of 1 ng and 0.1 ng input.  more »