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The ALL NEW Swift Amplicon 16S+ITS Panel enables highly efficient, sensitive and specific microbial identification by targeting the 16S rRNA (V1-V9) and ITS genes in a single primer pool, along with a simple two-hour workflow.



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(ANN ARBOR, Mich. – January 16, 2019) Swift Biosciences today announced the launch of its Swift Amplicon 16S+ITS Panel, facilitating routine NGS analysis of complex microbial samples (e.g. bacteria, archaea, fungi) using a single, multiplexed primer pool targeting the 16S rRNA gene (all variable regions, V1-V9) and ITS1 and ITS2 for fungi. With a comprehensive yet targeted library approach in a single-tube assay, the panel enriches the sequences used for identifying the structure of a microbial community in a format optimized for NGS. more »

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Francesco Criscuolo speaking towards the use of molecular identifiers and targeted NGS to enable variant detection below 1% allele frequencies in cfDNA. Presented at AMP 2018.

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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 »

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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 »

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