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The NEW Swift Amplicon HS Panels enable ultra-low frequency variant detection at and below 1% MAF from 10-20 ng of cell-free DNA (cfDNA) for Illumina® sequencers. Nucleotide errors, normally introduced during PCR and sequencing, are removed through the implementation of unique molecular identifiers (MIDs or UMIs) that uniquely label target templates during amplification. 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

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Learn from Swift customers at their posters.

Wednesday, October 17th

• 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Poster 1143W: Evaluation of a 12 Lysosomal Storage Disorder Gene Panel in a Parkinson’s Disease Cohort

“The one tube solution which incorporates both PCR-based enrichment and dual-barcoded library construction provided a quick and adaptable solution to work within our clinical setting.”

Stop by our Scientific Posters.

Wednesday, October 17th

• 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Poster 918W: Use of Molecular Identifiers and Targeted NGS to Enable Variant Detection Below 1% Allele Frequencies in Circulating Cell-Free DNA

Thursday, October 18th

• 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Poster 1807T: Normalase – A Novel Library Normalization Tool for High-Throughput NGS
• 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Poster 928T: Discovering Diverse Genetic Biomarkers Using Cancer-Specific Targeted NGS

Friday, October 19th

• 2:00 – 3:00 pm, Poster 1757F: A Rapid Library Prep with Enzymatic Shearing for an Improved Next Generation Sequencing Workflow for WGS and Target Enrichment

We look forward to seeing you soon! If you’d like to schedule a time to meet or discuss your project needs, please contact us below.

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