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Swift Biosciences Partners with MGI for High Throughput Genomic Sequencing

2020-01-14T15:50:46+00:00

(ANN ARBOR, Mich. – January 14, 2020) Swift Biosciences, Inc. (“Swift”), a leader in design and manufacturing of unique DNA and RNA library preparation and normalization kits for Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), and MGI Tech Co., Ltd. (MGI), a subsidiary of BGI Group, today announced a co-marketing agreement for Swift’s DNA and RNA library preparation products in Europe and Asia Pacific markets.

With this agreement, Swift and MGI will work to enable Swift’s library preparation […]

Swift Biosciences Partners with MGI for High Throughput Genomic Sequencing2020-01-14T15:50:46+00:00

Swift Biosciences, Inc. Welcomes Steven Riedmuller to its Executive Team

2019-11-06T15:53:32+00:00

Swift Biosciences, Inc. Welcomes Steven Riedmuller to its Executive Team

(Ann Arbor, MI October 15, 2019) Swift Biosciences, Inc, a leader in library preparation for Next-Generation Sequencing announces the addition of Steven Riedmuller to its leadership team, as Director of Field Application Services. Steven is uniquely suited to spearhead the FAS division with his experience and leadership at Maxygen, Synthetic Genomics, Hudson Robotics and TIGR. While at Synthetic Genomics, Hudson Robotic and TIGR Steve […]

Swift Biosciences, Inc. Welcomes Steven Riedmuller to its Executive Team2019-11-06T15:53:32+00:00
  • Swift 2S Turbo Automation-Friendly

NEW Swift 2S Turbo DNA Library Kits

2019-03-31T15:29:48+00:00

The NEW Swift 2S Turbo DNA Library Kits are a fast, efficient and cost-effective library prep solution.  Leveraging a robust enzymatic fragmentation prep and flexible indexing, you can prepare high-quality whole genome and exome libraries using a broad range of input amounts and sample types.

NEW Swift 2S Turbo DNA Library Kits2019-03-31T15:29:48+00:00

Our Newest Publications

2020-01-15T18:43:46+00:00

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Microbial abundance, composition, and function in nectar are shaped by flower visitor identity

Microbial dispersal is essential for establishment in new habitats, but the role of vector identity is poorly understood in community assembly and function. Here, we compared microbial assembly and function in floral nectar visited by legitimate pollinators (hummingbirds) and nectar robbers (carpenter bees). more >>

Our Newest Publications2020-01-15T18:43:46+00:00