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QIAGEN Unveils Sample-to-Result Next-Generation Sequencing Workflow Designed for Clinical Research and Diagnostics
Date:2/20/2013

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"We are leveraging our core expertise with new and existing QIAGEN products to develop the solutions needed for adoption of NGS technologies in new areas beyond basic research," said Dr. Dietrich Hauffe , Senior Vice President, Life Sciences Business Area at QIAGEN. "We are planning to begin placing NGS workflows with selected customer groups during 2013. We expect NGS to complement established molecular technologies, particularly real-time PCR, and to become an important contributor to QIAGEN's leadership in Sample & Assay Technologies."

The adoption of NGS in fields such as clinical research and diagnostics has been hampered for a number of reasons, particularly workflow challenges that become more pronounced in clinical settings due in part to the increased number of samples being processed. Other challenges include manual sample preparation processes, delays caused by batching samples to achieve cost-efficient runs, and the speed and quality of data analysis.

QIAGEN's highly automated NGS workflow addresses these challenges by offering a streamlined and automated workflow built on components that include the following:

  • QIAGEN's QIAcube® for fully automated nucleic acid isolation and purification, as well as library preparation.
  • New GeneRead[TM] DNAseq Target Enrichment gene panels designed for NGS applications based on the GeneGlobe® collection of more than 60,000 fully annotated molecular assays.
  • QIAcube NGS - a new QIAcube-based instrument for automated sequencing template preparation.
  • GeneReader[TM] - a new NGS benchtop sequencer that embraces many diagnostic workflow features and offers a high level of flexibility, scalability and efficiency.
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