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Luminex Corporation Hosts the Fifth Annual Planet xMAP Europe 2007 Symposium

... Two-Day multiplexing Technology Symposium Brings Together Thought ... regarding Luminex's flexible xMAP(R) multiplexing technology in clinical diagnostics and life ... xMAP technology, but about the broader role that multiplexing technology is playing to improve research ...

Rules-Based Medicine, Inc. Launches DiscoveryMAP(TM) Service for Drug and Diagnostic Development

... are processed in RBM's CLIA-certified lab using proprietary reagents and software to give the most accurate and reproducible protein measurements. multiplexing allows all of these assays to be processed from a 500 microliter sample of serum or plasma, compared with single-plex platforms, such as ELISA, which ...

AutoGenomics New RVP Assay Addresses Current Challenge to Detect Flu A - Swine H1N1

... About AutoGenomics AutoGenomics, Inc., a privately held company based in Carlsbad, CA, has developed the first automated, microarray based multiplexing diagnostic platforms that can be used to assess disease signatures with novel genomic and proteomic markers in the area of genetic disorders, ...

VisEn Launches Next-Generation Fast ('Fluorescence Activatible Sensor Technology') Agent Platform for Expanded Performance in Imaging Disease Biomarkers In Vivo

... and CEO of VisEn Medical. "This enables more versatility in pre-clinical study designs, greater breadth of imaging data and even more biomarker multiplexing for our customers, especially in longitudinal studies of disease progression and therapeutic response." VisEn's proprietary in vivo imaging ...

New organic material may speed Internet access

... obtained in this way, says the group, has demonstrated the best all-optical demultiplexing rate yet recorded for a silicon-organic-hybrid device. multiplexing is the process by which multiple signals or data streams are combined and transmitted on a single channel, thus saving expensive bandwidth. ...

Bionovo Announces 2008 Highlights and Year-End Financial Results

... market. Bionovo announced that it has developed a novel analytical 2-dimensional liquid chromatography mass spectrometry-based (LC/LC-MS/MS) multiplexing platform that allows for the rapid, specific, sensitive automated quantification of the active pharmaceutical compounds of Menerba. If applied to ...

AutoGenomics Invited to Present at the 2009 JPMorgan Healthcare Conference

... sessions. About AutoGenomics AutoGenomics Inc., a privately held company based in Carlsbad, CA, has developed an automated, microarray based multiplexing diagnostic platform that can be used to assess disease signatures with novel genomic and proteomic markers in the area of genetic disorders, ...

Applied Biosystems SOLiD System Named Life Science Innovation of the Year : The Scientist Magazine Cites the Technology's High Throughput, Lower Sequencing Cost, and Rapid Technology Innovation for Unlocking New Approaches to Clinical Research

... in a cost-effective manner. The combination of increasing bead density, extending read lengths to greater than 50 base pairs, high accuracy, and multiplexing capability of up to 256 samples in a single run, will enable the SOLiD 3 System to generate approximately 7-fold coverage across the entire human ...

Xceed Molecular Grants Gen-Probe License to Xceed's Flow-Thru Chip(R) Technology for Multiplex Molecular Diagnostics

... technology is well suited for diagnostic tests and we are pleased to have a market leader like Gen-Probe recognize its value for inclusion in their multiplexing strategy," said Xceed President and CEO, David Deems. "Multiplex molecular diagnostics is a burgeoning market, and new tools are required as the era ...

Biomatrica's PCRboost(TM) Enables 5-Fold Improvement in Amplification of Difficult Samples

... is drastically improved for all samples including trace samples (less than or equal to 1 ng), degraded samples, low copy transcripts, multiplexing (i.e., STR analysis) and samples containing inhibitory factors. "PCRboost is very easy to use -- you just add the reagent instead of water to your ...

AutoGenomics to Present at Cowen Health Care Conference on March 17, 2008

... Time About AutoGenomics AutoGenomics Inc., a privately held company based in Carlsbad, CA, has developed the first automated, microarray based multiplexing diagnostic platforms that can be used to assess disease signatures with novel genomic and proteomic markers in the area of genetic disorders, ...

Bookham to Enter Biomedical Illumination Market

... Proven filter technology to underpin compact LED multiplexing module SANTA ROSA, Calif., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Bookham, Inc. (Nasdaq: BKHM ), a leading provider of optical components for ...

Primera Biosystems Raises $21 Million in Series B Private Round

... (Scalable Target Amplification Routine), that combines in a single bench-top system the best features of quantitative real-time PCR with - true multiplexing of 60 or more targets. By increasing throughput and lowering costs -- while maintaining accuracy and quantification -- the STAR system has the ...

AutoGenomics Invited to Present at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference

... About AutoGenomics AutoGenomics Inc., a privately held company based in Carlsbad, CA, has developed the first automated, microarray based multiplexing diagnostic platform that can be used to assess disease signatures with novel genomic and proteomic markers in the area of genetic disorders, ...

CRi Announces Maestro 2, the Next Generation in Vivo Optical Imaging Systems

... for increase spectral contrast, and improved quantification of experimental results. The Flex LCTF technology provides more accurate multiplexing capability and better quantification of experimental results. The software includes the Real Component Analysis(TM) (RCA) algorithm for ...

Maven Biotechnologies, LLC to Present at BIOCOM Investor Conference

... (e.g. cardiac markers, drugs of abuse, etc.), at patient bedside, and in the O.R. Finally, it uniquely permits single to high density label-free multiplexing -- that is, when one to large numbers of tests per patient can be run at one time (e.g. tumor markers, autoimmune panels, etc.), greatly reducing ...

Promegas Multiplexed Luciferase Reporter and Cell Viability Assays performed on the PHERAstar

... Rev. 7/2006 multiplexing homogeneous cell-based assays for analysis of ... test compounds. This concept of assay multiplexing is demonstrated here using several ... culture itself is also expensive. By multiplexing assays, fewer cells are needed to ...

Promegas Multiplexed Cell Viability and Apoptosis Assays performed on the PHERAstar

... test compounds. This concept of assay multiplexing is demonstrated here using several ... culture itself is also expensive. By multiplexing assays, fewer cells are needed to ... nm) multiplexing Cell Viability and Apoptosis Assays ...

Real-Time Multiplex PCR from Genomic DNA Using the iCycler iQ Detection System

... iCycler iQ system displays powerful multiplexing capabilities that we demonstrate here ... In order to conduct successful multiplexing you must (1) maximize and equalize the ... DNA Multiplex Discussion Prior to multiplexing 2 or more PCR targets, it is important to show ...

Feasibility of Multiplexing Bio-Plex Total Target and Phosphoprotein Assays

... we present results from a case study testing the feasibility of multiplexing a Bio-Plex total target assay with Bio-Plex phosphoprotein ... cell lysate sample is tested. These results demonstrate that multiplexing a total assay with five phosphoprotein assays can detect ...

Development of a Multiplex Bead-Based Assay for Antibody Screening of a Nonhuman Primate Colony on the Bio-Plex System

... conventional ELISA protocols. Bio-Plex Assay multiplexing was performed according to the following protocol: 1. Prepare ... assay than in the ELISA There was no loss of sensitivity when multiplexing Fewer false positives were detected with the multiplex assay ...

Prodesse gets new funding; improves flu assay

... Tom Shannon. "Prodesse's customers repeatedly tell us that we are on the leading edge of the accelerating molecular diagnostics revolution, with our multiplexing capabilities being particularly valuable. Our investors seem to agree. Prodesse remains the only company in the world to have successfully ...

Mix-and-Read, Bead- and Cell-Based Immunoassays Using the FMAT 8100 HTS System

... systems simple format, miniaturization in 384-well plates is now easy. Higher throughput can be achieved by the instruments color- and size-based multiplexing capabilities. A wide variety of HTS assays have already been adapted for the FMAT system, including live-cell receptor/ ligand binding4, ...

Multiplex protein detection with the ECL Plex fluorescent Western blotting system using the Ettan DIGE Imager

... conjugated antibodies, enabling detection in the low picogram range with high linearity and a dynamic range of nearly four orders of magnitude (1). multiplexing is another important property of the ECL Plex system, enabling blotting of two proteins simultaneously.

In an ECL Plex experiment, ...

Identification of Nonspecific Products Using Melt-Curve Analysis on the iCycler iQ Detection System, Rev A

... high efficiency. This is important for generating the best possible dynamic range for standard curves and more importantly for multiplexing with other genes. Melt-curve analysis assists in improving real-time assays because it identifies the products amplified in a ...

Rapid detection of genomic duplications and deletions using the Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer

... FISH. Southern blotting is time-consuming and laborious, and it is especially difficult to detect duplications. Quantitative PCR allows the multiplexing of up to 15 products in a single reaction, but has proved technically difficult in practice. The fact that each primer pair has to be ...

LiquiChip Kits for bead-based cytokine and kinase assays

... including LiquiChip beads, buffers, and detection reagents enhancing sample-to-sample and plate-to-plate reproducibility. The multiplexing capability of the LiquiChip System enables comprehensive sample profiling in a single well, using a minimal amount of material. ...
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