Applied Biosystems Pty Ltd
|Phone:||03 9730 8600|
|Fax:||03 9730 8799|
52 Rocco Drive , Scoresby VIC 3179 (Directions)
TaqMan mutation detection assays detect and measure somatic mutations in genes associated with cancer.
The Ion Torrent Ion OneTouch System is an automated sample preparation system for the Ion Personal Genome Machine (PGM) sequencer that eliminates complexity, reduces hands-on time to 5 min and offers walk-away convenience.
Life Technologies has announced an advancement in capillary electrophoresis (CE) sequencing reagents that simplifies the Sanger sequencing workflow by combining post-PCR clean-up and cycle sequencing into a single step and allows reads as close as one base from the primer using POP-7 polymer.
The Life Technologies Ion Personal Genome Machine (PGM) sequencer uses semiconductor sequencing technology.
The Life Technologies 5500xl SOLiD Sequencer has been designed to deliver fast and accurate genomic data for cancer biology and genetic disease research.
The ViiA 7 real-time PCR system seamlessly integrates a variety of quantitative PCR (qPCR) and genotyping applications.
The Dx Genetic Analyzer is now available in Australia and New Zealand as an in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical device as an IVD medical device.
The Applied Biosystems 7500 Fast Dx real-time PCR instrument is now available as a platform suitable for in vitro diagnostics (IVD) use in Australia and New Zealand. Clinical laboratories that develop in vitro molecular diagnostic assays in oncology, genetic disease and infectious disease can leverage the instrument’s regulatory status to develop tests for clinical applications.
Asuragen and Life Technologies have achieved CE-marking and commercial launch in Europe of the BCR/ABL1 Quant Test, Asuragen’s clinically validated and cGMP manufactured test intended to aid clinicians in the monitoring and treatment of individuals afflicted with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML). Asuragen manufactures the monitoring test, which is exclusively distributed by Life Technologies and runs on the company’s Applied Biosystems CE-marked 7500 Fast Dx Real-Time PCR Instrument.
The SOLiD Total RNA-Seq Kit offers a streamlined solution for the construction of next-generation sequencing libraries for either whole transcriptome or small RNA analysis. The optimised kit enables hypothesis-neutral discovery of coding RNA, non-coding RNA, novel transcripts, alternate splicing, small RNAs and isoforms, while maintaining accurate sequence representation and preserving strand orientation.
The SOLiD PI System is an accurate, flexible and easy-to-use genomic analysis platform that will bring next-generation sequencing within the grasp of all life science research laboratories.
The Myco Scan Kit can be used to do rapid and reliable Mycoplasma contamination using real-time PCR.
The Attune Acoustic Focusing Cytometer has been designed to use sound waves to precisely control the movement of cells. The introduction of this technology provides several benefits, including enhanced sample throughput, sensitivity and accuracy for a range of cell biology applications.
LifeTechnologies has launched a genetic analysis system designed to optimise data quality and deliver increased reliability, performance, quality assurance and ease of use specifically for forensic DNA testing laboratories.
Applied Biosystems has announced a line of TaqMan real-time PCR assays that enable researchers to rapidly detect and quantify proteins in human cell samples. The TaqMan Protein Expression Assays enable researchers to correlate relative levels of specific proteins with cell functions and behaviours, such as different disease conditions, or states of pluripotency or differentiation in stem cells.
TaqMan Protein Expression Assays are real-time PCR assays that quantify proteins in human cells and provide a method for stem cell research.
Forensic DNA kits with chemistry reagents, the AmpFISTR Identifiler Direct, Identifiler Plus and NGM PCR Amplification Kits provide good performance, efficiency and data quality, enabling fast recovery of more DNA results from a wider range of samples.
Applied Biosystems has released genomic analysis tools that will help researchers in studies that associate genetic variation with specific diseases. These tools, known as the MeltDoctor High-Resolution Melt (HRM) Reagents, are for research use only and are part of a PCR-based workflow.
Designed with ease of use in mind, the 3500 Series Genetic Analyzers operate on standard power outlets and have no need for heat-ducting infrastructure. With an increased throughput, faster run times, innovative reagents and intuitive software, the 3500 Series is suited to capillary sequencing and fragment analysis.
Applied Biosystems recently announced that its research and development scientists used human disease samples from the Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center to sequence an entire human genome in a single run at 17-fold coverage using the SOLiD 3 System.
The Invitrogen Neon Transfection Device is a benchtop tool that enables researchers to better understand the functions of cells, genes and proteins. This device simplifies the delivery of DNA, RNA and proteins into a wide range of mammalian cell types, especially difficult-to-transfect cells, such as many types of primary and stem cells.
DiaGenic and Applied Biosystems have launched BCtect, a blood-based test for early detection of breast cancer. The test searches for a unique gene expression signature using a custom TaqMan array.
Applied Biosystems has expanded its suite of bioinformatics solutions to include de novo assembly of small organisms on the Solid 3 System, the company’s sequencing platform that enables the comprehensive analysis of genomes, transcriptomes and epigenomes.
The Solid System DNA sequencing platform is claimed to enable new ways of performing genetic analysis applications.
Applied Biosystems and its joint venture partner, Sciex, have announced the release of a food testing method intended to help public health laboratories and food manufacturers improve food safety.
Variant Reporter software is designed to accelerate the analysis of genetic variation data. The Variant Reporter Software reduces manual review time of these data by automating the detection of genetic variants and streamlining the data analysis process. Applied Biosystems expects that the software can reduce by up to half the time currently required to evaluate genetic variation data generated during medical sequencing projects.
Applied Biosystems and its joint venture partner, MDS Sciex have announced the global availability of a drug discovery application that enables pharmaceutical companies and contract research organisations to more quickly and accurately screen drug candidates.
The Applied Biosystems TargetSeq Resequencing System is a software system for high-throughput directed or medical sequencing designed for use with Applied Biosystems 3730 and 3730x1 DNA Analysers.
Applied Biosystems has introduced four gene signature panels as part of its TaqMan low density array range for real-time PCR applications.
Applied Biosystems and MDS Sciex have released the API 5000 LC/MS/MS System, an addition to its API family of triple quadrupole analysers.