Quantabio Redefines Run Times and Workflows for qPCR and NGS Library Quantification American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting

 Team to demonstrate run times for qPCR applications as low as 25 minutes and NGS library quantification as low as 32 minutes  

BEVERLY, Mass. – Oct. 12, 2018 – Quantabio, a leading provider of robust DNA and RNA amplification reagents for the most demanding molecular testing and life science research applications, today announced its lineup of podium and poster presentations at the upcoming American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) Annual Meeting in San Diego, California on Oct. 16-20, 2018. During the meeting, Quantabio will showcase the ultra-fast data acquisition capabilities and unrivaled performance of the Q qPCR cycler, along with its entire line of Sample Prep, PCR, RT-PCR, qPCR and NGS reagents at booth #1516.

During the presentations, Quantabio’s Senior Director of Research and Development, David Schuster, will demonstrate how the company’s technology is redefining qPCR and NGS library quantification workflows and run times. He will show how the compact Q cycler rapidly heats and cools samples to generate high-quality, real-time qPCR data in as little as 25 minutes, and how it combines with the company’s proprietary library quantification chemistries to enable run times as low as 32 minutes, which is up to a 60 percent improvement over conventional qPCR technology. Quantabio will also present scientific posters that highlight the company’s full portfolio of NGS sparQ DNA library preparation kits that feature single tube solutions to improve performance, workflows and costs.

Co-Lab Scientific Presentation

New Q qPCR Cycler Redefines Run Time to as Little as 25 Minutes While Enhancing Performance for Molecular Testing Applications

WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 18th at 2:30 – 3:00 pm
WHERE: CoLab #3; Booth 241
FOR WHO: All ASHG attendees are welcome to join. Be sure to arrive early as seating is limited
FEATURED PRESENTER: David Schuster, Senior Director of Research and Development at Quantabio

Scientific Posters

A new thermostable reverse transcriptase improves sensitivity, specificity and time to result for multiplex RT PCR-based detection and  quantification of RNA

WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 17th  at 2:00 – 4:00 pm
WHERE:  1791W

Rapid and accurate quantification of Illumina NGS libraries using the Q real-time qPCR instrument
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 19th  at 2:00 – 4:00 pm
WHERE:  1799F

Single-tube solutions to streamline DNA library preparation and improve sequencing results while lowering costs
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 19th  at 2:00 – 4:00 pm
WHERE:  1805F

Simple, high quality and cost-effective library preparation solutions for NGS
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 19th  at 2:00 – 4:00 pm
WHERE:  1820F 

 

About Quantabio

Quantabio is a leading provider of advanced DNA and RNA amplification reagents for the most demanding molecular testing applications in applied, translational and life science research.  The Quantabio team leverages decades of experience in developing pioneering amplification technologies to deliver cutting-edge products to researchers focused on critical PCR, qPCR and Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) based applications. Based in Beverly, Mass., Quantabio offers a growing portfolio of products through its international sales operations, as well as a global network of distributors and commercial service providers. For more information, please visit www.quantabio.com.