Advanced Analytical

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. develops workflow solutions for nucleic acid analysis.

AATI develops and manufactures capillary electrophoresis based solutions for nucleic acid analysis. The instruments employ parallel capillary electrophoresis, with UV absorbance or fluorescence detection, to streamline nucleic acid analysis and alleviate analytic bottlenecks. AATI’s nucleic acid analysis solutions are ideal for any application, from NGS library QC and CRISPR/Cas9 mutation detection to determining oligonucleotide purity and genomic DNA analysis.

Upcoming Events

Sept 10
MipTec
Best Practice in NGS
Basel - Switzerland
Sept 14
NIH Research Festival
2017 Exhibit
Bethesda, MD - USA
Sept 17
JGM
Joint Glycobiology Meeting
Aachen - Germany

Recent News

AATI and Illumina Partner to Promote Scalable NGS QC Solutions

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc (AATI) is excited to partner with Illumina to support collaborations and co-marketing activities involving our Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE Systems for quality assessment of nucleic acids in Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) workflows. Assessing nucleic acid quality is essential for the success of NGS applications. The Fragment Analyzer provides a scalable method, tested by Illumina, for accurate analysis of a broad range of sample types in Illumina NGS library prep workflows, including genomic DNA, RNA, cell-free liquid biopsy, single-cell isolates, and prepared libraries before sequencing. Illumina has published an Application Note that provides an overview o

AATI Expands International Presence with Opening of Offices in the United Kingdom

On the heels of opening Advanced Analytical SARL in France last year, AATI is thrilled to announce the opening of our third international office.  Located approximately 40 miles northwest of London in Milton Keynes, England, the AATI UK office will provide direct sales and support to the entire United Kingdom.  With the opening of the latest international office, AATI now provides direct sales and support to 10 countries, continuing our dedication to providing our customers with a world class experience.

Federal Scientists Issue Report, State Need for Fragment Analyzers

Based out of Fort Detrick, Maryland, the U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity has written a report detailing the need of two Fragment Analyzer Automated CE Systems for use in the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System, DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL).  The report describes how the Fragment Analyzer meets the dynamic requirements of AFDIL and why the QIAxcel Advanced System, 2100 Bioanalyzer, 2200 Tapestation, and the LabChip GX Touch HT do not.

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