Advanced Analytical

We are excited to be a part of Agilent and offer our customers a full line of high quality nucleic acid QC instruments to fit their needs.

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.

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Oct 3
10x UGM - Denver
Denver, CO
Oct 16 - 20
ASHG - American Society of Human Genetics
San Diego, CA
Oct 23
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Atlanta, GA

Recent News

AATI is Now Part of the Agilent Family

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. is excited to announce we are now a part of the Agilent family. With the completion of the transaction, AATI’s 109 employees are now part of Agilent’s newly formed Biomolecular Analysis Division. This division integrates capillary electrophoresis solutions from AATI with Agilent’s microfluidics business.

Read the complete press release.

Fragment Analyzer and FEMTO Pulse Featured in Labcompare

A feature article in LabCompare highlights the use of the Fragment Analyzer and the FEMTO Pulse in streamlining the preparation of different NGS libraries. Entitled, High-Throughput Capillary Electrophoresis: The Key to Streamlined Quality Analysis for Next-Gen Sequencing, this app note discusses the sizing and quantification benefits of parallel capillary electrophoresis, and how they extend to more challenging samples, such as cfDNA and high-molecular weight DNA.

PacBio Product Note Features FEMTO Pulse

We are thrilled to announce that a new product note from PacBio features the boundary-breaking FEMTO Pulse Automated Pulsed-Field CE Instrument. The product note, Fast, High-Resolution DNA Sizing with the FEMTO Pulse System, describes how the FEMTO Pulse supplants PFGE at every QC checkpoint during SMRTbell library construction.