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  • AATI France opens in Europe expanding the AATI international Operations

    Published: Thursday, September 8th, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, France Office

    Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. is excited to announce our expansion into France with the opening of our French subsidiary, Advanced Analytical Technologies, SARL. The new office, established in the Genopole Bio-Cluster, is 30 minutes south of the Paris city center. The Genopole research park is an ideal location as it hosts companies and researchers who are at the forefront of molecular biology and genomics research in France.

  • AATI to be honored with Economic Impact Award

    Published: Thursday, September 8th, 2016
    Tags: Awards, Corporate News

    Over the past several years, Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. has undergone tremendous growth, which has had a strong positive economic impact on Central Iowa. In recognition of this impact, AATI will be honored with an Economic Impact Award by The Greater Des Moines Partnership for our investment in the region’s economic vitality and quality of life. Dr. Steven J. Lasky, CEO of AATI, will accept the award November 16, 2016.

  • The Fragment Analyzer expands global influence

    Published: Monday, August 29th, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, Fragment Analyzer

    AATI and the Fragment Analyzer are gaining momentum around the world as more researchers learn about the unparalleled level of accuracy and precision provided by the Fragment Analyzer. Recently, a joint seminar – organized by AATI distributor Fannin Limited and Illumina Sales representatives – was held at Crumlin Hospital in Dublin, Ireland.

  • Fragment Analyzer helps unravel the genetics of a classic biology example

    Published: Friday, June 17th, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, Fragment Analyzer, Publications

    he story of the peppered moth is a classic example of microevolution taught in contemporary biology courses. Biologists in the United Kingdom noted the darkening of the peppered moths’ wings in response to coal soot blackened tree trunks during the Industrial Revolution. While this was a clear example of microevolution, the genetics behind this change were unknown until recently.

  • Genome Editing & Gene Modulation International Congress takes place in Oxford

    Published: Monday, April 11th, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, CRISPR

    While in attendance at The Genome Editing & and Gene Modulation International Congress, Dr. Kyle Luttgeharm presented on the Development of a high throughput screening protocol for rapid identification of mutated alleles. The talk highlighted work done at AATI developing a method to simply and efficiently identify CRISPR/Cas9 induced mutations within a target sequence. With most work on CRISPR/Cas9 focused on the efficient editing of genes and genomes, the work at AATI stood out as methods of mutation detection have lagged behind the ability to precisely engineer genes and genomes.

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