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  • New Kit for Large DNA Fragment Analysis

    Published: Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
    Tags: Fragment Analyzer, Regent Kits

    Fast and accurate analysis of large DNA fragments and smears is of the utmost importance as downstream applications become more sophisticated. Traditional methods, such as pulse-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE), are reliant upon agarose gels that lack precision and accuracy, and are extremely time consuming. To this end AATI has developed a new kit specifically for the analysis of large DNA samples, such as the next-generation long read sequencing libraries produced by Pacific Biosciences kits.

  • Automation Enhances Next-Generation Sequencing Workflows

    Published: Wednesday, January 27th, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, Fragment Analyzer, Fragment Analyzer INFINITY, Publications

    The Fragment AnalyzerTM and the Fragment Analyzer INFINITYTM were recently featured in an article published by American Laboratory®. The article discussed the trend of genomics laboratories becoming increasingly high-throughput environments and how the instruments made by AATI fit into this changing landscape.

  • AATI has another record year of growth

    Published: Friday, January 1st, 2016
    Tags: Corporate News, Fragment Analyzer

    2016 has picked up where 2015 left off. January 2016 set a high bar with revenue growing over 81% from January 2015. "It's a single measurement point, but the trend has recently been in our favor," added Mr. Thompson, "Revenue is on the rise and so is profitability, for that trend to continue we have to accelerate innovation to bring the next right product at the right time."

  • New CRISPR/Cas9 Mutation Detection Kit

    Published: Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
    Tags: CRISPR, Fragment Analyzer, Regent Kits

    CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing is revolutionizing biology, from the treatment of disease to the modification of crops. While it is now easier than ever to edit, insert or knockdown a gene in practically any organism, effective and efficient methods for identifying CRISPR induced mutations have lagged. AATI has recently developed and released a new reagent kit for the accurate and rapid identification of gene editing events after CRISPR mutagenesis on the Fragment Analyzer™.

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