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  • 2014 Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award

    Published: Sunday, November 30th, 2014
    Tags: Awards, Fragment Analyzer

    The Fragment AnalyzerTM by Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. was awarded the Frost & Sullivan 2014 North American Sample Analysis New Product Innovation Award. According to Frost & Sullivan, “Overall, Advanced Analytical’s Fragment Analyzer boasts the greatest throughput and flexibility of similar technologies on the market and provides simple, innovative product features to improve laboratory workflow.”

  • Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. Instrument Empowers Discovery at the Delaware Biotechnology Institute

    Published: Monday, July 14th, 2014
    Tags: Corporate News, Customer Stories, Fragment Analyzer

    A leader in next generation sequencing applications – the Delaware Biotechnology Institute's (DBI) DNA Sequencing & Genotyping Center -- implements the Fragment AnalyzerTM capillary electrophoresis instrument to allow researchers to accelerate their discoveries. Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. (AATI), an Ames, Iowa-based analytical instrumentation company, makes the Fragment AnalyzerTM.

  • Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. CE Instrument Enables Research at Academia Sinica

    Published: Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
    Tags: Corporate News, Customer Stories, Fragment Analyzer

    The Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan, a leader in Next Generation Sequencing, is implementing the use of the Fragment AnalyzerTM as part of their research services efforts. Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. (AATI), an Ames, Iowa-based analytical instrumentation company, makes the Fragment Analyzer.

  • European Molecular Biology Laboratory

    Published: Wednesday, January 1st, 2014
    Tags: Corporate News, Customer Stories, Fragment Analyzer

    There is no sign that interest in massively parallel sequencing (MPS) will fade away anytime soon. Exactly the contrary is happening: application of this technique is spreading into more and more areas of basic as well as applied research. It is getting increasingly popular among researchers investigating genomes, transcriptomes, methylomes and other nucleic acid derived -omes of many different organisms, large and small. Also the capacity of sequencing instruments is on the rise. Thanks to the possibility of pooling many barcoded libraries in one 'lane' it is nowadays feasible to sequence simultaneously large numbers of samples.

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