New Multiomics Technologies

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NanoString Technologies CosMx

Explore spatial biology at single-cell resolution when you use the CosMx.  High-plex RNA panels (1,000–6,000 targets) detect transcripts across a wide dynamic range, including low expressors. 

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Illumina NovaSeq X Plus

Psomagen is making the LEAP — we're investing in the latest and greatest technology recently announced by Illumina. Our clients will have access to faster and more robust short-read sequencing on the Illumina NovaSeq X series.

XLEAP-SBS™ technology improves on sequencing by synthesis for improved data accuracy and machine performance. Dual flow cells allow for up to 16 Tb output per run — that's 48 genomes per run, or 26 billion reads per flow cell.

Built-in data analysis means we can run multiple applications simultaneously. That means you get your data faster than ever before.

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10x Genomics Chromium X

Chromium X simplifies, automates, and scales single-cell analysis with its proprietary Next Gen technology. Each of these single-cell partitions contains a unique barcode for downstream analysis, allowing researchers to generate millions of single cells. This system ushers in a new standard in flexibility for single cell technology.  Coupled with our new Illumina NovaSeq X Plus, the Chromium X brings robust and cost effective scRNAseq and targeted content. 

It is now possible to discover previously unattainable biological information when innovative reagent delivery systems are combined with turnkey software analysis tools.

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PacBio Revio

With PacBio's Revio system, long reads, exceptional accuracy, and direct methylation detection can now be complemented with affordability, high throughput, and ease of use. The system has demonstrated applications in genomics, epigenomics, and transcriptomics with exceptional accuracy, with 90% of bases ≥Q30 and median read accuracy ≥Q30.

The Revio can produce 360 Gb of HiFi reads per day, equivalent to 1,300 human whole genomes per year.  In a single run, this technology provides small variants, structural variants, repeat expansions, methylation, and haplotype phasing. With four independent stages, the Revio can sequence multiple samples and applications simultaneously. 

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10x Genomics Xenium Analyzer

Spatial biology has arrived at Psomagen - with the addition of 10X Genomics' Xenium Analyzer to our toolbelt! In situ profiling is a powerful platform that lets you assess the relationship between cellular structure and function like never before. With the Xenium Analyzer, gain access to curated or standalone custom panels, powerful visualization software, and an easy-to-follow workflow.

Profile the RNA or protein content of fresh frozen or FFPE samples. Data is processed simultaneously with the assay, and data is delivered in a format compatible with many data analysis platforms.

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Whole Plasmid Sequencing

Go further with long-read sequencing at Psomagen! Whole plasmid sequencing explores all of the genetic material in a plasmid, with no primers, a 16 - 24 business hour TAT, and high accuracy.

Improved chemistry and long-read technology make it possible to conduct difficult region sequencing, bacterial and fungal identification, SNPs and primer walking.

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Honeycomb Biotechnologies HIVE

For the multi-omic analysis of single-cell samples, the HIVE scRNAseq solution includes a portable, handheld, one-time-use device for gentle sample capture, robust storage, and easy processing.

Collect samples, including fragile cells, with no special equipment necessary. mRNA technology stores samples in a stable environment that can be frozen for easy shipping to Psomagen for sequencing. 

Honeycomb's BeeNext software makes for easy analysis and a better understanding of your samples. Single-cell just got that much better.


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