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Old 03-05-2013, 06:32 AM   #1
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Default PCR-free NGS Libraries from 5 ng of Input DNA

Hello SEQanswers community!

Now you can produce PCR-free NGS libraries from DNA input quantities as low as 5 ng with Accel-NGS™ from Swift Biosciences.

Why Accel-NGS excels in NGS library prep:

• The only commercially available kit capable of producing libraries from low DNA input without PCR (PCR-free minimizes base composition bias and fidelity issues)
• Ultra-low input requirements, as little as 5 ng
• Fast - only 75 minutes start-to-finish
• Streamlined, 5-step protocol that can be easily automated
• Unique, two-step adaptation process reduces adapter dimer formation to maximize sequencing output
• Does not require intact, double-stranded DNA; ideal for FFPE and damaged samples
• Optional barcoding
• Attractive pricing

Want to learn more and see how Accel-NGS compares with other kits? Click here and discover how Accel-NGS can accelerate your DNA library construction.

Feel free to post any questions here, or send us an email at customerservice@swiftbiosci.com.

Many happy library preps!
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My lab would be interested if you had a kit for the MiSeq. Sent an email to your customer service- if you need willing participants I'd love to try a few environmental libraries.
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Stay tuned for Accel-NGS launches for additional NGS platforms - we expect to have more information for you in the near future and will update this post and our website as soon as they are available. We are interested in working with early access/beta testers and will follow up with those interested directly. Thanks!
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We have a MiSeq and an Ion Proton in house, and several groups in addition to my own are trying to make libraries with tiny amounts of DNA/RNA.

We would be very interested in this technology and would be happy to beta test. Please email me if this is something you could do.
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:56 AM   #5
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Today we are announcing an Early Access Program for our Accel-NGS™ DNA Library Kit for Illumina platforms. To learn more about the kit and our Early Access Program, please visit the following link:

http://www.swiftbiosci.com/products/...na-ngs-systems

Thank you for your interest in our products.
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Old 06-28-2013, 09:57 PM   #6
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Today we are announcing an Early Access Program for our Accel-NGS™ DNA Library Kit for Illumina platforms. To learn more about the kit and our Early Access Program, please visit the following link:

http://www.swiftbiosci.com/products/...na-ngs-systems

Thank you for your interest in our products.
So from 5 ng to 250 ng...? Ecoli vs. what?
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