Archer™ products use Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) to generate target-enriched libraries for next-generation sequencing to detect gene rearrangements, such as fusions, insertions/deletions (indels), copy number variations (CNVs) and single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). And with the acquisition of the Enzymatics Enzyme Solutions business by Qiagen, ArcherDX was formed to continue to provide FusionPlex™ assays and a continually increasing catalog Continue Reading »
QIAGEN acquires Enzymatics enzyme solutions unit, a leading enabler of NGS applications Enzymatics products used in 80% of all global NGS sequencing reactions Strengthens QIAGEN’s universal NGS product offering and strategy to offer complete NGS workflows from sample to insight Adds comprehensive R&D, manufacturing, formulation and analytical capabilities in enzymology Strategic partnership formed with ArcherDX, Continue Reading »
Dear Valued Customer, Since our founding in 2006, Enzymatics has been passionately committed to supporting your efforts to create groundbreaking genomic technologies with the best molecular biology enzymes, assays, and kits. We continually implement strategies to improve our business, and I am pleased to inform you that Enzymatics’ Enzyme Solutions business has merged with QIAGEN, Continue Reading »
December 10th, 2014 9:30 AM MST Enzymatics hosted a webinar by Brian Kudlow, PhD, Group Lead and Senior R&D Scientist at Enzymatics. Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) is a novel technology to prepare target-enriched libraries from both RNA and DNA inputs for gene rearrangement detection and characterization by next-generation sequencing (NGS). AMP™ enriches for target fragments Continue Reading »
The Archer Analysis Pipeline has been updated from version 2.1 to 3.0 to bring greater functionality, faster analysis and more comprehensive reporting. The Archer Analysis Pipeline 3.0 is now available for download. New features include fusion visualization, variant effect prediction, known fusion database and faster analysis time.The Archer Analysis Pipeline has been updated to version Continue Reading »
Archer™ by Enzymatics is headed to the Canada NGS Symposium! The symposium will bring together leading NGS specialists to discuss ideas, applications, instrumentation, methods, and best practices in NGS. Archer™ by Enzymatics is showcasing its best-in-class fusion detection technology Anchored Multiplex PCR and Enzymatics’ Brady Culver, Senior Scientist, will speak on “Sequencing applications of Anchored Multiplex PCR in Continue Reading »
Enzymatics, Inc. is hosting a webinar by distinguished sarcoma pathologist Alex Lazar, MD, PhD, Director of Sarcoma & Melanoma Molecular Diagnostics at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. Continue Reading »
The Archer Analysis Pipeline Version 2.1 has the following new features and bug fixes: New Functionality Improved detection of complex gene fusions After mapping of the reads with Burrow Wheeler Alignment (BWA), we have improved the sensitivity of fusion detection by using BLAST and MUSCLE to find the correct mapping of the consensus to the Continue Reading »
May 20, 2014 9:00 AM MDT — Enzymatics, Inc. is hosting a webinar by renowned cancer pathologist Dr. Iafrate, Associate Professor in Pathology at Harvard Medical School. His presentation, Clinically Actionable Gene Fusions Detected with NGS, will focus on recent developments in his laboratory enabling multiplex detection of gene fusions by next-generation sequencing. A peek at the future of personalized medicine, this novel detection methodology permits stratification of patients into actionable trial groups based on the nature of the mutations and gene fusions unique to that patient. Continue Reading »
We’ve appreciated your feedback on the Archer Analysis Pipeline and are pleased to show you the fruits of your requests as Dr. Thon deBoer presents this webinar on New Archer Pipeline Features and Updates.
You’ll get a sneak peak at some of the new capabilities and enhancements, like the ability to probe DNA/RNA mutations and enumerate copy number variations, graphical metrics output, and better progress indications.
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