Revvity Applied Genomics



Enabling HIV Epidemiology

ENABLING HIV EPIDEMIOLOGY Simplifying HIV Variant Tracking with Low Throughput Automation "Lab A" is an epidemiology lab tracking variants of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). They collect samples from approximately 16 people a day, amplify the whole viral genome with specific primers and the amplicons obtained are sequenced. An amplicon-based approach for whole genome sequencing (WGS) facilitates the analysis of [...]

January 26th, 2023|Categories: Lab Automation, Library Prep, NGS, Pathogen Surveillance, Uncategorized|

Reducing Errors From Low-throughput Library Prep

10 THINGS THAT CAN (AND DO) GO WRONG WITH MANUAL LIBRARY PREP How To Minimize Human Error in Low Throughput NGS Workflows There are many steps during library preparation where human error can be introduced. These errors can negatively impact the reliability and accuracy of sequencing data and waste valuable samples. In this post we describe a few [...]

January 13th, 2023|Categories: Lab Automation, Library Prep, Liquid Handling, Microfluidics, NGS|

Tips on Establishing a Reliable Cell-Free DNA Workflow from Plasma Samples

Analyzing circulating cell free DNA (ccfDNA) offers a non-invasive, dynamic window into the body’s physiological state and its use as a biomarker is gaining rapidly. However, multiple challenges remain with establishing its routine application. This is mainly due to its low levels, high rates of fragmentation, and preanalytical variabilities associated with sample collection, cfDNA extraction and quantification. Here, we go through some tips on how one can establish a reliable cfDNA workflow from plasma samples.

October 4th, 2022|Categories: Biobanking, Biomarker Discovery, Cancer Research, cfDNA, Liquid Handling, Nucleic Acid Isolation|

Pandemic Preparedness and Prevention

SURVEILLANCE PLANS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS AND PREVENTION The main lesson being learned from the COVID-19 pandemic is the importance of detecting cases early, following up on close contacts and preventing further disease spread for as long as possible. Other new and emerging diseases can affect us anywhere and at any time. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and [...]

October 3rd, 2022|Categories: 2019-nCoV, Pathogen Surveillance, webinar|

Meeting IVDR Requirements and More with New CE-IVD chemagic™ Nucleic Acid Purification Kits

Meeting IVDR Requirements and More with New CE-IVD chemagic™ Nucleic Acid Purification Kits | In vitro diagnostic (IVD) manufacturers have been busy bees in the past months, working intensively to meet the new European Union regulations known as the European In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Device Regulation (EU IVDR) that come into play 26th May 2022.

June 10th, 2022|Categories: NGS, Nucleic Acid Isolation, qPCR, RT-PCR, Uncategorized|

The Human Cell Atlas – Expanding the Understanding of Human Health and Disease

The Human Cell Atlas – Expanding the Understanding of Human Health and Disease | The international Human Cell Atlas (HCA) consortium was established to increase our understanding of human health and disease using single cell genomics and spatial imaging technologies to map every cell type in the human body.

May 27th, 2022|Categories: Single Cell Profiling, Uncategorized|

On Demand Webinar: Empowering AgriGenomics Through Technology

WEBINAR | This on-demand webinar explores innovative, reliable workflows developed to propel the efficiency of your genomics-based agricultural research workflows.

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