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Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Introducing the only true end-to-end NGS workflow

sponsored by Thermo Scientific

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November 23, 2021

Whilst many NGS workflows are advertised as “end to end”, we believe that the Ion Torrent™ Genexus™ System and assay menu represents the only true end-to-end solution at the market. 2 instruments, 1 software and assays, all from one supplier will enable you go from biological specimen to report in as little as 1 day, involving only 20 min hand on time.

In this webinar we will introduce 3 laboratories who have experience with this solution. They will explain how and why they decided to use it and share their opinion on the value of true end-to-end NGS solution In addition, Jon Sherlock, director of product manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, will outline the company’s plans for making these products compliant with IVDR.

Learning Objectives:

  • Hear experience from different laboratories using Ion Torrent Genexus System and Oncomine Precision Assay
  • Learn about Thermo Fisher Scientific plan for IVDR transition in 2022
  • Have a chance to ask questions and get answers live concerning both topics

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