NEXTGENPCR: 30 cycli, 3 temperatures, less than 2 minutes

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See 2 minute PCR at the ASHG

Molecular Biology Systems will be exhibiting at this year’s American Society of Human Genetics Conference from October 15-19, 2019 in Houston, USA. MBS is looking forward to meeting those attending. To learn more about NextGenPCR, stop by Booth 107 any time during the exhibit.


MBS introduces NextGenPCR. Using SBS-plate format a 100bp fragment can be amplified in 2 minutes (30 cycles, 3 temperatures). Longer fragments take slightly longer, but will still be amplified in minutes rather than hours. This versatile system lets you run 96-well plates and 384-well plates without changing blocks. Volumes range from 3 to 50 microliters. The technology has proven to work over a wide range of application.



For more information about American Society of Human Genetics Conference 2019, visit their website.

We hope to see you in Houston, USA!

 

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JULY
Webinar on NextGenPCR by Gert de Vos (founder & CEO of MBS) still available for viewing

Until now PCR instruments have relied on Peltier elements to heat and cool an aluminum or silver block, accommodating 96 or 384 polypropylene tubes, holding PCR-mixes. Using this technology PCR times, for 30 cycle, 3-temperature reactions, are usually between 50 and 150 minutes. Now, NEXTGENPCR is redefining fast. The thermocycler introduces a new way to heat and cool the samples instantly, with virtually no ramp rates, losing no time getting the samples to the desired temperature.

The user can go from melting to annealing in less than 0.1 second. For a 100 base pair fragment, total reaction time is as low as 2 minutes, with 700 base pairs being amplified in 10 minutes. Adding NEXTGENPCR into workflows results in higher sample throughput. Using optimized applications, more than 10 full plate experiments per hour become possible. Operated at capacity this would mean 80, 384-well plates per day, resulting in more than 30,000 datapoints per day; far beyond the capabilities of common thermocyclers.

Gert held a live presentation about the NextGenPCR on May 31st. During the presentation, Gert has focused on the technology behind NEXTGENPCR. Special attention has paid to publications detailing 2 minute PCR data and how NEXTGENPCR amplified all 29 fragments of the BRCA1 gene in less than 10 minutes for subsequent Sanger sequencing.
The video is still possible to view. To watch the video, please click on the link below and register.

 

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The webinar is sponsored by our distributor in the US and Canada: Canon Biomedical

 

 

 

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Partnership rapidly provides NEXTGENPCR to US and Canadian customers

Amsterdam, April 23rd 2018:

Dutch biotechnology company Molecular Biology Systems (MBS) today announced it will launch its revolutionary NEXTGENPCR thermal cycler in the US and Canada through Canon BioMedical, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc. focused on empowering the biomedical research and healthcare communities by developing, manufacturing, and marketing innovative technologies and solutions.

According to the latest surveys, the global life sciences instrumentation market continues to grow at a CAGR of 8.2% and is predicted to be worth $85.1 billion by 2022. The US and Canada account for the largest share, fueled by a rapid adoption rate of novel technologies, the large number of life science research studies conducted in the region, and increased funding for life science research activities.

Read the whole article:  MBS Inks Deal with Canon BioMedical

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Superfast cycler stuns genomics community with sub-2 minute protocols

Amsterdam, July, 2017: Dutch biotechnology company Molecular Biology Systems(MBS) today reported major interest for its revolutionary NEXTGENPCR thermal cycler following the appearance of the first production models at the recent ESGH and LABVOLUTION meetings.

Described as the first real advance in thermal cycling for 15 years, the NEXTGENPCR dramatically slashes current time-consuming DNA amplification from hours to minutes.

Read the whole article: MBS-Post ESHG_LABVOLUTION Ver 1.5.09

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Demand grows for superfast cycler after LABVOLUTION and ESHG showing

Amsterdam, July, 2017: Dutch biotechnology company Molecular Biology Systems(MBS) today announced it has signed an exclusive distributor agreement for its revolutionary NEXTGENPCR thermal cycler with Isogen Life Sciences. This follows highly successful showings of the first production models at the recent ESHG and LABVOLUTIONS meetings. The distributorship covers both Benelux where Isogen has facilities in De Meern (Netherlands) and Temse (Belgium and Luxembourg) and Spain, which is managed from Barcelona.

Read the whole article: MBS-ISOGEN Ver 1.5.09

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