QIAGEN at AMP Europe 2018 Video: NGS Assay Development Lead Dr. Simon Hughes discusses recent studies for the QIAact Lung All in One panel and the Myeloid panel for the GeneReader NGS workflow at AMP Europe 2018.
NGS and bioinformatics
QIAGEN had the pleasure of taking part in an NGS Bioinformatics Challenge run by the German Society for Pathology on the 9th and 10th of November in Halle, Germany. Three commercial organizations were supplied with vcf files from twelve samples sequenced using Illumina MiSeq™ Systems and the IonTorrent platform at Erlangen, Cologne Berlin. The identity… Read article →
For decades, tissue-conserving surgery coupled with chemotherapy (either preceding or following surgery, depending on the size of the tumor(s)) followed by radiation has been the standard of care for the majority of cancers. Over the past fifteen years, chemoradiotherapy (concurrently dosing a patient with chemotherapy and radiation) has improved the overall survival rates especially for… Read article →
Watch Dr. Atil Bisgil from Cukurova University, Turkey talk about expanding to microbiome research with the GeneReader NGS System. He discusses the pressures faced in a laboratory focused on next generation sequencing and research, looking toward the future of high-throughput NGS testing and expanding to microbiome research with the GeneReader.
Recent statistics have placed lung cancers as the second most common form of cancer and by far the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women (1). With poor survival rates using current treatments, gaining a better understanding of the underlying molecular drivers of lung cancers has been the focus of numerous research… Read article →
New improved chemistry for first Sample to Insight next-generation sequencing solution to be made available to first customers in December 2016 Charlotte, North Carolina, and Hilden, Germany, November 9, 2016 – QIAGEN N.V. (NASDAQ: QGEN; Frankfurt Prime Standard: QIA) today announced the validation of new and improved sequencing chemistry for its GeneReader NGS System, the… Read article →
The global DNA sequencing capacity is increasing 3x-5x per year, leading to an unprecedented flood of biological data. Already, the output of biological data amounts to 15 petabytes a year (the equivalent of >3 million DVDs) and its amount doubles every 9 months, making it hard for scientists to keep up and put the information… Read article →