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Expert Balance

Expertly balances clinical utility and ease of use

Screen, identify & semi-quantify Known & Unknown targets with much more confidence

Identified Polar, a nonpolar compound in a single run

>12 min Run & Analysis time (Sample to Report)

Curated Library & Methods for over 6000+ Toxicology relevant compounds & their metabolites


New compound can be added in few clicks

UHPLC combined with true MSn and comprehensive Drug Libraries

Features of QF PCR

Single Report

Single Report

Single reports using GeneMarker™ and GeneMapper® software applications

Simple Analysis

Simple Analysis

Simple analysis and all validated kits.



Simple, Single tube reaction set.

Benefits of QF PCR

Easy determination of chromosome specific STR

The observation of an extra STR allele as either a three peak pattern in a 1:1:1 ratio or two peak pattern in a 2:1 or 1:2 peak ratio is diagnostic of the presence of an additional sequence, which in turn may represent an additional chromosome as in the case of a trisomy.

Least Turnaround Time

Turnaround reporting times of less than 24 hours from sample receipt are easily achievable

Best Compatibility with most systems

It is compatible with most commonly employed DNA extraction protocols, thermal cyclers and capillary electrophoresis instruments.

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An instrument for every need:

Integrated benchtop system for Research Labs

For Core Labs and High Sample Throughput

nCounter Life Science Assays:

nCounter Elements™:

Expandable with Additional Prep Station:

Enterprise Package:

PROSIGNA optional add-on:

Runs Per Day:

Throughput (Lanes Per Day):

Hands on Time:

Reaction Volume Required:

Linear Dynamic Range:









10 mins

Up to 35 µl

6 x10* total count

12 lanes/6 hours








15 mins

Up to 30 µl

7 x10* total count

12 lanes/2.5 hours

nCounter Sprint
nCounter Flex

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Powerful integration:

The IR Biotyper and Bruker’s MALDI Biotyper can now be combined into a single seamless workflow. Data from the MALDI Biotyper® – which uses MALDI-TOF MS to identify microorganisms to species or genus level within a few minutes – can be imported into the IR Biotyper software, and once analyzed, the entire set of results can be exported to the laboratory’s LIMS in CSV format.

Simple Workflows for Rapid Processing

iST Kit for Rapid Protein Sample Preparation

Analysis by DART-MS relies on a gas-phase ionization mechanism. Initial generation of the ionizing species is by a corona discharge with helium or nitrogen which delivers excited gas atoms that, upon their release into the atmosphere, initiates a cascade of gas-phase reactions. This results in reagent ions created from atmospheric water or (solvent) vapor in the vicinity of the surface subject to analysis where they affect a chemical ionization process. DART ionization processes can generate positive or negative ions, predominantly even-electron specie

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Quantitative fluorescent polymerase chain reaction (QF-PCR) can be applied to the detection of chromosome copy number by amplification of repeat sequences at polymorphic loci. These repeat sequences are amplified by PCR, and the labelled products are separated by gel electrophoresis.

An allele pattern of two equal peaks within the same chromosomal region is diagnostic of two copies of the target region, whereas three peaks within the same chromosomal region or two peaks with a ratio of 2 : 1 are indicative of trisomy for the target region. This diagnostic approach was first suggested in 1993, and prospective studies were carried out in the mid 1990s, followed by the development of a QF-PCR-based test for sex chromosome imbalance.



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