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Swift Biosciences Launches Accel-NGS™ 2S DNA Library Kit

Published: Monday, March 10, 2014
Last Updated: Monday, March 10, 2014
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Product dramatically reduces sample requirements for NGS sample prep.

Swift Biosciences, Inc. announces the launch of the Accel-NGS™ 2S DNA Library Kit for Illumina Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) systems.  

Incorporating patent-pending technology, the Swift “2S” kit provides linear yields from inputs ranging from 10 pg to 1 µg.  PCR-free libraries can be produced from as little as 100 ng.  Unlike other commercially available kits, exceptional quality and evenness of coverage are obtained even at very low levels of DNA input.  The product is also is ideally suited for clinical samples such as FFPE tissues and plasma.

Accel-NGS 2S enables NGS laboratories to stock and use a single kit for their varied DNA library needs, ranging from high molecular weight DNA to limited quantity, damaged FFPE samples. In addition to whole genome sequencing, Accel-NGS 2S is also compatible with the leading hybridization capture products and is suitable for ChIP-Seq. 

Built with usability in mind, the 2S protocol is readily automatable for those with high throughput applications.  The wide dynamic range of input makes pre-library quantification optional, further streamlining workflow.

See below to learn more about how the Accel-NGS 2S DNA Library Kit accelerates NGS library preparation.


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