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The Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System

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The Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System is a fluorescence-based capillary electrophoresis instrument for both sizing and quantifying nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). By using a sensitive intercalating dye coupled with a powerful LED light source, Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System obviates the need for fluorescent labeled primers and can be used to separate dsDNA fragments and RNA (mRNA and total RNA). The Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System is the most flexible system on the market today, with the greatest sensitivity, the highest separation resolution over a wide range, the widest dynamic range and the fastest separation times.

This instrument comes available for customers who wish to run either 12 samples or 96 samples at a time.

Currently kits are available to:

• quantify and qualify NGS fragments.
• quantify and qualify RNA.
• quantify and qualify genomic DNA.
• do Mutation Detection, also known as TILLiNG, a reverse genetics technique.

The application kits help laboratories to streamline workflow and avoid bottlenecks typically found with competitive lab-on-a-chip methods. Gels formulated to provide high resolution separation are also available for general fragment analysis, such as SSR/microsatellites, small and large PCR fragments (amplicons) and resolve fragments sized between 10 bp and 40,000 bp with resolution down to 2bp.

Each and every kit is performance-tested prior to shipment to ensure quality, accuracy and ease of use for customers. Most kits require a single pipetting step before placement of the sample plate onto the instrument.

An analytical software package, PROSize™, greatly reduces post-separation analysis time. Put them all together — the instrument itself, the QC-tested application kits, and the analytical software — and the combination makes the Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System a powerful package for reducing labor and improving lab workflow and throughput.

Product The Fragment Analyzer™ Automated CE System
Company Advanced Analytical Technologies
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Advanced Analytical Technologies
2711 S. Loop Dr, Suite 4150 Ames, IA 50010

Tel: 515-296-6600
Fax: 515-294-7141
Email: sales-ce@aati-us.com



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