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NuGEN Announces Key Offerings that Eliminate Critical Bottlenecks for NGS Sample Preparation

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NuGEN®, the provider of innovative RNA and DNA amplification and sample preparation technologies for breakthrough genomic analysis, today announced the introduction of its Encore NGS Library/Multiplex Systems and the Ovation 3'-DGE System. Together with the Ovation RNA-Seq System, launched in 2009, NuGEN is continuing to provide life sciences researchers with innovative and versatile sample preparation reagents that enable a broad range of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) applications through fast, simple and scalable workflows.

"Next Generation Sequencing platforms have transformed genomic research. The versatility has captured the imagination of researchers because of its tremendous utility in a broad range of applications not previously possible," said Dr. Chris Raymond, Senior Research Fellow at NuGEN. "NuGEN has demonstrated its expertise in the past with numerous innovative sample preparation solutions for qPCR and microarrays. By leveraging our experience and understanding of unmet customer needs in RNA and DNA sample preparation, we have now commercialized additional easy-to-use solutions to support and enable an expanding list of novel applications on NGS platforms."

Through the use of these NuGEN products, researchers can reap the benefits of a complete NGS workflow, expediting results while decreasing sequencing cost per sample. Together, these products give researchers a simple solution for previously complex sample preparation procedures, facilitating new discoveries made possible by leveraging the NGS platforms' full potential.
The Encore NGS Library and Multiplex Systems provide simple, fast and automatable workflows that offer library construction in as little as three hours, with only two purification steps and no gel purification requirements. Additionally, the Encore NGS Multiplex System gives researchers optional, unambiguous indexing capability for multiplex sequencing of up to eight samples in each lane, improving throughput and reducing total sequencing cost per sample