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SYGNIS to Present its Innovative Trueprime™ Technology

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SYGNIS AG has announced that it will present its proprietary TruePrime™ technology to experts from universities, corporations, associations and governmental agencies at the Single Cell Genomics Conference 2015. This year’s conference will be hosted by the Netherland Hubrecht Institute and will take place from September 16-18, 2015 in Utrecht.

SYGNIS’ TruePrime™ product portfolio is dedicated to the amplification of genomic DNA from smallest amounts of biological samples down to single cells based on its revolutionary novel multiple displacement amplification (MDA) technology for use with various DNA or RNA species for a multitude of applications. Built on SYGNIS’ proprietary primase TthPrimPol, SYGNIS’ TruePrime™ technology stands for a revolutionary way to amplify DNA or RNA in a sample without the need of any synthetic random primers.

The features of the TruePrime™ technology make this product highly attractive for a broad range of applications and downstream analyses, especially in life science areas such as single cell genomics, where researchers need to obtain biological information from smallest amounts of samples.

Armin Schneider, Senior Vice President Research of SYGNIS, will present a poster titled TruePrime™, a superior technology for single cell whole genome amplification based on TthPrimPol. Poster sessions will take place on September 16th from 18.25 to 21.00 CET and on September 17th from 17.10 to 19.30 CET.

Single cell genomics is rapidly emerging as a revolutionary technology transforming many fields of biological research. Through its versatile applications (single cell genome sequencing, single cell transcriptomics, various single cell epigenetic profiling approaches), researchers can characterize the genetic and functional properties of individual cells in their native conditions, leading to numerous experimental and clinical opportunities.