Applied Biosystems launches Assays-on-Demand SNP genotyping and gene expression products

roducts and services that we believe can revolutionize the way scientists work," said Michael W. Hunkapiller, Ph.D., President of Applied Biosystems. "The Assays-on-Demand product line should accelerate the path to discovery by enabling scientists to accomplish their research objectives in days or weeks rather than months or years. They are also important tools in realizing the promise of personalized medicine, in which therapeutic agents can be customized to the specific needs of individual patients."

Leading research universities and life science companies have been a part of an early access program for the Assays-on-Demand" products since Spring 2002. Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany is among one of the academic early access partners.

"By using these assays for our systematic disease association studies, we can work more effectively to identify possible mutations that may be associated with the predisposition of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), sarcoidosis, psoriasis and peridontitis," said Stefan Schreiber, M.D., Professor of Medicine at Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany. "In the past, we would have spent several months sifting through genomic data, developing, designing, validating and optimizing our own assays. With Applied Biosystems' approach, we can begin performing our association studies within two to three weeks from the time of ordering these new validated and ready-to-use Assays-on-Demand SNP Genotyping Products. With this strategy we could generate more than 1.5 million SNP genotypes within a few months."

Gene Expression Assays

The 4400 quantitative gene expression assays now available are intended for target identification, disease characterization, disease classification, pathway elucidation, drug metabolism, functional studies, and validation of microarray data in human disease research and drug development studies. The initial set of single-tube, pre-designed Assays-on-Demand gene e

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