NuGEN - 2.Products

By: Nugen Technologies  09-12-2011

NuGEN products provide simple, robust, and automatable workflows for a range of cutting-edge applications on diverse genomic analysis platforms such as next-generation sequencing, microarray analysis, and qPCR. The NuGEN family of products is used for sample preparation that takes purified RNA, DNA, or cell lysates and prepares them for specific downstream analytical needs.

Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS)

NuGEN's portfolio of NGS products allows you to fully leverage the advances in NGS throughput and capacity with sample preparation solutions that are simple, rapid, and scalable. The provide simple, fast and flexible solution for constructing DNA libraries used in all significant NGS applications. In addition, the and can be used upfront of the library preparation systems providing a complete workflow for transcriptome sequencing and expression profiling applications extending the versatility of the NGS platforms.

Microarrays and qPCR

Whole Transcriptome Amplification Systems — The Ovation and Applause RNA Amplification Systems for microarrays are part of a family of modularly designed, application-based products that enable whole transcriptome analysis from virtually any biological sample, regardless of the type, size and source of the sample for a wide array of microarray and qPCR platforms.

Automation Solutions


Other products and services from Nugen Technologies

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NuGEN - Ovation Ultralow Library Systems

The Ovation Ultralow Library Systems have been designed for seamless integration with NuGEN's Ovation Prokaryotic RNA-Seq System, Ovation RNA-Seq System V2, Ovation RNA-Seq FFPE System and for DNA sequencing applications with low abundance samples that can input directly to the library construction without the need for pre-amplification.


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Encore Complete RNA-Seq Library Systems

The Encore Complete RNA-Seq Library Systems have been designed for strand-specific expression analysis by incorporation of a nucleotide analogue during the second strand cDNA synthesis, and subsequent ligation, to a pair of double-stranded adaptors also containing the same analogue in one strand.