MAGNATM combines multimodal analytical capability with low sample input requirements to detect minute signals associated with native molecules of DNA, RNA and protein.
It will enable life scientists to dive deeper into biology, delivering new insights into health and disease, whilst advancing the development of a new generation of diagnostics and therapeutics.
To reveal their …
With MAGNATM, molecules can be rapidly identified using just a small number of molecular probes. Sequence variability can also be analysed via the same approach
Base modification detection with MAGNATM doesn’t require conversion chemistries. A wide range of modifications can be detected and located in a single run with unparalleled levels of precision.
MAGNATM can also analyse how biomolecules interact with each other. The kinetics of attachment or detachment (kon, koff, and kD) can be measured, providing a powerful new dimension with which to study the genetic world.
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We’re developing kits for rapid preparation of samples for analysis
Our cartridges contain both analytical reagents and the flow cells where our assays are performed
Data is generated in real-time from a small bench-top instrument
and its reagent kits and consumables
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Detection of genetic variation and base modifications at base-pair resolution on both DNA and RNA
Zhen Wang, Jérôme Maluenda, Laurène Giraut, Thibault Vieille, Andréas Lefevre, David Salthouse, Gaël Radou, Rémi Moulinas, Sandra Astete, Pol D’Avezac, Geoff Smith, Charles André, Jean-François Allemand, David Bensimon, Vincent Croquette,
Jimmy Ouellet & Gordon Hamilton
Communications Biology volume 4, Article number: 128 (2021)
https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-021-01648-7 – open access