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ESHG 2018

June 16–19, 2018 | MiCo Milano Congressi, Milan, Italy

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ESHG 2018

June 16–19, 2018

MiCo Milano Congressi, Milan, Italy

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Come join us for a symposium featuring our Biomark HD and Juno systems

Delivering high-quality and timely results while balancing increasing workloads and cost constraints is a common challenge in the molecular laboratory. Fluidigm microfluidic systems increase laboratory efficiency and decrease sample costs by miniaturizing and automating NGS library prep, genotyping, gene expression and CNV analysis. Fluidigm provides a growing menu of cost-efficient genomic assays as well as custom assay design services that can be used for many applications, including molecular fingerprinting, high-throughput genotyping and disease research.

On June 18th, as part of the European Society for Human Genetics Conference, Fluidigm will host a symposium highlighting our Juno™ Targeted DNA Sequencing Library Preparation System and our Biomark™ HD system, which enables high performance PCR testing for a wide range of genomic applications.


When: Monday, June 18
15:00-16:30
Where: Room Amber 1

Shawn Cordes Shawn Cordes
Director of Product Management, Genomic Systems, Fluidigm
Introduction to Fluidigm Microfluidic Technology

Shashikant Kulkarni Shashikant Kulkarni
Chief Scientific Officer & SVP Baylor Genetics
Improve workflow efficiency with Advanta™ NGS library prep assays for inherited genomics and oncology using the automated Juno™ system

David Zeevi David Zeevi
Director of Research and Development, Dor Yeshorim, Committee for the Prevention of Jewish Diseases
Head of Translational Genomics Lab, Shaare Zedek Medical Center
Population screening for autosomal recessive pathogenic variants using the EP1™ System



Featured Products

Biomark™ HD

Employ production-scale throughput with exquisite single-cell sensitivity and consistent results.

Biomark HD
Juno™

Achieve significant cost savings and reduced hands-on time with automated NGS library prep.

Juno

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.