The NGS G.STATION from Dispendix is known to be the latest technology that has been specifically developed for NGS Library Prep Automation.
Any protocol. Anytime. Anywhere.
The NGS G.STATION is known to be the ideal solution for automated Next Generation Sequencing Library construction. It can easily execute a complete NGS Workflow with the help of advanced liquid handling technology.
The availability of cloud-based software enables users to just select a protocol and the various samples, hit run, and then walk away.
Features—Loaded with features designed for successful workflows
- A protocol library present in the cloud could be made from anywhere anytime.
- Real-time deck tracking to capture video of errors for troubleshooting and correction in the future
- Algorithms available for automated liquid class creation
- Has the potential to hold up to 20 SBS format microplates, lids, or tips for simple setup and five integration positions for shaking and on-deck thermal control modules
High quality NGS libraries start here!
Dispendix has brought tools together that have been developed for the success of users. The availability of an automated liquid handler with on-deck thermal cycling, shaking, and temperature control associated with a bead-based clean-up solution and enzyme dispenser will change the experience of users’ on library construction.
A complete set of products for users’ workflow
L.DROP: Enables researchers to communicate their scientific intent and offers a rich simulation along with tracking for each well in the protocol’s every step.
I.DOT: With the availability of the patented DropDetection system which makes use of eight separately regulated positive pressure channels to produce droplets from 8 to 50 nL.
C.WASH: Plate washer developed for quick, automated, and highly reproducible washing of the full 96-, 384-, and 1536-well plates.
L.MOVE: Offers easy and reliable plate motion allowing smooth integration of the C.WASH, I.DOT, and L.DROP Instruments.
Automated. Standardized. Connected.
It is possible for users to get accessible NGS library construction in their laboratory easily and execute a complete workflow in just three steps.
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