It takes less than two hours to go from extracted RNA or DNA sample to analyzed data.
Messenger RNA, microRNA, and DNA targets are all compatible biomarkers on the PanelChip® system.
The PanelChip® is currently one sample per chip; however, we are in the middle of developing PanelChips® that run 2 or 4 samples per chip.
PanelStation™ is capable of running up to 6 PanelChips® per run.
The PanelChip® contains 2,500 wells per PanelChip®. Currently, we detect a range of 12 to 100 biomarkers on a single PanelChip®.
That's no problem at all. We have a team of application scientists that are dedicated to converting your current expression assays onto our system. We can validate the primer and probe sequences that you are currently using before printing the biomarkers onto our PanelChip® Analysis System.
If you already have biomarkers in mind, but don't have the biomarker sequences designed, QuarkBio is capable of designing primer and probe sequences for your target biomarkers and validating them on PanelChip® Analysis Platform.
Depending on your area of interest, we can potentially identify the biomarkers through our database, miDatabase. For cases that cannot be resolved using our database, we have a wide network of researchers that would be happy to collaborate for identifying fit biomarkers for your use.
Please contact us for more information regarding pricing. There are many different factors influencing pricing for customized panels, such as number of biomarkers, primer sequence design, and also number of PanelChips®; therefore, a discussion with our team regarding your project needs would allow us to provide a more accurate estimate.
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QuarkBio is ISO 9001 certified. Our PanelChip® technology is protected by 7 patents, with another 10 patents currently under review.
PanelChip® Analysis System
Expression Profiling Assays
List of Publications
mirSCAN - List of microRNA Targets