Thank you for making this year’s conference a success! We were excited to see all of the great discoveries that have been made with Ion Torrent products and glimpse at more to come! In case you missed it, we wanted to share press, videos, presentations, posters and more that were presented at AGBT. Bookmark this space and check back often as we continue to add additional content.

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Ion Torrent™ Sequencing Seminar

Joe Boland, National Cancer Institute

“Routine Exome Sequencing on the Ion Proton™ System, a Key Component of the Cancer Genome Research Laboratory Sequencing”
 

Marcel Nelen, University Nijmegen Med Centre

“Implementing Ion AmpliSeq™ Panels for Research in Breast Cancer and Colon & Lung Cancer Variant Detection by Collaborative Research”
 

Audrey Papp, The Ohio State University

“Targeting RNA for Biomarker Discovery”
 
 

Interviews with Scientists using Ion Semiconductor Sequencing

Marcel Nelen, University Nijmegen Med Centre and Jose Carlos Machado, University of Porto

Drs. Marcel Nelen and Jose Carlos Machado discuss new Ion AmpliSeq™ BRCA 1 & 2 panel

Guilherme Oliveira, Genomics & Computational Biology Group

Dr. Guilherme Oliveira discusses using the Ion PGM and Ion AmpliSeq for a wide variety of research areas

 

Vincent Funari, Cedars Sinai Medical Center

Vincent Speaks About Transcriptome Sequencing on Ion Proton™ System
 

Audrey Papp, Ohio State University

Audrey Discusses Ion AmpliSeq™ RNA panels
 

Audrey Papp, Ohio State University

Audrey Discusses Simplicity of Ion PGM™ System and Ion Proton™ System
 

Max Seibold, National Jewish Health

Dr. Max Seibold discusses searching for asthma biomarkers with Ion PGM

 

Max Seibold, National Jewish Health

Dr. Max Seibold uses Ion AmpliSeq™ RNA panels for an asthma biomarker project
 

Max Seibold, National Jewish Health

Dr. Max Seibold uses the Ion Proton™ Sequencer for an asthma biomarker project
 
 

AGBT Media

Marcel Nelen, University Nijmegen Med Centre

Radboud University Medical Center to Convert Cancer Tests to PGM, Starting with BRCA1/2 Test

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 Agnes Viale, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

“RNA-sequencing Analysis Identifies Novel Leukemic Pathways in a Genetically Accurate Model of Acute Myeloid Leukemia”


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Dagan Wells, University of Oxford

“Rapid Genetic Analysis of Single Cells using a Next Generation Sequencing Method: Application to Human Embryos Reveals Aneuploidy and Mutations of the Nuclear and Mitochondrial Genomes”

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Scientific Posters Presented at AGBT

Ion Reporter™- Software for Analysis of Semiconductor Sequencing Data

Genetic characterization of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Circulating Tumor Cells with Highly Multiplexed Targeted Amplification and Semiconductor Sequencing

Developing an Efficient Assay for the Lung Microbiome Using Retrospective Cystic Fibrosis Samples by Deep Sequencing

Unique Apoptotic Signature in Lung Tumor Samples identified with Targeted RNA Sequencing

Longer Reads Improve Utility of Ion Torrent PGM in Microbiome Applications

Rapid Single Cell Targeted Sequencing Applications in Tumorigenesis and the Field of in Vitro Fertilization

Using RNA-Seq to Understand Phosphine Resistance in Two Stored-Product Beetles

Characterization of exosome RNA content using the Ion Torrent Personal Genome Machine

RNA Allelic Expression Analysis as a Tool for Biomarker Discovery: From Single SNP to Whole Transcriptome and Back