Integrated Cycler & Simplexa Chemistry

The future of molecular diagnostics is here.
From sample to answer in less than 1 hour.

Integrated CyclerMolecular diagnostics traditionally requires nucleic acid (DNA & RNA) to be extracted from patient samples. But what if we could perform PCR without the need for extraction? This would translate to less cost, time and human resource. Not to mention the added benefit of freeing up valuable lab space used for extraction platforms and reagents.

With the Integrated Cycler and Simplexa chemistry, you can do just that.

Sample to answer in the one machine.Direct Molecular Assay

Introducing the Integrated Cycler and Simplexa chemistry

A collaboration between Focus Diagnostics and 3M, the combined powers of the Integrated cycler with Simplexa chemistry formula work to give you results, fast.

This would translate to less cost, time and human resource. Not to mention the added benefit of freeing up valuable lab space used for extraction platforms and reagents.

Introduction of the 3M Integrated Cycler

Scientific Posters

  1. Chemistry Model-based Method for Estimating DNA Amounts from PCR Amplified Samples
  2. Detection and discrimination of influenza A, B and novel H1N1 influenza viruses using the 3M integrated cycler
  3. Evaluation of the 3M Integrated Cycler, an Innovative Rapid Thermal Cycling System
  4. Comparison of 5 Real-Time PCR Platforms used for the detection of CMV and HSV Viruses
  5. Evaluation of Real-Time PCR Assays for Detection of Multiple Adenovirus Serotypes Using the 3M Integrated Cycler Micorfluidic System
  6. Molecular Sample-To-Answer Detection and Discrimination of HSV-1 and HSV-2 in 30 minutes using the Integrated Cycler
  7. Evaluation of an Internally Controlled Assay to Detect Influenza A, Influenza B, and RSV Using the 3M Integrated Cycler
  8. Quantitative Real Time PCR on the 3M Integrated Cycler Real Time PCR System
  9. Rapid, Multiplexed Sample-To Answer Detection of Influenza A, B and RSV using the 3M Integrated Cycler
  10. Comparison of a Rapid Test Method with Real Time RT-PCR for Detecting Influenza A H1N1(2009) using nasal swabs in a clinical study.
  11. Detection of Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Virus with the Simplexa Influenza A H1N1 (2009) Assay Using the 3M Integrated Cycler Microfluidic Real-Time PCR System
  12. Improved Accuracy of DNA Quantitation Using a Chemistry Model-Based Method for Estimating Nucleic Acid Quantities in PCR Amplified Samples
  13. Detection and Discrimination of Influenza A, B and Respiratory Syncytial Viruses using the 3M Integrated Cycler
  14. Simplexa Influenza A H1N1(2009) Assay for Detection of 2009 Pandemic Influenza H1N1 with Microfluidic Real-Time System
  15. Real-Time PCR Detection of Group A Streptococcus using the 3M Integrated Cycler
  16. Rapid Sample-to-Answer Molecular Detection Using the 3M Integrated Cycler: Comparison to a Conventional Extraction and Amplification Method
  17. Rapid real-time RT-PCR reagents for molecular serotyping of dengue viruses using the 3M Integrated Cycler
  18. Evaluation of Focus Diagnostics Simplexa HSV 1 & 2 Direct Sample-to-Answer Real-time PCR Assay
  19. Evaluation of Focus Diagnostics Simplexa Flu A/B & RSV Direct Real-time PCR assay
  20. High-Throughtput Direct Detection of Clostridium difficile from Stool Specimens using the Simplexa C. difficile Universal Direct Assay
  21. Comparison of Extracted DNA vs. Non-extracted Sample (Direct) For the Detection of Factor V Leiden, Factor II, and MTHFR Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms From Whole Blood and Buccal Swabs
  22. Comparison of Focus Diagnostics and in House RT-RT-PCR for Influenza Detection
  23. Rapid Detection of Group A Streptococcus (Streptococcus pyogenes) Using the Simplexa™ Group A Strep Direct Assay
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