29th September 2021 Product update: rapidvirology staff writer
New Fully Automated Molecular System Unveiled at AACC
Seegene Inc unveiled a fully automated PCR testing (MDx) system at this year's AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo in Atlanta, GA, USA.
The new 'STARlet-AIOS: All-in-one System' is Seegene's first fully automated MDx system. AIOS provides a high-throughput real-time PCR workflow, starting from nucleic acid extraction, real-time PCR, and finally, result interpretation.
AIOS is a fully automated syndromic MDx system designed in a modular concept using Seegene’s cutting-edge high multiplex real-time PCR technologies.
A noteworthy feature of AIOS is that its MDx system is composed of independent and detachable modules together with its proprietary SW architecture. Unlike others’ single-body systems, AIOS is designed with an extraction/liquid handler and PCR instrument integrated with an in-house developed robotic arm module.
Hospitals and laboratories can either purchase the full package of ‘AIOS’ system or integrate their existing instruments on-site if they already have Seegene’s liquid handler and real-time PCR instrument.
Some of the other highlights include: ‘high-throughput automated syndromic MDx system.’ It also adopts a variety of Seegene’s assays that are currently available on the market, which allows for symptom-based tests.
And finally, it can identify the exact cause of a specific symptom with a single tube, which will enable both cost- and time-effective tests. Therefore, Seegene added that AIOS will be affordable to small-to-medium-sized hospitals due to its unique modular and assay features.
“AIOS represents Seegene’s decades-long commitment to developing cutting-edge technologies in the molecular diagnostics field,” said Dr. Jong-Yoon Chun, CEO of Seegene, “I believe AIOS will contribute to the public health by making MDx more accessible in everyday life.”
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Date Published: 29th September 2021
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