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SEQUENOM Announces Launch of MassARRAY Compact 96 System
Date:7/27/2009

reds through thousands of samples per day," said Mike Monko, senior vice president of sales & marketing at SEQUENOM. "MassARRAY technology enables detection of the most common molecular biomarker classes - somatic mutations via the OncoCarta mutation panel, SNPs, CNVs, methylation patterns, expression signatures - with an unmatched combination of quantitative accuracy and sensitivity. This is the type of high data quality that can potentially push biomarkers to clinical utilization and make the promise of personalized medicine a reality."

About MassARRAY

SEQUENOM's proprietary MassARRAY system is a high performance matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry-based nucleic acid analysis platform that quantitatively measures genetic target material and its variations in a rapid, accurate, and cost efficient manner. SEQUENOM's MassARRAY system facilitates a number of nucleic acid analysis applications including SNP genotyping and allelotyping, CNV analysis, quantitative gene expression analysis, quantitative methylation marker analysis, comparative sequence analysis of haploid organisms, SNP discovery, and oligonucleotide quality control.

About SEQUENOM

SEQUENOM is a life sciences company committed to providing the best genetic analysis products that translate the results of genomic science into solutions for molecular diagnostics, biomedical research, translational research and molecular medicine applications. As an industry innovator in DNA analysis technology, SEQUENOM's MassARRAY system allows a direct mass measurement of nucleic acids, providing unparalleled precision and quantification. On the diagnostics front, SEQUENOM is developing a comprehensive portfolio of prenatal test methods by combining the versatility of the MassARRAY system with the company's SEQureDx(TM) technology, which enables the detection of circulating cell-free fetal nucleic ac
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