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Diffinity Genomics acquired by Chiral Technologies.  Read more...

Diffinity Genomics issued patent for their technology "Spatially inhomogenously functionalized porous media and method for use in selective removal of contaminants".  The patent was issued June 23, 2015. 
 

Future Products


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Sanger Sequencing Reaction Cleanup

Are you a core facility seeking a faster, easier way to purify cycle sequencing reactions?
Are you a sequencing services provider that would benefit from even higher productivity?

Diffinity is developing functional pipette tips for the cleanup of cycle sequencing reactions (eg, BigDye cleanup) in just one minute!  Purify a 96-well plate of BigDye reactions in less than two minutes using a compatible automated liquid handling robot.  Use the purified samples directly in your capillary electrophoresis equipment.  

Interested in beta testing when it becomes available to test?
Please email Elina Golder at egolder@diffinitygenomics.com.

Next Gen Sequencing - Purification during Library Preparation 

Having problems with adapter-dimers?  Need to remove small fragments? 

Diffinity Genomics is developing RapidTip technology to enable purification of PCR amplified DNA in NGS library prep workflows to remove small fragments and/or adapter-dimers in just one minute! 

You can check out the use of our current RapidTips in a Roche 454 FLX library prep workflow by reading our technical note here.  RapidTips also have been referenced in a couple of published journal articles.  

We are still developing the material - but if you're interested in testing the new RapidTips once we have some product available, please send an email to egolder@diffinitygenomics.com and tell us the equipment platform you're using and size of fragment(s) you need removed.