Product News: Agilent highlights genomics and cell analysis solutions for cancer research at AACR 2022

Agilent Technologies showcased its cancer research innovations in cell analysis and genomics at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting

14 Apr 2022

Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced cancer research innovations in cell analysis and genomics that were on show at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, held April 8 - 13, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“Cancer research is an important focus area for Agilent. The AACR conference presents an exciting opportunity to engage with customers, partners, and thought leaders in this field,” said Jodi Barrientos, vice president of Commercial Marketing for Agilent’s Diagnostics and Genomics Group. “We look forward to highlighting products that enable the analysis of different sample types by leveraging multimodal approaches to cancer research spanning cell analysis, LCMS, and genomics.”

Agilent is committed to helping cancer researchers achieve their scientific objectives by providing a broad toolkit of innovative products and solutions. Furthermore, Agilent’s portfolio of cancer-relevant solutions serves customers globally in their work on cancer research, diagnosis, and therapeutic development.

One of the solutions on show at ACCR is the Agilent Magnis NGS Prep System. This automated benchtop solution has an onboard wizard that allows assays to be set up in under five minutes, enabling molecular pathologists to profile samples for various generic aberrations using a single, cost-effective, and efficient platform.

Also featured was the Agilent XF Pro Analyzer, demonstrating its advanced functionality, particularly its capability to enhance critical aspects of monitoring live cells in real-time. The XF Pro incorporates enhancements that improve measurement performance and data interpretation, making it easier to identify novel drug targets, validate target effect on cellular function, optimize disease models, and determine drug safety and antitumor potential of T cell therapies.

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