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  • Yohann75
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    Originally posted by james hadfield View Post
    Hi All,
    I found this list of other technologies and thought is would be good to share.
    Feel free to add and take a look at the website the data came from...http://www.biotechcareercenter.com/Sequencing.html

    454 - Branford, CT  - genome analysis by high throughput sequencing (sequence-by-synthesis)
    Affymetrix - Santa Clara, CA  - photolithographic DNA microarrays
    Applied Biosystems Group (ABI) - Foster City, CA  - molecular biology instrumentation and reagents
    AQI Sciences - Bisbee, AZ  - single-molecule sequencing technology based on FRET
    Base4innovation - Coventry, UK - next-gen sequencing using single molecule, ultra long read nanosensors
    BioNanomatrix - Philadelphia, PA  - nanotechnology imaging
    Callida Genomics - Sunnyvale, CA  - sequencing by hybridization
    Complete Genomics - Mountain View, CA  - next-gen sequencing
    Danaher - Washington, DC  - medical technologies and instrumentation, including sequencing
    Genome Corp. - Providence, RI  - sequencing
    GenoVoxx - Lübeck, Germany - developing sequencing-by-synthesis technology
    Helicos BioSciences - Cambridge, MA  - single molecule sequencing
    Illumina - San Diego, CA ; Wallingford, CT (CyVera); Hayward, CA (Solexa); Little Chesterford, UK (Solexa) - DNA microarray and next-gen sequencing
    Intelligent Bio-Systems - Waltham, MA  - next-gen sequencing
    LaserGen - Houston, TX  - next-gen sequencing based on cyclic reversible termination
    Li-Cor - Lincoln, NE  - life science imaging systems
    LightSpeed Genomics - Sunnyvale, CA  - next-gen sequencing
    Mobious Genomics - Exeter, UK - ultra-long range DNA sequencing by way of "Molecular Resonance Sequencing Technology"
    NABsys - Providence, RI  - next-gen sequencing using "hybridization assisted nanopore sequencing"
    Nanophotonics Biosciences - Menlo Park, CA  - next-gen sequecing
    Network Biosystems - Woburn, MA  - microfulidics and nanotechnology
    Pacific Biosciences - Menlo Park, CA  - next-gen sequencing company
    Population Genetics Technologies - , UK - next-gen sequencing
    Reveo - Hawthorne, NY  - technology incubator and next-gen sequencing
    Seirad - Santa Fe, NM  - next-gen sequencing technology and software
    U.S. Genomics - Woburn, MA  - single molecule ultra-long high throughput sequencing
    VisiGen Biotechnologies - Houston, TX  - developing whole genome sequencing
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  • vivianshaw
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    NGS service for cancer research

    Seems to be a supplement for the already existing list.

    So I'd like to recommend Creative Biolabs as a leading customer service provider in the field of next-generation sequencing (NGS). With years of research and development experience, it has established a pioneer SuPrecision™ platform to offer accurate and high-throughput sequencing services to meet every unique requirement of clients, especially for NGS-Based immuno-oncology research.

    Please find it at https://www.creative-biolabs.com/sup...y-research.htm

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  • Biotech Rockstar
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    QuantuMDx (www.quantumdx.com) - Nanowire sequencing

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  • strob
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    Maybe these can be added to this already existing list: http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4229

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  • gourneau
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    Don't forget about
    Life Tech, which now includes Ion Torrent

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  • ECO
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    I've been meaning to pretty up my notes/understanding of all the IP in this space. It would make a nice visualization to track all the players/inventions, and their acquisition by each of the big players.

    As Keith alluded to, many of these ideas have been acquired or tanked.

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  • ECO
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    Halcyon Molecular is another EM technology, very little is out there...

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  • krobison
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    U.S. Genomics definitely bailed from this space; I think Callida is defunct as well.

    VisiGen was bought by Life Tech. 454 by Roche

    Mobius has blown hot air for over a decade. Dubious whether they ever had anything.

    ZS Genetics is another electron microscopy-based technology claiming to play in this space.

    Trying to keep track of the early stage companies is a nightmare

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  • FlexGen_Joris
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    Hi James,

    Great list indeed, one more for on there:

    GnuBio, Boston, US. Microfluidics based next-generation sequencing platform.

    Bio-IT june newsitem

    Joris

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  • mastal
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    List of next-gen...

    Hi James,

    Thanks for the list. Here is one addition:

    Oxford Nanopore Technologies, Oxford UK. Single molecule DNA Sequencing.

    Maria

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  • james hadfield
    started a topic List of next-next gen...

    List of next-next gen...

    Hi All,
    I found this list of other technologies and thought is would be good to share.
    Feel free to add and take a look at the website the data came from...http://www.biotechcareercenter.com/Sequencing.html

    454 - Branford, CT  - genome analysis by high throughput sequencing (sequence-by-synthesis)
    Affymetrix - Santa Clara, CA  - photolithographic DNA microarrays
    Applied Biosystems Group (ABI) - Foster City, CA  - molecular biology instrumentation and reagents
    AQI Sciences - Bisbee, AZ  - single-molecule sequencing technology based on FRET
    Base4innovation - Coventry, UK - next-gen sequencing using single molecule, ultra long read nanosensors
    BioNanomatrix - Philadelphia, PA  - nanotechnology imaging
    Callida Genomics - Sunnyvale, CA  - sequencing by hybridization
    Complete Genomics - Mountain View, CA  - next-gen sequencing
    Danaher - Washington, DC  - medical technologies and instrumentation, including sequencing
    Genome Corp. - Providence, RI  - sequencing
    GenoVoxx - Lübeck, Germany - developing sequencing-by-synthesis technology
    Helicos BioSciences - Cambridge, MA  - single molecule sequencing
    Illumina - San Diego, CA ; Wallingford, CT (CyVera); Hayward, CA (Solexa); Little Chesterford, UK (Solexa) - DNA microarray and next-gen sequencing
    Intelligent Bio-Systems - Waltham, MA  - next-gen sequencing
    LaserGen - Houston, TX  - next-gen sequencing based on cyclic reversible termination
    Li-Cor - Lincoln, NE  - life science imaging systems
    LightSpeed Genomics - Sunnyvale, CA  - next-gen sequencing
    Mobious Genomics - Exeter, UK - ultra-long range DNA sequencing by way of "Molecular Resonance Sequencing Technology"
    NABsys - Providence, RI  - next-gen sequencing using "hybridization assisted nanopore sequencing"
    Nanophotonics Biosciences - Menlo Park, CA  - next-gen sequecing
    Network Biosystems - Woburn, MA  - microfulidics and nanotechnology
    Pacific Biosciences - Menlo Park, CA  - next-gen sequencing company
    Population Genetics Technologies - , UK - next-gen sequencing
    Reveo - Hawthorne, NY  - technology incubator and next-gen sequencing
    Seirad - Santa Fe, NM  - next-gen sequencing technology and software
    U.S. Genomics - Woburn, MA  - single molecule ultra-long high throughput sequencing
    VisiGen Biotechnologies - Houston, TX  - developing whole genome sequencing

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