Keeping up with the rapid evolutions in Next-Generation sequencing presents your laboratory with many exciting opportunities as well as practical challenges. We are always there for you, every step of the way; from the initial set-up and validation of your laboratory workflow to the continuous optimization of your processes and results.
We make sure you get off to a good start with our tests. We offer you proof-of-principle from our own European wet lab, train your collaborators and give you all the support you need to implement our tests in your laboratory. We do not stop until everything is running smoothly. We can also help you select the right equipment and optimize your workflow. While you are setting up your laboratory, we can already start performing the first tests in our wet lab facility.
Experts at your service
Our experts are always available to answer your questions by phone or by email. Our Field Application Specialists help you overcome challenges at your site, train your staff—both on-site and at our facilities —and advise you on how to improve your performance. They not only know our products inside out, they also have an in-depth knowledge of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and they understand how you work. They also have a direct link with our R&D department, so that your questions and needs are continuously fed into our product innovations.
Interested in finding out more on our NGS Services? Contact us!
Agilent organizes workshops to help European diagnostic centers implement Clarigo and SureMASTR assays efficiently in specialized laboratory facilities. The Clarigo and SureMASTR workshops are intended to provide hands-on lab training of the complete workflow and is therefore of particular interest to the person in charge of practical implementation or lab technicians.
The workshop will span 4 days (Tuesday - Friday) and takes place in Agilent’s offices in Niel, Belgium. Participants are offered the opportunity to send 1 or 2 non-hazardous/non-infectious blood samples collected in STRECK tubes to be processed during the workshop.