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Seegene Showcases All-in-One Platform for Molecular Diagnostic Testing for Infectious Diseases

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 25 Apr 2022
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Image: All-in-One Platform performs molecular diagnostic tests for infectious diseases (Photo courtesy of Seegene)
Image: All-in-One Platform performs molecular diagnostic tests for infectious diseases (Photo courtesy of Seegene)

Seegene, Inc. (Seoul, Korea) showcased its first fully automated MDx system, STARlet-AIOS: All-in-One System at the 32nd European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID 2022).

ECCMID is the world’s premier clinical microbiology & infectious diseases event that brings together experts from many fields to present their latest findings, guidelines and experiences to an audience of over 14,000 colleagues. This year, the congress featured a hybrid format to facilitate an onsite and online experience for attendees allowing for remote and face-to-face opportunities to take part in the multifaceted program. During this event, Seegene showcased AIOS – its first fully automated MDx system. AIOS provides high-throughput real-time PCR workflow starting from nucleic acid extraction, then, real-time PCR, and finally result interpretation. AIOS is a fully automated syndromic MDx system designed in a modular concept while it compiles Seegene’s cutting-edge high multiplex real-time PCR technologies.

A noteworthy feature of AIOS is that its MDx system is composed of independent and detachable modules together with its proprietary SW architecture. Unlike others’ single-body system, AIOS is designed with an extraction/liquid handler and PCR instrument being integrated with an in-house developed robotic arm module. Hospitals and laboratories can either purchase the full package of ‘AIOS’ system or integrate their existing instruments on-site if they already have Seegene’s liquid handler and real-time PCR instrument.

Some of its other highlights include: ‘high-throughput automated syndromic MDx system’. It also adopts a variety of Seegene’s assays that are currently available on the market, which allows for symptom-based tests. And finally, it can identify the exact cause of a specific symptom with a single tube, which will enable both cost- and time- effective tests. The AIOS is ideal for small-to-medium sized hospitals due to its unique modular and assay features.

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