VariantPlex® DNA Tests

Archer® VariantPlex RUO panels combine patented enrichment chemistry, an easy workflow and powerful bioinformatics to generate target-enriched libraries from DNA to confidently detect copy number variations (CNVs), single-nucleotide variants (SNVs) and indels by next-generation sequencing (NGS).
Key Features
Low input

Anchored Multiplex PCR (AMP™) chemistry was purpose-built for wide sample type compatibility, including low-input and degraded samples such as FFPE tissue. Compatible with blood and bone marrow input types.

Sensitive & specific variant detection

Error correction features within Archer Analysis reduce sequencer noise to reveal variants below standard NGS-based detection thresholds.

Quantitative CNV detection

Molecular barcoded fragment counting provides robust copy number analysis.

Comprehensive coverage

AMP chemistry provides complete, strand-specific and bidirectional coverage of target exons to maximize variant detection.

Complex Variant detection

Coverage combined with powerful bioinformatics enable variant detection in traditionally difficult regions like CEBPA & FLT3.


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  • 500K Reads
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  • 750K Reads
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  • 750K Reads

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