- High complexity NGS libraries
- DNA input as low as 10 pg
- Suitable for FFPE and circulating cell-free DNA
- Targeted sequencing of limited samples
Swift Biosciences specializes in sample preparation for next generation sequencing (NGS). Their products are designed to help customers analyze samples faster, easier, and with greater sensitivity and accuracy while being compatible with leading instrumentation. The proprietary Adaptase adapter attachment chemistry minimizes bias and supports DNA inputs as low as 10 pg and from sources as challenging as FFPE and liquid biopsies.
Less Sequencing Errors. Better Data Quality.
- Increased multiplexing capacity - Sequence up to 96-plexed libraries.
- Improved target enrichment solutions - Reduce read misassignment due to PCR-induced chimerism during multiplexed hybrid capture.
- Better data quality on patterned flow cells - Reduce read misassignment due to index hopping.
The new Accel-NGS Unique Dual Indexing Kits are specifically designed and optimized for any Illumina platform and can be used for a wide variety of kits and applications.
To find the NGS DNA Library Preparation Kit optimized for your application, see our Selection Guide
DNA Library Kits Designed for Illumina NGS Platforms
Swift's highly efficient adapter ligation technologies minimize base composition bias and fidelity issues while also reducing the input requirements. Accel-Amplicon Panels offer a 2 hour, single-tube solution to library preparation for targeted panels. The Accel-NGS 1S Plus DNA Library Kit, which can capture single-stranded DNA molecules and the Accel-NGS 2S Plus DNA Library Kit, designed for intact double-stranded DNA, employ a unique adapter technology which adds Illumina sequencing adapters in an extremely efficiently manner. The Accel-NGS Methyl-Seq DNA Library Kit efficiently constructs libraries from bisulfite-converted DNA. These kits enable Illumina users to produce high complexity libraries for many NGS applications from a variety of sample types and input levels.
|Exome / Hyb Enrichment||Targeted Panels||Whole Genome Seq||Meta-genomics||ChIP-Seq||Bisulfite Sequencing|
|Circulating Tumor Cells|
|ssDNA and dsDNA|
*PCR free capability is determined by sample quality and input quantity. Accel-NGS 2S PCR-free libraries can be generated from as low as 100 ng of highquality genomic DNA (for <100 ng, inputs, see "Accel-NGS 2S DNA Library Kit for PCR-Free Libraries from 100 ng Input" Technical Note), or 10 ng of circulating, cell-free DNA.
**Accel-NGS 1S Plus will not retain DNA fragments that contain uracil, due to DNA damage. To reatin these fragments, please use the Accel-NGS Methyl-Seq Kit.
NEW! Swift 2S Turbo Library Kits
The Swift 2S Turbo DNA Library Kits offer a versatile solution to streamline NGS sample preparation of dsDNA for sequencing on Illumina® platforms. The technology provides rapid enzymatic DNA fragmentation and library construction for the production of high-quality whole genome and exome libraries using a broad range of input amounts and sample types for sequencing across all Illumina instrument types.
DNA Library Kit Designed for Ion Torrent Platforms
Ion Torrent users can now produce PCR-free libraries with as little as 5 ng of input DNA. Swift's highly efficient adaptation technology reduces the need for PCR, thereby minimizing base composition bias and fidelity issues while also reducing the input requirement. The unique, sequential adaptation process also reduces adapter dimer formation to maximize sequencing output.
Unlike other kits, the Accel-NGS DNA Library Kit for Ion Torrent does not require intact double-stranded DNA, because it has been developed, optimized and validated for samples containing degraded and damaged DNA.
|FFPE||Nicked DNA||Double-Stranded DNA||Single-Stranded DNA||Heat Denatured Samples|
|ChIP-Seq||Accel-NGS DNA Library Kit for Ion Torrent|
|Whole Genome Sequencing|
Accel Amplicon Panels
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Accel-NGS 1S Plus DNA Library Kit
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Accel-NGS 2S Plus DNA Library Kit
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Accel-NGS 2S Hyb DNA Library Kit
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Accel-NGS 2S PCR-Free DNA Library Kit
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- Bolognesi C et al. (2016) Digital Sorting of Pure Cell Populations Enables Unambiguous Genetic Analysis of Heterogeneous Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Tumors by Next Generation Sequencing. Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/srep20944
Accel-NGS Methyl-Seq DNA Library Kit
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Targeted methylation sequencing of plasma cell-free DNA for cancer detection and classification.
Annals of Oncology 29 (6): 1445–1453.
- Simpson JT et al. (2016) Detecting DNA methylation using the Oxford Nanopore Technologies MinION sequencer. bioRxiv. Epub 2016 Apr 4.