LiquidBiopsy Platform

Genome Web: Mt. Sinai Studying CTCs, ctDNA in Context of Triple Negative Breast Cancer

April 1, 2016 - Genome web article highlighting a trial by researchers at Mount Sinai to evaluate the genomic profiles of ctDNA and CTCs as well as phenotypic features of CTCs in patients with triple negative breast cancer to study the relationships between the two and how they correlate with disease. The group will use Cynvenio's LiquidBiopsy microfluidic system to isolate CTCs, ctDNA, and germline DNA.

Cynvenio Announces Availability of Concordia, a New Cell-free DNA Purification Upgrade for its LiquidBiopsy Whole Blood Enrichment Platform

February 10, 2016 – Cynvenio announces the availability of the Concordia™ cell-free DNA (cfDNA) purification sample preparation upgrade for its multi-template analysis LiquidBiopsy® platform. When coupled with Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Ion Torrent™ next-generation sequencing (NGS) systems, Cynvenio’s workflow provides a comprehensive molecular characterization of tumor cell DNA for cancer research samples from a standard blood draw.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Signs Distribution Agreement with Cynvenio for LiquidBiopsy Platform

January 13, 2015 - Thermo Fisher Scientific announces it has signed an agreement with Cynvenio for rights to distribute its LiquidBiopsy platform. The addition of Cynvenio’s rare cell enrichment technology complements Thermo Fisher’s Ion Torrent Personal Genome Machine (PGM) workflow and positions the company as the only one in the industry to offer a comprehensive sample-to-genomic data solution for research using a single blood draw for analysis of circulating tumor cells (CTC), cell-free DNA (cfDNA) and normal DNA in less than 48 hours.

Cynvenio Biosystems Shipping First Complete Genomic Testing Solution for Liquid Biopsies in Oncology

January 02, 2015 – Cynvenio announces nationwide availability of its LiquidBiopsy® platform, which utilizes a blood sample to perform sequence analysis and genomic reporting. This platform gives doctors and cancer researchers the ability to perform next-generation sequencing (NGS) on rare populations of circulating tumor cells and cell-free DNA from whole blood.