Agena Bioscience’s collection of Sample ID Panels, for use on the MassARRAY® System, provides a highly accurate, rapid method for identification and quantification, allowing you to reduce sample mix-up in your lab and ensure sample quality prior to running PCR-based assay methods or next gen sequencing.

Designed in a single highly multiplexed assay, each panel provides a cost-effective method for detecting potential sample issues and provides the ideal SNP coverage for accurate and comprehensive sample comparisons.

  • Built-in controls to readily quantify amplifiable copy number.
  • Automated software for rapid sample matching and quantification.
  • Suitable for analysis with cell line, tissue, blood, and library samples.
  • Select panels can be used for tumor-to-normal matching.

All Sample ID Panels are available in 96- and 384-well formats.

iPLEX® Pro Sample ID Panel

A set of 44 SNPs selected with 45-55% heterozygosity across six major HapMart populations, 3 markers for gender identification, and 5 markers for sample quantification, designed into a single multiplexed assay for rapid typing and ease of use. The iPLEX Pro Sample ID Panel is ideal for genomic DNA samples.
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iPLEX Pro Exome ID Panel

A set of markers specifically selected for exome library and cytogenetic array coverage, the iPLEX Pro Exome ID Panel contains 44 SNPs, 3 markers for gender identification, and 5 copy number markers in a single multiplexed assay. The copy number markers span a 100-500 bp range to assess potential degradation resulting from sample preparation commonly seen in exome sequencing workflows.
Application Note

Agena Bioscience’s sophisticated Typer software generates a series of reports to quickly analyze sample data and interpret relationships.

  • Rapidly identify unexpected mismatches within a sample set or experiment.
  • View the SNP profile, gender ID, and copy number for every sample run.
  • Compare samples against a database of historical runs.
  • Manage sample data and interpret relationships.