qNPA

AcronymDefinition
qNPAQuantitative Nuclease Protection Assay
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Our qNPA technology offers a unique blend of value with high throughput and multiplex capabilities which is ideal for this diagnostic application," said TJ Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, HTG Molecular Diagnostics.
The company's qNPA molecular technology platform is well-suited for reliably detecting changes in gene expression levels especially from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue.
We are honored to have Charles, an industry veteran, discussing the unique benefits of HTG's qNPA technology during ADAPT.
HTG's qNPA technology is used to carry out quantitative, multiplexed gene-based drug discovery programs, including target validation; HTS lead optimization, metabolism, toxicology and clinical development.
HTG's extraction-free qNPA technology provides customers with access to all soluble and insoluble miRNA which allows for usable data from very small sample sizes.
HTG's qNPA technology is used to carry out quantitative, multiplexed gene-based drug discovery programs, including target validation, HTS lead optimization, metabolism, toxicology and clinical development.
Hoon in this research program will further establish HTG's qNPA technology as a useful and robust validation and diagnostic platform.
Our work with ASU in this research program will further establish HTG's qNPA technology as a robust diagnostic platform.
With the simplicity and throughput qNPA Technology provides, local hospital personnel can triage thousands of patients per day for radiation exposure in the event of a nuclear or radiologic incident by loading the radiation exposure test kits which can be easily stockpiled," said Bruce Seligmann, PhD, Founder and CSO of HTG and Principal Investigator on the BARDA contract.
CRL Global Services is pleased to be the CLIA-certified laboratory service provider for HTG's qNPA technology," said Tim Sotos, Chairman and CEO of CRL Global Services.
The new customizable qNPA ArrayPlate offering also allows researchers to measure miRNA and mRNA simultaneously in the same sample well, simplifying studies involving both micro and messenger RNA.