Apostle MiniMaxTM Performance Assessment


Apostle MiniMaxTM technology offers a best-in-class efficiency and purity compared with conventional technologies to capture and isolate the circulating cell-free genetic materials. It has been trusted by many of the world's most prestigious leaders in life sciences.


"...This includes recognizing that an innovative product from a startup like Apostle is the best technology to address these needs." said Steve Wowk, Director of Genomics, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.


Performance and Data
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Apostle MiniMax Performance and Data

https://www.beckman.com/reagents/genomic/dna-isolation/from-plasma/performance
This link directs to an external page, reviewing the performance and data of Apostle MiniMax by Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.
Apostle MiniMax Datasheet

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/data-sheets/apostle-minimax-datasheet.pdf
This link directs to an external PDF document, reviewing the performance and data of Apostle MiniMax.
Isolation of cell-free DNA (cfDNA) from plasma using Apostle MiniMa High Efficiency cfDNA Isolation kit comparison of fully automated, semi-automated and manual workflow processing

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/application-notes/genomics-application-note-apostle-minimax-cfdna-biomek-kingfisher.pdf
This link directs to an external Application Note. This application note compares workflows and yield for the extraction of cfDNA using Apostle MiniMax High Efficiency cfDNA Isolation Kit, following the manual protocol, automating the extraction using the Biomek i7 Hybrid Workstation, and semi-automating the extraction using the KingFisher Duo Prime Sample Purification System.
Correlation between mutations found in FFPE tumor tissue and paired cfDNA samples

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/posters/genomics-poster-ashg-2019-formapure-xl-dna-apostle-minimax-paired-cfdna-ffpe.pdf
This link directs to an external poster presented at ASHG 2019. This poster presents the data associated with correlation between mutations found In FFPE tumor tissue and paired cfDNA samples.
Comparison between Mutation Profiles of Paired Whole Blood and cfDNA Samples

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/posters/genomics-poster-ashg-2019-apostle-minimax-genfindv3-paired-cfdna-blood.pdf
This link directs to an external poster presented at ASHG 2019. This poster presents the data associated with the comparison between mutation profiles of paired whole blood and cfDNA samples.
Correlation between mutations found in FFPE tumor tissue and paired cfDNA samples

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/posters/Genomics-poster-apostle-minimax-formapure-xl-correlation-between-mutations-cfdna-ffpe.pdf
This link directs to an external poster presented at AACR 2019. This poster presents a comparison of matched FFPE and plasma samples to determine how many mutations are seen in both tissues.
Apostle MiniMax - A new scalable and automatable method for the extraction of cfDNA

https://media.beckman.com/-/media/pdf-assets/posters/genomics-poster-apostle-minimax-scalable-automated-method-cfdna-extraction.pdf
This link directs to an external poster presented at AGBT 2019. This poster presents a novel cfDNA extraction kit and show its compatibility with extractions from 200 µl – 5 mL.