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  • Cappable-seq Service now available !

    In close cooperation with New England Biolabs, Inc. (NEB), VERTIS is now able to make the new Cappable-seq method available to its customers. The method was developed by Laurence Ettwiller and Ira Schildkraut from NEB (Ettwiller, L. et al. 2016. BMC Genomics. 17, 1 (2016), 199).

    It represents the current most sensitive and robust method for the precise identification of bacterial transcription start sites (TSSs).

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VERTIS Laboratory

Our molecular biology laboratory works with the most advanced equipment for automated NGS library preparation and quality controls.


Illumina Sequencing

We use the new NextSeq 500 desktop sequencing System.


The NextSeq 500 allows fast, flexible, and high-throughput NGS sequencing applications
with the accuracy of Illumina SBS technology.



MICROLAB® STAR Liquid Handling Workstation (STARlet, Hamilton)


The use of a robotic system for NGS library preparation guarantees reproducible data, more consistent yields and higher quality data.


DNA/RNA Analysis

Microchip Electrophoresis System for DNA/RNA Analysis MCE®-202 MultiNA (Shimadzu)




High-speed automatic operation for up to 96 analyses per run.


DNA Size Fractionation

LabChip XP DNA/RNA fractionation system (Caliper/Perkin Elmer)




We use the LabChip XP apparatus for semi-automated extraction of microRNA (miR) from total RNA, as well as for size fractionation of NGS libraries, in order to obtain higher yields and higher quality data in next generation sequencing projects.



Eco Real-Time PCR System (Illumina)


Eco features high-quality optical and thermal modules to provide optimal performance and data


Sample preparation (DNA/RNA extraction)

Geno/Grinder 2010 high-throughput cell and tissue homogenizer (SPEX)


Specifically designed for rapid cell disruption, lysis and tissue homogenization while preserving temperature sensitive samples. Typical samples include plant and animal tissue, cell cultures, seeds, yeast, fruit and bacteria.