Seegene Develops New Normalization Software Technology for Molecular Diagnosis

SEOUL, South Korea --- Seegene Inc., developer of multiplex PCR technologies, has developed a new software technology that can normalize test results of real-time PCR molecular diagnosis systems. This new innovative technology calibrates test results by correcting signal variations from a PCR instrument and can be applied universally to any real-time PCR instruments.

Typically, a variation in signals exists between instruments of the same models or wells within the same model instrument. While manufacturers of instruments strive to address this issue by calibrating hardware, it has remained an unsolved problem, resulting in inconsistent performance in instruments. Seegene has finally found a solution to this problem. Seegene's new software technology successfully overcomes variations in real-time PCR instrumentation, that is, variations from instrument-to-instrument, well-to-well and sample-to-sample. With this new software, test results are automatically normalized, dramatically reducing the possibility of analysis errors and allowing for the reliability of simultaneous multiple diagnostics.

This new technology conducts normalization of instruments to provide consistent results not only within the same model instruments but also among the different model instruments. It promises to become a crucial technology to help expand Seegene's upcoming "one platform MDx solution" to various types of instruments.

Recently, Seegene has announced that its new product portfolio will present 95 new products through its proprietary automated assay development system. As the first step towards the one platform MDx solution, Seegene is developing and preparing more than 10 new products with CE-IVD certification within this year.

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