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Last €22.11 EUR
Change Today -0.77 / -3.36%
Volume 356.6K
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QIAGEN N.V. provides sample to insight solutions that transform biological samples into valuable molecular insights worldwide. It offers sample technologies to isolate, purify, and stabilize nucleic acids and proteins in plasmid deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) purification, ribonucleic acid purification and stabilization, genomic and viral nucleic acid purification, DNA cleanup after polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and sequencing, and library preparation for sequencing applications; and assay technologies to detect molecular targets. The company also offers ingenuity variant analysis, a cloud-based platform to evaluate data generated by NGS technologies; CLC cancer research workbench, a cancer-focused informatics solution; and GeneGlobe, a Web-based portal that enables researchers to search and select from pre-designed and custom PCR assay kits and NGS assay panels. In addition, it provides co-development, technology licenses and patent sales, and custom services, such as whole genome amplification services, DNA sequencing, and non-cGMP DNA production. Further, the company offers instrumentation systems for laboratories to perform nucleic acid sample preparation, assay setup, target detection, and interpretation of genomic information. Its automation platforms include QIAsymphony, a modular system; EZ1 Advanced XL for automated nucleic acid purification; QIAcube, a sample processing instrument; QIAcube HT for automated nucleic acid purification; Rotor-Gene Q, a rotary real-time PCR cycler system; PyroMark, a high-resolution detection platform; QIAgility, a compact benchtop instrument; QIAxcel for nucleic acid separation; and ESEQuant Tube Scanners. The company serves molecular diagnostics, applied testing, pharma, and academia customers. It has collaboration agreement with Astellas Pharma Inc., AstraZeneca PLC, Eli Lilly and Company, Exosome Diagnostics Inc., and Novartis AG. QIAGEN N.V. was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Venlo, the Netherlands.

4,400 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/30/15
Founded in 1986

qiagen n.v. (QIA) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Total Annual Compensation: $1.9M
Chief Financial Officer and Managing Director
Total Annual Compensation: $811.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

qiagen n.v. (QIA) Key Developments

DNAnexus Partners with QIAGEN to Integrate its Cloud Genomics Platform with Ingenuity Variant Analysis

DNAnexus, Inc. announced that QIAGEN has integrated the DNAnexus cloud genomics platform with Ingenuity Variant Analysis, QIAGEN’s leading variant interpretation solution. Researchers globally now have the ability to choose a sequencer independent, cloud-based solution for analyzing and interpreting their NGS data by uploading raw sequencing data into the scalable DNAnexus cloud platform and seamlessly generating uniquely actionable biological insights through QIAGEN’s Ingenuity Variant Analysis. Ingenuity Variant Analysis leverages expert, manually-curated literature and powerful Path-to-Phenotype capabilities to relate biological phenotype with human variation data. The DNAnexus Platform enables QIAGEN to run best practices secondary analysis in the cloud, providing a secure, reproducible, cost-effective, and scalable solution. In addition, the DNAnexus export tool enables customers to securely transfer variant data into QIAGEN’s Ingenuity platform automatically for downstream analysis, including annotation, interpretation, and variant reporting. Furthermore, while exploring variants inside of Variant Analysis, researchers can easily refer back to supporting information such as the mapped reads found in a BAM file on DNAnexus, and view this data along with the variant data inside of a genome browser. This integrated solution allows researchers to rapidly identify, prioritize, and validate the most promising variants for follow-up.

QIAGEN N.V. Launches New Bioinformatics Solution for Hereditary Diseases

QIAGEN N.V. announced the launch of a new QIAGEN hereditary disease solution for research labs to accelerate solve rates in diagnostic odyssey cases, while freeing up time and resources by enabling researchers to directly focus on the right causal candidates. The offering includes QIAGEN's Biomedical Genomics Workbench, Biomedical Genomics Server Solution, Ingenuity® Variant Analysis™, and HGMD® Human Gene Mutation Database. The new end-to-end solution is rolling out this week at the American Society for Human Genetics (ASHG) Annual Meeting in Baltimore. QIAGEN's hereditary disease solution addresses the NGS analysis bottleneck by delivering seamless and highly accurate end-to-end workflows for the identification and interpretation of causal variants in hereditary and rare diseases from NGS data. A laboratory using this new hereditary disease solution can achieve a case solve rate as high as 99%, while significantly reducing the rate of irrelevant variants for follow-up by 94% to 100%. These close to perfect solve rates are not possible using any other bioinformatics solution available in the market today, according to the latest benchmarking study that QIAGEN will present at ASHG. The solution is cost-effective and can handle a high volume of samples (for example, 18,000 whole genomes per year). In addition, the QIAGEN Knowledge Base enables collaborative progress for clinical research labs that share information on hereditary diseases in datasets such as the Allele Frequency Community. QIAGEN will be exhibiting the hereditary disease solution during ASHG at booth #1622, demonstrating Biomedical Genomics Workbench, Biomedical Genomics Server Solution, Ingenuity Variant Analysis and HGMD.

QIAGEN N.V. Launches QIAGEN's CE Marked careHPV Test

QIAGEN N.V. announced its initiative to increase global access to advanced cervical cancer screening technologies for women most in need. It includes the commercial launch of QIAGEN's CE marked careHPV Test and the introduction of a new CE marked self-collection claim for its sampling device, the digene HC2 Collection Device. The careHPV Test is the first HPV diagnostic specifically designed for regions with limited healthcare infrastructure. As such, the test enables the worldwide implementation and expansion of HPV-based cervical cancer screening, including in areas where women are not screened otherwise. Human papillomavirus or HPV is the primary cause of cervical cancer. The robust, portable and easy-to-use careHPV Test and instrument are designed specifically for use in settings with a limited healthcare infrastructure, such as areas lacking electricity, water or laboratories. Due to the use of color-coding, easy-to-understand menus and self-contained reagents, non-medical staff can be trained to use the careHPV Test in a matter of hours. The test also tolerates temperature variations like those that can occur in rural, resource-poor areas without refrigeration. Its performance has been demonstrated in several clinical and demonstration trials in China, India, Nigeria and other countries. The careHPV Test was previously launched in India and China, and in other countries through QIAGENcares, the company's social responsibility program, and was developed with support from PATH and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The company also announced the introduction of a new CE marked claim for the digene HC2 Collection Device, allowing it to be used for self-collection of samples with its digene HC2 HPV Test, the world's most validated and sensitive HPV test. The self-collection CE marked claim will also be launched for use with the careHPV Test during the fourth quarter of 2015. QIAGEN is the first company to offer both an HPV test and a collection device that are clinically validated for self-collected samples. The digene HC2 Collection Device was validated in a large study conducted in Mexico which showed that the sensitivity of the digene HPV Test on self-collected samples was three times greater than that of cytology.


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