MOLECULAR TESTING IS COMPLEX. THIS IS POWERFULLY SIMPLE.
The Idylla™ solution is a revolutionary, fully-automated, real-time PCR based molecular testing system designed to offer results in just minutes. It makes molecular testing fast, convenient and suitable for any lab.
A system that makes biomarker testing fast and easy?
FAST ASSAY TURNAROUND
Biomarker test results between 90 to 150 minutes
EASY TO USE AUTOMATED SYSTEM
With less than two minutes hands-on time
SUITABLE FOR ANY LAB
Small footprint and low consumable costs
MINIMAL SAMPLE NEEDED
Only 1 slice of tissue or 1 ml of plasma per assay
Idylla™ is the first sample-in, results out system for oncology.
Built for your needs.
The Idylla™ system — A modular instrument ready to accommodate your lab's throughput even as it changes over the years.
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One of the biggest challenges oncology labs face with biomarker testing is the ability to obtain samples of sufficient size and quality. With the Idylla™ system only a minimal amount of sample is needed. For solid biopsies, just one slice of tissue is enough and our plasma-based assays require only 1 ml of plasma.