Laboratory Automation

Accelerating Productivity

With State-of-the-art platforms for Genetic Analysis

Hanabi Cytogenetic Systems
Biodot
Applied Spectral Imaging
Nucleic Acid Extraction and Purification
WAVE® DHPLC Systems

ADS Biotec, is a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of laboratory automation instruments for use in cytogenetic, pathology, and research laboratories.  Our technology and services enable our customers to increase productivity and throughput while maintaining a high degree of quality and consistency.

Our HANABI Metaphase Chromosome Harvesters and Spreaders are designed for today’s cytogenetic laboratories requiring increased productivity and throughput with the consistent, professional quality you demand every time.

The CellWriter™ Workstation from BioDot delivers precision and consistency while transforming the throughput that can be achieved in an individual lab. By combining our expertise in high throughput automation with our new patented FISHArray™ technology (allowing multiple cytogenetic assays to be performed on a single slide), the genetic information we seek is now easy to obtain.

ASI’s scalable and modular platforms are designed to meet current and future laboratory needs while the CellWriter™ Workstation from BioDot delivers precision and consistency while transforming the throughput that can be achieved in an individual lab.

Our offering of QuickGene and GenePrep STAR systems provide a complete range of nucleic acid extraction and purification.  From manual and semi-automatic bench top units to fully automated high throughput systems.

ADS BIOTEC WAVE® Systems utilize DHPLC (denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography) in conjunction with the ADS BIOTEC patented separation DNASep® Cartridges for mutation detection. WAVE ® Systems offer discovery and detection of genetic variation at close to 100% sensitivity— making it one of the most sensitive and accurate technologies for detection of known and unknown mutations and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).