As molecular diagnostics have progressed, laboratories have benefitted from major advancements in testing sensitivity and reduced turnaround times. However, with so many different methods, systems, and consumables required to run IVD assays, laboratory workflow and bench space has suffered. To further complicate laboratory operations, often, only certain technicians can run specific tests because of test complexity. This can drive labs to operate in a way that increases costs and is not optimally efficient.
Imagine if there were a system to free your bench space and simplify your workflow so you could expand your testing, while also optimizing your workflow for overall cost savings. Well, now—that system is here. Luminex would like to introduce you to the New Way to Work with the ARIES® System. The new ARIES® System is Luminex’s sample to answer, real time PCR system that is crafted to increase laboratory efficiency, ensure result accuracy, and fit seamlessly into today’s lean laboratory.
ARIES® will free your bench space with its narrow footprint and integrated computer, and it will provide efficiency and flexibility with its ability to run multiple IVD assays in a single run with only minutes of assay prep time. This efficiency provides a scalable solution for both hospitals and reference labs alike.
Would you like to learn more about how ARIES® could integrate into your lab?
For In Vitro Diagnostic Use. Products are region specific and may not be approved in some countries/regions. Please contact Luminex at [email protected] to obtain the appropriate product information for your country of residence.
The ARIES® instrument is a class 1(I) laser product.
Intended Use (US-IVD):
The Luminex ARIES® System is an in vitro diagnostic (IVD) platform that performs nucleic acid based tests in clinical laboratories. The Luminex ARIES® System is capable of automated extraction and purification of nucleic acids from multiple sample types as well as the automated amplification and detection of target nucleic acid sequences by fluorescence-based PCR.