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Anyplex™ II
Thrombosis SNP Panel Assay

Simultaneous detection of 6 SNPs in Factor II, Factor V and MTHFR genes

Anyplex™ II Thrombosis SNP Panel Assay simultaneously detects and discriminates 6 SNPs (1 in Factor II, 3 in Factor V and 2 in MTHFR) that are the most important genetic risk factors of venous thrombosis. Based on mTOCE™ technology, this assay detects and differentiates multiple SNPs without performance being affected by in a single channel using real-time PCR.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Multiple SNPs in a channel

    Multiple SNPs are detected and differentiated in a single channel

  • Specific analysis of SNP

    Performance is not affected by multiple SNPs being present

  • Multiplex real-time PCR

    7 SNPs in Factor II, Factor V and MTHFR genes can be detected in a single tube

  • Informative assay

    Assistant of appropriate treatment and management for co-infection

  • User-friendly workflow

    Convenient workflow using Seegene’s automated one platform

  • UDG system

    Utilization of the UDG system to prevent carry-over contamination

  • Proper patient care

    Quick and proper treatment provided by accurate test results

  • Automatic data analyzer

    Automated data interpretation and LIS interlocking with Seegene Viewer

  • Powerful performance with unique technology

    Multiplex real-time PCR with high sensitivity and specificity by utilization of DPO™ and TOCE™ technologies

  • Analytes

    Anyplex™ II
    Thrombosis SNP Panel Assay

    • Factor II - G20210A
    • Factor V - H1299R
    • Factor V - R506Q
    • Factor V - Y1702C
    • MTHFR - A1298C
    • MTHFR - C677T
    • Internal Control (IC)
  • Specimen

    • Whole Blood
  • Ordering Information

    Cat No. / Size
    Anyplex™ II Thrombosis SNP Panel Assay
    TS7600Y / 50 rxns
    TS7600X / 100 rxns


The results indicate multiple results of  H1299R (Heterozygote type), C677T (Homozygote type), R506Q (Wild type) in the FAM / HEX channel, and G20210A (Heterozygote type) in the Cal Red 610 / Quasar 670 channels