Vantage 3D™ Assays

nCounter® Vantage 3D™ Assays

The nCounter® Vantage 3D™ Assay portfolio is powered by 3D Biology™ Technology enabling you to profile combinations of DNA, RNA, and protein targets up to 800-plex from a single sample. Designed for flexibility, you can select the right panel for each analyte type and profile all three at once with the nCounter® Analysis System and nSolver™ software. Multi-analyte pre-matched assays are available to simplify your selection and provide curated content for specific research areas, including Immuno-Oncology, Solid Tumor, and Lung Tumor Profiling.

Mix and match any combination of pre-validated DNA, RNA, and protein panels from below or select pre-matched assays. Each panel can also be run as a stand-alone assay so you can generate the data you need.

DNA PanelsRNA PanelsProtein Panels
Solid Tumor
Adaptive Immunity
Cancer Metabolism
Cellular Profiling
Cellular Signaling
DNA Damage and Repair
Innate Immunity
MAPK-PI3K Pathways
WNT Pathways
Leukemia Gene Fusion
Lung Gene Fusion
Immune Cell Profiling for cell suspensions
Immune Cell Signaling for cell suspensions
Solid Tumor for Lysate
Solid Tumor for FFPE
Heme for Lysate
Heme for FFPE

Pre-Matched 800-plex multi-analyte Assays

RNA:Protein Immune Cell Profiling for cell suspensions

RNA:Protein Immune Cell Signaling for cell suspensions

RNA:Protein Solid Tumor for Lysate

RNA:Protein Solid Tumor for FFPE

Unsure if you can perform your desired experiment in a single lane? Our nCounter® Vantage 3D Assays are flexible and designed to allow you to profile the most important analytes and targets for your research. The table provides an overview of analyte compatibility:

Additionally, both our Vantage 3D RNA and Vantage 3D Protein panels can be customized. Up to 24 genes of interest can be added to any Vantage 3D RNA panel, including our fusion panels. Up to three additional protein targets can be added to any Vantage 3D Protein panel. Protein analysis is also compatible with custom CodeSets.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.