Enabling Precision Oncology with the
NEW COMPASS Tumor Profiling SystemTM

End-to-End Process

Simple, efficient workflow producing clinically meaningful answers.

LIBRARY
PREPARATION
MODULE I

complete set of reagents to prepare extracted dna for sequencing

LIBRARY
PREPARATION
MODULE II

gene specific content and Stanford Invented oligo selective sequencing – OS-SeqTM

DNA STANDARDS
&
CONTROL MODULE

standards ensure “ground truth” variant detection

STRATUSTM
ANALYSIS
MODULE

cloud based uploading and analysis tool

CLINICAL
ANNOTATION &
REPORTING MODULES

identify therapeutic options

MOLECULAR
TUMOR BOARD
MODULE

provide clinical interpretation of results

TOMA’s mission is to provide the most effective sequencing solution to identify clinically meaningful changes in the DNA of cancer tumors.

TOMA has commercially launched TOMA OS-SeqTM Cancer Assay to help laboratories and researchers uncover clinically meaningful genomic changes in tumors, including many missed by other methods.

With an exclusive license to the oligo selective sequencing (OS-Seq) technology invented at Stanford University, TOMA has developed a fast, simple and efficient way to comprehensively analyze all types of tumor samples – even those with limited volume and poor quality.

A team of renowned industry specialists is leading the product development, commercialization and regulatory pathways to bring these products to laboratories, hospital systems and research institutions around the world.

 

Find Cancer Mutations Using TOMA OS-SeqTM Technology

Breakthrough targeted sequencing technology enables analysis of DNA from archival FFPE tissue and low quantities such as fine needle aspirations, core needle biopsies or plasma (coming soon).

Precision Medicine Webinar Series

Learn the latest in Cancer Genomics

Upcoming Webinar
April 27th, 11:00AM PDT

From Tumor to Action

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Breakthrough Cancer Genomics Sequencing Technology

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