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One spin, one dedicated kit – selection wheels make it possible

It can be a real struggle sometimes to find and select the right isolation kit, whether it is for RNA or genomic DNA (gDNA) purification. Not using the right kit for your experiments has major consequences, however – the impact could be as severe as not being able to publish your results. Or worse, finding that other researchers were able… Read article →


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Dive into the QIAseq universe – introducing new QIAseq NGS portfolio

QIAGEN is making great strides towards improving your options in NGS library prep technology.  To explore the complete QIAseq NGS portfolio, download our most recent NGS launch flyer, “Exploring new frontiers with next-generation sequencing,” here! Here at QIAGEN, we take immense pride in developing innovative technologies and high-quality products to offer our customers a streamlined,… Read article →


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How fast is your amplicon library prep?

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology has fundamentally changed genomic research and now is entering the realm of routine diagnostics. Targeted resequencing, or amplicon sequencing, where selected regions of the genome are enriched prior to library preparation by highly multiplexed PCR, allows researchers to focus sequencing power on specific genes or regions of interest, and is often… Read article →


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New NGS webinar series! NGS technology essentials

NGS technology essentials – targeted enrichment, fusion gene analysis and library prep Get ready for the next leap forward with new next-generation sequencing technology! Join us for NGS Webinar Week on Oct 3–6! Learn about NGS essentials with our experts. 11 a.m. EDT, 8 a.m. PDT, 4 p.m. GMT, 5 p.m. CEST Part 1: Digital DNA-seq technology:… Read article →


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A winning combination in advanced genotyping

Fast and reliable multiplex PCR using high-quality gDNA Multiplex PCR technology is becoming standard in genotyping studies due to its revolutionary impact on experiments involving large numbers of PCR reactions, yielding major savings in both time and cost of reagents. Nowadays, genotyping and DNA testing applications in research, forensic and diagnostic laboratories all use multiplex PCR… Read article →