Posts Tagged: DNA

QIAseq1STEP_Amplicon_700x233

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 →


QIAseq_ProductFamily_700x233

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 →


S_4686_LS_iSt_56043832

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 →


WBNR_2ScreenConference_Takeaways_700x233

Webinar takeaways – “Accurate DNA Methylation Analysis by Successful Bisulfite Conversion”

DNA methylation is widely recognized as a major player regulating normal gene expression and facilitating chromatin organization within cells. Research into abnormal DNA methylation that leads to human diseases like cancer could therefore provide valuable insights for disease development diagnosis and potential therapies. DNA is made up of 4 nucleotides – cytosine, guanine, thymine and… Read article →


S_5204_PLS_GI487041639

Back to the future – 30 years of plasmid purification

What would happen if we traveled 30 years back in a QIAGEN time machine? In 1986, it all started with the first QIAGEN kit for plasmid purification, giving scientists all over the world a revolutionary alternative to anion-exchange and phenol chloroform extraction. But back then, would we have believed that plasmid purification kits would become… Read article →