Posts Tagged: genotyping

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Let’s celebrate DNA Day!

April 25, 1953, is a day to remember. That’s the day, sixty-five years ago, that DNA’s double-helical structure was published for the first time in a paper by James Watson and Francis Crick. The paper, printed in the journal Nature, together with papers from Maurice Wilkins and Rosalind Franklin, included evidence that the structure existed… Read article →


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A 3-part webinar series: Overcoming challenges in gDNA-based research, multiplex PCR and quality control

The quality of extracted genomic DNA (gDNA) is a critical factor in many downstream applications, such as real-time PCR or multiplex PCR. Successful extraction of gDNA from formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues remains a challenge. Therefore, it’s good to get back to the basics of sample purification, multiplex PCR and quality control in order to… Read article →



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The Bioscientist Webinar Festival – a pool of educational content

Here at QIAGEN, one of our main aims is to provide you with excellent, actionable resources that will support you in your research and experiments. As a result, we create content on a regular basis that can help you gain insights into important topics of scientific and specialized interest. As part of this ongoing effort,… Read article →