Posts Tagged: NGS


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Automate and accelerate: Focus on insights, not library prep

The faster you can prepare high-quality NGS libraries, the faster you can proceed with sequencing your sample and uncovering insights that accelerate your understanding of its underlying biology. But what if you have thousands of samples? Issues such as manual handling errors, irreproducibility and batch-to-batch inconsistency become magnified the more samples you have to process…. Read article →


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QIAcube Connect – redefining automated sample processing for increased confidence in valuable insights

Almost 12 years ago, on January 29, 2007 to be precise, QIAGEN unveiled the revolutionary sample processing platform called the QIAcube to be used in any research laboratory throughout the world. The aim of this instrument was to allow a new level of ease in sample processing, to eliminate manual processing steps, automate QIAGEN spin-column prep… Read article →


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Find every variant that matters – head-to-head comparison of targeted sequencing methods

In precision medicine, only a handful of DNA variants are going to be relevant for a specific disease or a targeted treatment. Identifying these variants can be difficult, depending on the DNA sample, the specific gene or region and the methodology used to detect them. Next-generation sequencing can deliver precise and accurate information on variants… Read article →


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Meet a microbiome researcher: Q&A with Dr. Erika Ganda

As a part of our Microbiome research interview series, we spoke with Dr. Erika Ganda from the department of Food Science, Cornell University, New York. Erika is a microbiome researcher with a background in veterinary medicine, epidemiology, microbiology, dairy extension and business. Her research interests focus on the application of innovative technologies to investigate animal… Read article →