Posts Tagged: NGS


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Time to multiply your library preparations?

It is a proven fact now that next-generation sequencing provides a wealth of data, and can open doors to a multitude of molecular insights in diverse fields – from cancer and stem cell research to microbiology, epigenetics and infectious disease research. DNA library construction is a critical step in the process, since the library DNA… Read article →



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Day 3 at ASHG 2015: Real-life application of genetic variations

(Editor’s note: Missed the earlier ASHG recaps? Find them here! Day One Day Two) In yesterday’s blog, I talked about genetic variability and some concerns about its usefulness. So today, I attended a late evening session, “Clinical Impact of Genetic Variation,” to learn more about how these findings are being used for clinical purposes. The session was led by… Read article →


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October Webinar Feature: Single cell analysis

Do you wonder what you might find if you narrowed your genomic and transcriptomic analyses down to the single-cell level? If you suppressed the noise from ten thousand other cells, what might an individual cell have to say? Single-cell analysis is a burgeoning area of interest, spurred by advances in sequencing technology. Down to the… Read article →