Posts Tagged: NGS

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QIAseq and Single Primer Extension Chemistry: Redefining Amplicon-Based NGS

Targeted NGS has been widely used for the detection and confirmation of genetic changes, yet there are technical challenges that undermine precise quantification and confound analyses. Multiplex PCR and nested PCR-based library preparation approaches present primer design and specificity challenges inherent to these methods. Amplicon-based next-generation sequencing (NGS) assays offer many advantages for targeted enrichment…. Read article →



Festival of Genomics

Join us at the Festival of Genomics, 2017

On October 3-4, QIAGEN will be in Boston, MA at the 2017 Festival of Genomics, along with numerous researchers and experts interested in the festival’s goal “to bring the benefits of genomics to patients, faster.” Visit us in booth #612 to see how we are helping advance genomic research by overcoming classic barriers in next-generation… Read article →


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Explore new heights and gain momentum in your forensic research – powered by NGS!

QIAGEN reaches new peaks to ensure your insights into forensic analysis, exploiting the power of next-generation sequencing (NGS). NGS empowers forensic laboratories to obtain an increased amount of data through the ability to multiplex large numbers of markers – enabling greater success in solving crimes or resolving complex paternity cases, with essential information on identity,… Read article →


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Did you miss Cancer Research Week @ QIAGEN? Watch the recordings!

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is changing the face of cancer research and propelling us faster than ever toward smart, personalized solutions for attacking tumors. Recently we presented Cancer Research Week, a 4-part webinar series covering the latest advances in NGS to help you in your mission to reveal cancer’s secrets, from molecular barcodes to single cell sequencing. Did… Read article →