Posts Tagged: webinar

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Eliminating contaminants in miRNA-seq libaries just got easier

microRNA sequencing is not only useful for finding novel microRNAs and detecting isomiRs; it’s also an attractive method for miRNA expression profiling, particularly when combined with molecular indexing to boost quantification accuracy (see our previous post, Barcodes in NGS: sample vs molecular). But preparing a library to sequence purely microRNAs can be difficult due to contaminating… Read article →


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Join our webinar: State-of-the-art NGS library quality control solutions

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is revolutionizing life science research and healthcare. The advent of multiple platforms has opened the doors to increased throughput, speed, sensitivity and flexibility, providing researchers with valuable insights at an unprecedented rate. While recent technological developments have made NGS more accessible to smaller labs, many barriers to implementation still remain. NGS workflows… Read article →


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New webinar: HER2, CTCs and tumor stemness

About 20–30% of breast cancer tumors overexpress the oncogene human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2), which – if not treated with a targeted anti-HER2 regimen – leads to higher aggressiveness and mortality. Recently, a number of studies have shown that expression of HER2 in circulating tumor cells (CTCs) varies compared to expression in primary tumors…. Read article →



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New webinar: QIAseq technology overcomes miRNA-seq challenges

As a microRNA detection technology, microRNA sequencing (miRNA-seq) has the potential to uncover new microRNAs, identify processing intermediates and reveal quantitative differences between samples. However, challenges presented by FFPE and serum/plasma samples, the need for high amounts of sample input and tedious workflows using size selection electrophoresis have led to disappointing and often irreproducible results. This Wednesday,… Read article →