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AIR™ DNA Barcodes

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AIR™ DNA Barcodes can be used to provide flexibility and high-throughput capabilities in sequencing applications. They significantly increase scale while reducing costs by allowing the user to pool multiple library preparations into a single flow cell lane. The AIR DNA Barcodes accomplish this by using a 6 nt index on the PCR primer. This allows for proper differentiation between samples, preventing poor reads from single base errors introduced during PCR. These barcodes can be used with single, paired-end and multiplex reads and are compatible with the AIR™ Paired-End and AIR™ Genomic DNA Sequencing kits as well as with Illumina kits. For larger volume requirements, customized and bulk packaging is available. Please contact nextgen@biooscientific.com for further information.
Product AIR™ DNA Barcodes
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 513904
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