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NEXTflex™ PCR-Free DNA Sequencing Kit

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Amplifying AT or GC rich genomic regions often leads to sequence biased nucleotide compositions and poses a serious challenge during analysis. Using specially designed master-mixed enzymes, the NEXTflex™ PCR-Free DNA Sequencing kit completely eliminates the need for amplification, enabling better read mapping and a reduction in duplicate sequences leading to reduced sequence cost and bias for more representative base identities and better de novo assembly. In addition, the NEXTflex PCR-Free DNA Sequencing Kit features patent pending “Enhanced Adapter Ligation Technology” resulting in library preps with a larger number of unique sequencing reads. By making improvements to the ligation enzymatic mix, the user will now have the ability to perform ligations with longer adapters and expect to see better binding efficiencies. The NEXTflex PCR-Free Sequencing Kit simplifies workflow by using master mixed reagents and magnetic bead based cleanup, reducing pipetting and eliminating time consuming steps in library preparation. In addition, the availability of up to 48 unique adapter barcodes with the NEXTflex™ PCR-Free Barcode Kits makes this the most high-throughput kit available. For larger volume requirements, customization and bulk packaging is available. For increased flexibility individual reagents (non-master mixed) are also available. Please contact nextgen@biooscientific.com for further information.
Product NEXTflex™ PCR-Free DNA Sequencing Kit
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 5142-02
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