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Streamlining Data Integration To Unlock Multi-Omics Insights

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Paired DNA and RNA sequencing is an increasingly popular method used to produce libraries from FFPE samples.

Whilst traditional sequencing methods can present challenges distinguishing between the two types of nucleic acids, thus presenting potential biases in amplification, a total prep workflow streamlines sequencing by processing DNA and RNA from one sample in a single tube, maximizing efficiency. 

This poster presents a solution that can offer results in less than 1.5 days, producing sequencing-ready libraries from total nucleic acid samples.

Download this poster to learn more about a method that can:

  • Ensure robust quality control
  • Efficiently segregate RNA and DNA reads within the input data for downstream analysis
  • Demonstrate comparable performance from high- and low-quality FFPE input material
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