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Prepare for NGS Success With Sample Quality Control

Prepare for NGS Success With Sample Quality Control
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Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is a time-consuming and costly process. However, the NGS workflow can be streamlined by introducing quality control (QC) steps to distinguish between high- and low-quality samples.

This application note showcases an assay that determines sample quality by assessing the degree of fragmentation of input genomic DNA to identify samples that are not fit for purpose prior to NGS.

Download this application note to discover how to:

  • Easily and rapidly distinguish high quality samples for NGS
  • Establish a DNA integrity number (DIN) cutoff for different sample types
  • Save time and costs with streamlined sequencing preparation

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