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Sample Quality Control in Next-Generation Sequencing Workflows

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Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is an essential tool in molecular biology laboratories for the analysis of nucleic acid samples in numerous basic, translational and clinical research settings. Preparation of sample libraries is a critical step of the NGS workflow, and can be a time-consuming, labor-intensive and costly process. Quality control (QC) of input samples, at intermediate steps of the preparation process, and of the final libraries before sequencing, can help save time and resources by identifying samples that will not yield successful sequence data. 

Download this app compendium to discover systems that can be used to analyze:

  • Genomic DNA
  • Cell-free DNA
  • Total RNA
  • FFPE DNA and RNA