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Understanding Library Quantification Assays for Next-generation Sequencing Applications

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has become an important method for applications ranging from genotyping to whole-genome sequencing. To perform an NGS experiment, users must prepare a sequencing library; however, library concentrations can vary widely. In order to ensure that each library is sequenced to the desired depth, they must be quantified.

Download this technical note to discover:

  • Common library quantification methods
  • Assay-specific considerations when choosing the appropriate method
  • A thorough comparison of library quantification technologies