Enhanced Variant Detection and Sample Complexity Representation
Poster Oct 01, 2019
Zana Kapustina, Aliona Markina, Renata Bruzaite, Karolis Matjosaitis, Giedre Stoskiene, Gediminas Alzbutas, Cris Kinross, Arunas Leipus, Sigita Cinciute and Arvydas Lubys
Whole genome sequencing (WGS) and RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) data are increasingly being utilized to analyze functional variants and changes in gene expression. This helps in understanding diseases, including susceptibility and drug response.
Costs have significantly decreased over the past 10 years, but there are still challenges.
Download this poster to find out how to combat these challenges and achieve:
- Visual feedback for higher library prep success.
- Faster workflows.
- Reduced bias in genomic interpretation.
- Clean data revealing transcriptome complexity.
The novel ‘K’ DNA extraction protocol offers a reliable alternative for preparing fecal specimens for 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing that maintains representation of microbial populations in a sample, with the added benefits that the K method reduces hands-on time by up to 20 x for 96 sample preparations.READ MORE