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'109' cDNA kits from Oxford Nanopore

Video   Feb 06, 2019

 

Oxford Nanopore’s long-read cDNA sequencing solutions allow researchers to sequence millions of whole transcripts end-to-end in single reads. This enables users to simultaneously perform accurate isoform-level transcriptome characterisation, and differential gene expression profiling without any of the compromises on cost, quantitation, computational or workflow complexity required to achieve this on other short or long read sequencing platforms. https://store.nanoporetech.com/cdna-and-direct-rna/

 
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