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With greater speed, lower costs, and higher throughput than first generation methods, NGS and real-time PCR have brought life science research into a new era. Automation of upstream single-cell isolation, sample prep, library prep, and PCR have further enhanced the applicability of these technologies by eliminating human error, increasing reproducibility and throughput, and giving us access to large data sets. Read through these articles to learn about the exciting research being facilitated by automated NGS and real-time PCR.
Big problems from small bugs: tackling high-throughput surveillance of antibiotic resistance in the environment
Date: June 3, 2019
Categories: Real-Time PCR
Learn about the first large-scale antibiotic resistance survey of European urban wastewater treatment plants using highly parallel qPCR.
Considering automating your single-cell analysis? Here are five features you should look for in a system.
Learn how the many differences between popular scRNA-seq platforms impact your data. Here, we discuss sensitivity, read efficiency, and gene diversity (3' DE expression) data generated by the ABRF Genomics Research Group.
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