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    Automating High-Throughput Sample Prep for the Analysis of Complex Diseases Using Next Generation Sequencing

    Tuesday, April 24th, 2012
    8:00am PST / 11:00am EST / 16:00pm BST
    Available to Registrants on-demand following live event

    Dr. Levy will demonstrate how automating complex NGS sample preparation processes such as library construction and size selection can improve your efficiency and sequencing results.

    Benefits of High-Throughput Sample Preparation for NGS• Improved efficiency
    • Decreased errors and cost
    • Increased throughput
    • Better sequencing runs

    Following the webinar
    Live Q&A session


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