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Single step sample preparation for next generation DNA sequencing libraries

Researchers in Prof. Hanlee Ji's laboratory have developed a fast, simple technique for preparing libraries for next-generation DNA sequencing. Traditional protocols for preparing DNA for next generation sequencing are labor-intensive, require large amou...
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Method for Identifying Single DNA Molecule Based on Length

Stanford researchers have developed a method for identifying DNA molecules of specific lengths using multiplex amplification on a microfluidic digital PCR platform. This process eliminates the need to physically separate and extract single molecules. For...
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