Say Goodbye to Manual Gels: Automated DNA Size Selection Has Arrived
18 Aug 2014

Automated size selection is a superior alternative to manual gel extraction, allowing scientists to save time and money, improve the efficiency of sequencing runs and analysis, and perform new applications with next-gen sequencers. This white paper describes the use of the Pippin Prep and Blue Pippin size selection platforms for automated DNA size selection.

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