Application Note: Automating next-generation library preparation
7 June 2021
Next-generation sequencing technology has been pivotal in determining the unique nucleic acid sequences of a plethora of organisms from microscopic nematodes to humans. Scientists use next-generation sequencing to peer into the human genome and identify key transcriptomic profiles that impact human health and disease. Extracting nucleic acid sequences and adequately preparing this sprawling genetic information is crucial to the success of next-generation sequencing.