Illumina Nextera DNA Flex

Illumina has launched its Nextera DNA Flex, a whole-genome sequencing library preparation product that eliminates the need for sample prep of whole blood and saliva, and cuts down on steps in the library prep workflow. The new product utilizes On-Bead Tagmentation, which reduces total library prep turnaround time to less than three hours, the firm said. Among the applications for Nextera DNA Flex are sequencing of human or other large or complex genomes, amplicons, and microbial, parasitic, and fungal species, Illumina added.

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