November 15, 2016
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New England BioLabs

GenomeWeb/ABRF 2016 Webinar Series: The ABRF NGS Study, Phase 2: DNA Sequencing Platforms


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This webinar provides an update on Phase 2 of the ongoing ABRF Next Generation Sequencing Study, an effort to evaluate the performance of NGS platforms and to identify optimal methods and best practices. Phase 1 of the study focused on RNA sequencing, while Phase 2 is focusing on genomic DNA samples.

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