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February 27, 2020
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A Novel DNA Extraction Approach for Sequencing-Ready DNA in a Single Tube

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In this on-demand webinar, David Saul and Jo Stanton highlight the quality of DNA extracted using the rapid PDQeX protocol compared to competing methodologies. The speakers also discuss the particular advantages of using this enzyme-driven chemistry for sequencing projects and share insights on the compatibility of the PDQeX system with emerging sequencing technologies.

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