March 16, 2017
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Agilent Technologies

Optimizing Whole-Transcriptome RNA-Seq with Improved Library Prep and Data Analysis


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This online seminar discusses how improvements on the front end and back end of the sequencing workflow can lead to better RNA-seq results.

Our first speaker, Alex Siebold, manager of the North American Genomics Field Applications Team at Agilent, presents a new direct-to-capture library prep method for whole-transcriptome RNA-seq that leverages Agilent’s SureSelect target enrichment technology.

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