NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Ambry Genetics has chosen Kapa Biosystems' Kapa Hyper Prep Kits for Ambry's ExomeNext and ExomeNext-Rapid exome sequencing assays, the companies said this week.

Kapa's kits feature improved library yields, with up to 40 percent of input DNA converted to adapter-ligated library, as well as greater coverage uniformity and a streamlined workflow that requires 35 minutes of hands-on time and less than three hours of total workflow time, Ambry and Kapa said.

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