NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – At the Clinical Virology Symposium in Daytona Beach, Florida last week, clinicians and investigators gathered to discuss the latest research on a variety of viruses, as well as their effects on patients. Several presenters spoke about the benefits of next-generation sequencing methods in helping them learn which pathogens they were dealing with in a given patient, or how those pathogens had evolved.

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This webinar will address improvements in the library prep workflow for small RNA sequencing in serum and plasma.