New Products: Qiagen's QIAxpert and Cancer Workbench; Lexogen's RNA-seq Library Prep Kits | GenomeWeb

Qiagen has launched QIAxpert for quantification and quality control of DNA and RNA samples for next-generation sequencing. QIAxpert is a UV/VIS spectrophotometer that enables laboratories to effortlessly assess the quality and quantity of nucleic acids in up to 16 samples within just two minutes, according to the company.

Qiagen has also launched the CLC Cancer Research Workbench, a bioinformatics solution for interpretation of next-gen sequencing data for cancer research.

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