This learning center Is a centralized location for the presentation of sequencing and fragment analysis educational resources, technologies, and application areas. Select a section below to view a collection of many different types of learning resources on that subject, Including articles, application notes, videos, and webinars. Visit the Resource Library to find Sanger sequencing, next-generation sequencing, and fragment analysis resources presented together in a searchable, sortable table.
Whether you are a new or experienced scientist, you will learn more about the history of sequencing, key sequencing methods for DNA and RNA characterization, how to size DNA by fragment analysis, and how to choose the right method for your application.
Capillary electrophoresis Is the platform used to conduct Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis to obtain single-base resolution and discrimination between single-base changes In DNA length. This simple and fast technology uses fluorescently labeled oligonucleotide primers to seek out specific DNA regions to conduct targeted sequencing.
Discover next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, which Is used for rapid sequencing of the base pairs In DNA or RNA samples and combines simple sample preparation and data analysis solutions for ultimate flexibility for sequencing projects. Learn how NGS supports a wide range of methods and applications that are driving discovery and enabling the future of personalized medicine.
Informative webinars about the role of sequencing in genome editing confirmation, cell line authentication, and oncology, reproductive genomics, gene expression, and inherited disease research.