Sequencing of RNAs from extracellular fluids, including serum and plasma, is a fast-growing area of biomarker research. The need to process small quantities of samples is increasing as early detection strategies become more effective and less invasive biopsy strategies are adopted.
Moreover, the rapidly changing landscape of molecular testing points towards a need for minimizing sample input and preservation of sample for future testing.
This webinar provides insights into important factors that affect NGS library quality when using challenging samples such as cell-free Nucleic Acids (cfDNA and cfRNA). It also outlines strategies to overcome these negative effects as well as highlights automated liquid handling as an option to reduce human errors and increase productivity.
- Learn strategies to overcome difficulties in processing NGS libraries from challenging samples such as cell-free RNA
- Understand the impact consumables can have on NGS results
- Learn how laboratory automation can help achieve reliable NGS results and increase your overall productivity
Date & Time:
Thursday 18th October 2018, 11 am EDT, 5 pm CEST, 4 pm BST
Kanhav Khanna, Application Specialist, Automated Liquid Handling, Eppendorf North America