DNA library


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DNA library

A collection of cloned DNA fragments that can be used as probes.
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Plasma DNA size profiles of wildtype and DNasel knockout mice using double-stranded (ds) DNA and single-stranded (ss) DNA library preparation.
Bioline reported on Wednesday the development and following launch of the JetSeq DNA Library Preparation portfolio for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) sample preparation in collaboration with Oxford Gene Technology (OGT) for its life science customers.
The ADLIB Project, which stands for The Acute Coronary Event DNA LIBrary, was launched last October.
These oligonucleotide sequences were derived from SSR-containing clones isolated from a size-fractionated genomic DNA library of B.
The sequencing libraries were generated using NEB Next Ultra[TM] DNA Library Prep Kit for Illumina (New England Biolabs) following manufacturer's recommendations, and index codes were added.
Single-stranded DNA library preparation uncovers the origin and diversity of ultrashort cell-free DNA in plasma.
Oligonucleotides--including unselected DNA library, PCR, and sequencing primers, and labeled aptamers for in vitro testing--were purchased from Integrated DNA Technologies (Coralville, IA).
The focus is on automated methods for the NEBNext Ultra DNA library preparation kit for Illumina sequencers.
reagent kit for the preparation of the dna library 1 set, indicated by the participants5.
Template-switching ssDNA libraries (TS-ssDNA) and adaptor-ligation ssDNA libraries (LIG-ssDNA) were generated by the DNA SMART ChIP-Seq Kit (Clontech) and the Accel-NGS 1S Plus DNA Library Kit (SWIFT Biosciences), respectively.
an automated laboratory instrument integration platform (Lot 1) a HTP liquid handling robot (Lot 2) and optional small integrated instruments (Lot 1) for DNA library construction, directed evolution pipeline, high-throughput protein production, isolation and purification, and high-throughput preparation of assays and biotransformations.