Three Sciclone® G3 Workstation Automated Methods for Targeted Sequencing are Designated Illumina Qualified | Illumina analyzed multiple automated liquid handling methods to determine if they provided consistent, reproducible library prep when used with Thermo Fisher® AmpliSeq™ technology for Illumina® sequencing.
Exome Sequencing using Rapid Automation Technology | Efficient library construction for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) of human whole exome sequencing (WES) is fundamentally improved with the superior oligo prob design and performance of the Twist® Human Core Exome Kit. This kit enables increased uniformity and enables increased uniformity and deeper coverage of difficult regions while driving down the cost per sample.
Contamination-Free, Worry-Free, Walk-Away Library Prep Automation | Automation of library preparation increases throughput, reduces labor costs, and eliminates many of the sources of human error. As most next generation sequencing (NGS) library preparation protocols include one or more polymerase chain reaction (PCR) steps, an on-deck thermal cycler is needed to achieve true walk-away automation.
AUTOMATED LIQUID HANDLING EVOLUTION: AN OVERVIEW One of the first reported systems for liquid handling was described in 1875 by Thaddeus M. Stevens, a professor in Analytical Chemistry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Indiana. The device was designed to control the flux of water through a filter [...]