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Next Generation Sequencing – Template Preparation 1

After a library is properly prepared, (remember it can be from many sources – randomly sheared genomic DNA, cDNA from a small RNA sample, an immunoprecipitated sample) the library molecules need to be amplified in some manner, before the sequencing takes place. Thus there is a critical need for accurate […]


What is a new Next Generation Sequencing customer to do?

In the roads I travel (and it is now over six years since I made that fateful move from being an ‘internal’ Product Manager to ‘customer-facing’ sales representative) the buying process is all about perceptions of the customer. Right or wrong, potential customers each receive the information from a local […]

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Just what is “Next Generation Technologist” about anyway? 1

“The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed.” – William Gibson This is a blog about next-generation sequencing and it’s intersection with marketing and business in general (primarily), which happens to be my particular area of professional expertise, having focused on next-generation sequencing since late 2006, […]