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Old 01-23-2017, 08:36 AM   #1
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Default Webinar Jan 25 '17: What to do when you donít have enough genomic DNA

I apologize if this is not the correct forum to post this!

Join Lucigen for What do when you don't have enough DNA (a Webinar)
When: Jan 25, 2017 8 am and 11 am CST

Have you ever wanted to analyze your favorite genomic DNA (gDNA) sample, but didnít have enough starting material? Perhaps you wanted to perform whole genome sequencing on a single mammalian cell (e.g. a single cancer cell), but couldnít effectively make your next-gen sequencing fragment library because you didnít have enough DNA? Or maybe you had enough material from your metagenomic sample to perform one PCR analysis, but you used up the entire sample in that one experiment and couldnít archive any material for future analyses? If youíve experienced any of these or other issues due to limiting gDNA samples, then this webinar will help you identify potential solutions.

Register here for our webinar on What to do when you donít have enough genomic DNA: https://goo.gl/S7DRtZ
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