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Library preparation aims to build a collection of DNA fragments for next-generation sequencing (NGS). A high-quality DNA library guarantees uniform and consistent genome coverage, thus delivering comprehensive and reliable sequencing data. OneLab helps you streamline and trace critical steps in your library preparation process to achieve the best possible DNA quality and purity.
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Circulating cell-free DNA derived from diseased cells is a promising biomarker for non-invasive diagnosis and treatment monitoring. Harnessing the potential of ccfDNA involves not only an understanding of its biology and dynamics but also the standardization of isolation methods. OneLab can act as a platform to execute your ccfDNA isolation protocol, mitigating the effect of pipetting variability.
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Sandwich ELISA is the most robust and sensitive type of ELISA technique. ELISA protocols traditionally have a complex workflow that requires optimization to obtain accurate results with low analytical error. To maximize accuracy and reproducibility, OneLab can guide you through your optimized protocol to ensure consistent pipetting throughout the assay and between sample replicates.
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Standardizing cell preparation for flow cytometry analysis is an effective way to ensure optimal permeabilization and staining of cells, thereby resulting in consistent fluorescence intensity and event detection rate. In line with this objective, OneLab provides valuable resources to guide sample preparation and liquid handling, ensuring the delivery of reproducible results.
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Quantitative RT-PCR is a powerful tool to investigate gene expression. However, several challenges are encountered by scientists during sample preparation, including pipetting errors and DNA contamination. OneLab addresses these issues by providing step-by-step guidance for pipetting and traceability, so as to mitigate unnecessary waste of reagents and improved data reproducibility.