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Library Preparation for Next Generation Sequencing

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Sarah Leigh Brown.

Are you a researcher who is interested in using next generation sequencing in your work?

We invite you to attend the CRI genomics facility’s next generation sequencing training morning. This event will provide an introduction to Illumina next generation sequencing, and describe in detail the library preparation process. It will include quality control, and how to get the best library from your samples. We will have guest presentations from scientists who currently use next generation sequencing in their research, and panel discussions to address your questions and concerns.

This training event is open to all researchers in the Cambridge area. It will include details of submitting libraries for sequencing to the CRI genomics facility, which is a resource available only to researchers within the CRUK Cambridge Research Institute, the Gurdon Institute, the Department of Plant Sciences, and the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

This event is free to attend, but requires registration. Please follow this link:

This talk is part of the Cambridge Institute Genomics Core series.

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