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Introduction to Next-Generation Sequencing Course

Get deeper insight into the world of massive parallel sequencing and learn how to plan and conduct your own experiments effectively! The course is designed for molecular biologists interested in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology.…

20. - 21.4.2020 08:30 - 17:00 Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC Seats available: 3

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Sanger sequencing and Fragment analysis

Sequencing of plasmids or PCR fragments, cleaning, special protocols.

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Next-generation sequencing

From project design to data analysis, high-throughput sequencing à la carte.

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Real-Time PCR

Courses and trainings, analysis of results of Real-Time PCR experiments

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Instrument Services

Care of Applied Biosystems® DNA sequencers and Real-Time PCR cyclers.

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Who we are

SEQme was established in 2012 to provide full solutions in DNA sequencing and Real-Time PCR.

We conduct sample analyses, organize courses and workshops focused on these techniques and provide instrument services.

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Sample Collection Boxes

Use our sample collection boxes for sample shipment. These are regularly being serviced by our carrier service and the shipment is therefore free of charge!

Please make sure your samples are packed (in envelopes, for example) before placing them into the sample collection box.

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SEQme Magazine

A Few Thoughts on Troubleshooting of DNA Sequencing - Part I

It is not the aim of this post to provide a detailed description of all problems you may observe when evaluating your sequencing results. Instead, I focus on most frequent problems and recommend some steps to take for your consideration. Additionally, I…

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Is there a need for the reference gene(s) to be measured in the same plate (run) as the gene of interest?

In a relative quantification experiment, what you are most likely interested in is to compare the expression level of a particular gene among different samples. The most common way of correcting variations in the target nucleic acids input amount among…

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