NextGen DNA Sequencing Category

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High Quality NGS DNA Library Construction by DNA Fragmentation with Covaris Ultra-sonication – When Size Really Matters!

Published: Apr 15th, 2016

The generation of high quality DNA libraries is critical for achieving adequate DNA sequencing depth and rate of coverage. Preparing sequencing libraries containing DNA molecules with a desired average length […]

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Upgraded High-throughput DNA Fragmentation Resources Now Available

Published: Aug 19th, 2015

The NextGen DNA Sequencing core upgraded its high-throughput DNA fragmentation resources – the Covaris S220 and E220 sonicators. The new units are available for UF researchers requiring precise and reproducible […]

Agilent NGS Award Program applications now available

Published: Mar 26th, 2015

Deadline updated to May 15. Applications are now being accepted for the Agilent NGS Award Program, designed to drive awareness and acceptance of the Agilent Technologies next generation sequencing target […]

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ICBR-SIGMA partnership provides CRISPR products at affordable price

Published: Mar 26th, 2015

The Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research is partnering with SIGMA-Aldrich to provide University of Florida researchers with access to experimental design consultation, bioinformatics expertise and SIGMA’s robust line of CRISPR products […]

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ICBR Genomics Showcase highlights services, tools and vendors

Published: Feb 3rd, 2015

ICBR is committed to providing University of Florida and external researchers with the most up-to-date instrumentation and related tools for biological research. We work hard to remain current on the newest […]

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The Ion Proton™ Sequencer

Published: Oct 15th, 2014

The ICBR Nextgen DNA Sequencing core offers University of Florida researchers and core customers the most up-to-date platforms. With this commitment, ICBR now provides additional high-throughput sequencing with the Life […]

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ICBR Scientists Assist in Effort to Create RNA-seq Standards

Published: Sep 4th, 2014

A recent paper in Nature Biotechnology explores established methodology and develops new protocols for RNA sequencing on the four most used next generation sequencing instruments. It was undertaken by members of the Association […]

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ICBR Core changes concurrent with retirement of longstanding staff

Published: Jul 14th, 2014

Effective July 1, the Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research merged four cores into two as part of organizational changes to better represent services offered. Additionally, three cores underwent name changes. The […]

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ICBR core name changes effective July 1

Published: Jun 17th, 2014

In order to better represent the UF ICBR cores and their services, each Core will now stand independently on the first-level navigation on the website effective July 1. This reduces the […]

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ICBR contributes to citrus genome sequencing

Published: Jun 17th, 2014

Knowledge could help fight citrus greening and improve citrus breeding University of Florida scientist Fred Gmitter led an international research team that analyzed genome sequences of 10 citrus varieties, tracing […]