Next-Generation Sequencing

High-Performance yet affordable Consumables

Thousands or millions of sequences are concurrently produced in a single next-generation sequencing process. Next generation sequencing has become a commodity. With the commercialization of various affordable desktop sequencers, NGS has become within the reach of traditional wet-lab biologists. 

Our efficient and reliable yet affordable consumables are compatible with mainstream NGS sequencing workflows, bringing costs down without compromising result quality.

Odoo - Sample 1 for three columns

PCR Cleanup

The CleanPCR kit is an efficient PCR and Next Gen library prep clean up system based on paramagnetic beads technology, providing an efficient purification of PCR amplicons. With its simple, three-step protocol, CleanPCR removes salts, primers, primer-dimers, dNTPs, while DNA fragments are selectively bound to the magnetic beads particles; and highly purified DNA is eluted with low salt elution buffer or water and can be used directly for downstream applications.

Odoo - Sample 2 for three columns

Library Quantification for Illumina

A simple and reliable qPCR-based method for the quantification of libraries prepared for Illumina® NGS systems. The kit contains 6 quantification standards, primers specific to the P5 and P7 Illumina® adapter sequences, qPCRBIO SyGreen Mix and an advanced buffer system optimised to give consistent library quantification across a wide range of sample types, fragment sizes (up to 1000bp), concentrations and GC content.

Odoo - Sample 3 for three columns

Fragment Size Selection

The CleanNGS kit offers a highly efficient magnetic bead based clean-up system for the purification of both DNA and/or RNA for next-generation sequencing workflows. CleanNGS provides maximum flexibility allowing for left, right or double-sided size selection by easily adjusting the sample to CleanNGS volume ratio(s). Based on our proprietary chemistry CleanNGS removes, salts, primers, primer-dimers and dNTPs, while DNA and/or RNA fragments are selectively bound to the magnetic particles based on their size.