Next generation sequencing (NGS) can analyze millions of reactions at the same time by sequencing pools of similarly-sized DNA fragments called libraries. Proper library normalization—the equalization of sample concentrations—is vital for minimizing over- or under-representation of individual fragments in the final results. However, manual normalization is error-prone and tedious, requiring cumbersome calculations and constant focus to ensure accurate sample tracking.

Download this application note from INTEGRA Biosciences to explore how robotics and automation provide a streamlined, consistent, and precise solution for library normalization.

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