Amplicon sequencing is a type of targeted next generation sequencing that uses PCR to create sequences of DNA called amplicons. It is simple and fast and has a variety of applications.
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Unintended CRISPR effects can derail your project. You need a way to quickly scan your targets of interest, so you can make sure editing occurred in all the places you wanted, and none of the places you didn’t.
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The rhAmpSeq system enables highly accurate amplicon sequencing on Illumina next generation sequencing (NGS) platforms. Whether you are investigating thousands of targets or a few, the fast and easy rhAmpSeq workflow generates NGS-ready amplicon libraries for deep, targeted resequencing.
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