Improved RNA-Seq with Degraded Inputs and Tumor Profiling using KAPA RNA HyperPrep Kits
High-resolution RNA analysis using next-generation sequencing (RNA-seq) is a rapidly growing application in disease research. The quality of RNA extracted from biological specimens is highly variable and yields are often low, thus impacting the ability to generate high-quality sequencing libraries.
Join us on Wednesday, January 25th as our very own Dr. Nancy Nabilsi introduces the new KAPA RNA HyperPrep workflow for streamlined library preparation, highlights considerations when working with degraded RNA samples, and presents comparison data for differential gene expression for tumor profiling.
In this webinar we will:
- Discuss improvements in the library preparation workflow
- Provide guidance on working with degraded samples
- Demonstrate improved detection of differential expression in tumor profiling