There are thousands of papers using NGS and Microarrays to study cancer and other complex diseases, so which protocol or method is best for your project? And if you’re new to omics research, where’s the best place to get started?
Illumina’s new Cancer Research Methods guide takes a comprehensive look at published cancer research using omic approaches and summarizes the newest methods in one, comprehensive resource. It includes background information on NGS and Microarrays, in addition to introductory information and best-practices for sample isolation, library prep, sequencing, and data analysis.
For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Download the FREE methods to answer questions like:
- How many reads do I need for my single cell experiment?
- How should I prepare samples for liquid biopsy sequencing?
- What spatial sequencing solution is best for my project?
- What method would work best to investigate the epigenome?
- And many more!