Ensure High Quality Along Your Workflows


Quality Control Workflow
Every Molecular Biology Application Involves at Least One QC Step
From starting material to final results, every analysis workflow is a journey to unlock the biological information within your samples without altering it.

Every workflow comprises various successive steps that vary depending on the sample type and refine the sample until it is possible to extract its information and turn it into actionable results.

Within each step lie challenges directly related to the sample type and analysis technologies, and at each step, there is potential for things to go wrong. Therefore, performing relevant quality control after critical steps is of utmost importance to ensure quality results and reliable interpretation. Discover more about the importance of QC to successful results.

Below we describe key workflows and the recommended QC steps.
  • Next-Generation Sequencing
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    NGS can be lengthy and laborious, and ensuring high quality of the starting material and libraries helps control analysis costs and increases successful results.
  • Gene Expression Analysis
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    RNA molecules are unstable and prone to degradation, so confirming the purity and integrity of starting RNA samples is key to successful gene expression results.
  • Genotyping
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    Genotyping assays require unaltered samples to ensure reliable typing and confidence linking the resulting genotype to an observed phenotype.