The currently available massive parallel sequencing is revolutionizing the researches in genomics, life science, and medical applications. Next-generation sequencing technologies include a number of methods that are grouped broadly as template preparation, sequencing and imaging, and data analysis. The unique combination of specific protocols distinguishes one technology from another and determines the type of data produced from each platform. However, the basic sample process requirements, so called library construction, are shared among all of the technology platforms. BioChain offers microRNA and mRNA sample library construction kits to allow fast and cost-effective NGS sequencing. Our kits have the following advantages: (1) streamlined workflow process; (2) reduced cost of reagents; (3) easy to use, all-in-one kit. With these features, our kit enhances productivity by shortening the time required for library preparation and decreases the potential human error rate since we reduced the hands-on time for sample preparation. Biochain also offers other Epigenetics & NGS reagents. Please browse the category to learn more.

CancerSeq™ NGS Characterized

CancerSeq™ NGS Characterized

High quality genetically characterized tissues (CancerSeq) from real tumors that are ideal for verification, genotyping, and identification of new mutational hotspots.

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DNA Methylation Detection

DNA Methylation Detection

The methylation detection kit provides users with a true endogenous human positive control which eliminates any ambiguity in validating results. The positive control has been tested in over 15 different human tissues. We have optimized…

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NGS-Related Kits and Enzymes

NGS-Related Kits and Enzymes

Biochain’s NGS library prep reagent kits optimize sample preparation and provide all the tools you need for library preparation and multiplexed sequencing across a range of sample types.

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NGS Library Prep Kits

NGS Library Prep Kits

BioChain offers NGS library preparation kits to streamline this process to produce excellent libraries.

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