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Thermo Scientific™ ClaSeek™ Library Preparation Kit, Illumina™ Compatible

Generate Illumina™-compatible next-gen sequencing libraries from low sample input using a one-tube PCR-free method with optimized master mixes

Manufacturer: thermo scientific™  K1342

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Catalog No. FERK1342

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Description & Specifications


Includes ClaSeek End Conversion Master Mix IL, ClaSeek Ligation Mix IL, nuclease-free water
Shelf Life 1 Year
For Use With (Application) DNA fragment library preparation for downstream use in next generation sequencing workflow.
Quantity 48 reactions
Storage Requirements Store at -20deg.C before opening.

Thermo Scientific ClaSeek Library Preparation Kit, Illumina™ compatible, is designed for fast and convenient construction of PCR-free NGS fragment library from DNA sample input as low as 500 ng. In combination with the amplification protocol the kit also enables the generation of DNA fragment libraries from ultra-low 5 ng sample input.
The kit utilizes a highly efficient NGS-optimized library construction protocol combining end-conversion and adapter addition steps into a simple and convenient one-tube procedure. This minimizes unnecessary pipetting steps and reduces hands-on time, allowing for PCR-free library construction in less than 70 minutes. The kit is suitable for construction of 50, 300, 500 bp read-length Illumina™-compatible libraries and is validated for use on Illumina™ HiSeq™ and MiSeq™ sequencing platforms.
PCR-free - significantly minimized bias and improved coverage with amplification-free protocol
Flexible - universal protocol for variable sample input (5 ng - 1 μg) and DNA fragment lengths
Fast and Convenient - fewer cleanup steps, less hands-on time, optimized master mixes, one-tube end conversion procedure.
DNA fragment library preparation for downstream use in next generation sequencing workflow.
• ClaSeek End Conversion Master Mix, IL
• ClaSeek Ligation Mix, IL
• Water, nuclease-free