Microbiome researchers require efficient sample disruption methods and DNA purification techniques in order to study microbial communities from sources such as stool, soil, water, or biofilm. However, researchers are often confronted with diverse materials that are difficult to disrupt. Furthermore, inhibitors found in these samples can lead to inaccurate nucleic acid quantification as well as inhibition of downstream applications.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- The best nucleic acid purification methods for complex samples
- Recommendations for sample disruption
- How to minimize PCR inhibition
July 14th | 4:00 pm