TruSeq Small RNA Library Prep Kit Training

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  • Illumina Experiment Manager

    This course provides an introduction to Illumina Experiment Manager, and shows you the steps to create sample plates and sample sheets.

    25 min


  • TruSeq: Best Practices

    After completing this course you will understand best practices for all TruSeq Sample Preparation Kits including liquid handling, AMPure XP handling, avoiding cross-contamination, and temperature considerations. You will also learn about specific information about DNA and RNA best practices.

    20 min


  • Preventing Contamination

    Many next-generation sequencing applications use the Polymerase Chain Reaction, or PCR, for DNA amplification. This video presents best practices to minimize the potential for PCR contamination in your experiment.

    10 min


  • Small RNA-Seq Part I: Introduction

    Recorded Webinar (May 2016) | Part 1 of a 2-part Small RNA-Seq Webinar series. In this webinar we describe key considerations when planning small RNA sequencing experiments. We cover RNA isolation, library preparation, sequencing and data analysis. We assume a basic understanding of Illumina sequencing technology, but no knowledge of library preparation is required. The webinar is targeted towards both new and experienced users, and will include a question and answer session. We encourage you to view the second part of this series; Part II: Best Practices.


  • Small RNA-Seq Part II: Best Practices

    Recorded Webinar (June 2016) | Part 2 of the the 2-part Small RNA-Seq webinar series. In this webinar we discuss important best practices for generating successful small RNA libraries with the TruSeq Small RNA library preparation kit, and provide advice on assessing input material and evaluating final libraries. We assume a basic understanding of Illumina sequencing technology, but no knowledge of library preparation is required. The webinar is targeted towards both new and experienced users, and will include a question and answer session. We encourage you to attend Small RNA Sequencing Part I: Introduction before this webinar.