Researchers David Saul and Jo Stanton discuss a novel method that enables extraction of sequencing-ready DNA from bacteria in a single tube. They highlight the quality of DNA extracted using the rapid PDQeX protocol compared to competing methodologies. The particular advantages to using this enzyme-driven chemistry for sequencing projects are also discussed. Finally, the speakers share insights on compatibility of the PDQeX system with emerging sequencing technologies.

This webinar was recorded live in partnership with D-Mark Biosciences and Samba Scientific on February 13, 2020.

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