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D-Plex Unique Dual Indexes for Illumina - Set A

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Format
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C05030021
24 rxns
$340.00

D-Plex Unique Dual Indexes Module - Set A includes primer pairs with 24 unique dual barcodes (unique i5 and i7 indexes) for library multiplexing with the D-Plex Small RNA-seq Kit

The use of UDI is highly recommended to mitigate errors introduced by read misassignment, including index hopping frequently observed with patterned flow cells such as Illumina’s NovaSeq system.

Four sets are available separately: 

Each set can be used for library multiplexing up to 24. Set A, B, C and D can be used simultaneously for library multiplexing up to 96.

Read more about the D-Plex technology. 

  • Characteristics
  • Multiplexing

    D-Plex RNA-seq UDI library constructs bear the TruSeq (Illumina) HT adapters. In case of a multiplexing scenario, it is therefore recommended to submit the D-Plex libraries as TruSeq HT libraries to your sequencing provider. Further details are provided in the D-Plex Unique Dual Indexes Module manual.

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