Improving NGS Target Capture
Target capture methods allow for enrichment of selected regions of interest from DNA samples prior to next generation sequencing (NGS). By selecting target regions, or expression subsets, investigators can maximize both the number of samples that they can analyze and the number of times individual sequences in a sample are replicated (coverage) for every NGS run. This results in the highest statistical power per dollar spent. In this webinar, Ibrahim Jivanjee discusses target capture methods and how IDT xGen™ target capture probes can be used to improve your sequencing data.
About the Speaker: Ibrahim Jivanjee BS, MBA
Ibrahim Jivanjee has a bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology from the University of California, San Diego and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Iowa. His background is in product focused research and development in proteomics, diagnostics, and therapeutics. Ibrahim currently works in product management at IDT, assisting in the development of next generation sequencing solutions.