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Whitehead Scientific is a leading provider of quality laboratory products
xGen NGS library preparation and xGen Normalase to accelerate your next breakthrough
Library preparation is a necessary step to turn input DNA or RNA into final libraries before targeted capture or sequencing. Our comprehensive catalogue of library preparation solutions can help you in various research applications, such as:
- DNA sequencing (whole genome and targeted sequencing)
- RNA sequencing (whole transcriptome and targeted sequencing)
- Methylation sequencing (whole genome and targeted bisulfite sequencing)
Our solutions were developed to improve your time, yields, and budget across a broad range of sample types to support your research in fields of oncology, metagenomics and more. We will also discuss the xGen Normalase - revolutionary normalization technology for NGS libraries.

NGS users, NGS core facility members and anybody who is interested in improving their NGS library preparation or normalization methods

You will learn about the newest solutions from IDT for NGS DNA & RNA library preparation that cover a broad range of various sample types, as well as IDT’s solution for enzymatic normalization that saves time, sequencing costs and increases throughput.


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K. Julia Duda, PhD
Field Application Scientist NGS Germany & Austria @Integrated DNA Technologies
Julia is a member of the IDT NGS Field Applications Team in Europe, where she provides support to researchers using IDT’s range of xGen NGS solutions in the field. She completed her Bachelor’s and Master's degree in Biotechnology at the Jagiellonian University in Poland and received a PhD in Molecular Biology from University of Freiburg in Germany. Prior to joining IDT, Julia worked as a PhD candidate and post-doc at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics where she gained experience in the fields of Epigenetics, Epitranscriptomics and RNA Biology.