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Fastest 16S Library Prep - Quick-16S™ NGS Library Prep Kit
ZymoBIOMICS Spike-In Control I - Quantify Absolute Microbiome Sample Cell Number
Long Read Microbiome Sequencing From Illumina Sequencers

Assemble DNA Constructs Simply & Efficiently Using The Gibson Assembly® Method

Microbiomics & Metagenomics

Advances in DNA sequencing and other genomics technologies have lowered the cost and time required to sequence any organism. This advancement in technology has allowed large-scale, multi-lab studies of microbial communities.

Early quality control studies of microbiomics research suggest that this vast new frontier of research is littered with potential sources of error and bias. From collection to sequencing, the potential for variation at each step in the microbiomic workflow is enormous.

In the midst of this, Dr Jonathan Eisen, Director of the UC Davis Microbiome Special Research Program, talks to Zymo Research about what he is most excited about and the biggest technological challenges facing the field. Download the full article to find out more.

Is the microbiome found on a mobile phone an extension of the human microbiome? And what role does geography play? Download the full article to find out more.

Cambridge Bioscience Microbiomics Workflow

Cambridge Bioscience offers product lines across the entire microbiomics workflow, from sample collection and preservation to data analysis, with the primary goal of eliminating bias and generating high quality data

The ZymoBIOMICS® product line is a complete workflow, from collection to analysis, which offers streamlined collection, purification, and the first microbial community standards.

LoopSeq 16S and LoopSeq 16S & 18S combines the power of single molecule counting and long-reads to give you the lowest possible false positive rate, and the best species level classification.

More about Microbiomics & Metagenomics

Speak To Our Zymo Research Specialist Emma