An automated end-to-end plasmid sequencing workflow for up to 1536 libraries in ~24 hours


On-demand Webinar


High-throughput plasmid sequencing is an indispensable tool for many applications, including biomarker discovery and genome editing. The seqWell ExpressPlex™ Library Kit offers a robust one-pot solution for high-throughput multiplexed library preparation of plasmids and amplicons. The ExpressPlex™ workflow can be further streamlined with automation on the Opentrons Flex™. Join this webinar to learn how automated preparation of libraries supports an end-to-end workflow from extracted plasmid or amplicon DNA to data generation within around 24h.

Access this 60-minute webinar to learn:
  • How you can generate sequencing data for up to 1536 plasmid or amplicon libraries in 24 hours
  • How seqWell’s ExpressPlex™ chemistry supports high-throughput, multiplexed plasmid and amplicon library prep
  • How to automate the ExpressPlex™ chemistry on Opentrons Flex, with tips for optimizing your workflow
Who should watch:
  • Anyone interested in accelerating their high-throughput plasmid sequencing workflow

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Curtis Knox

Director of Product Management, SeqWell

Curtis is seqWell’s Director of Product Management and brings more than 19 years of experience in developing, marketing, and selling genomics reagents, including products for NGS, amplification, and synthetic biology applications. Mr. Knox earned a Bachelor of Science degree in genetics from Iowa State University, followed by an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Kinnari Watsom

Head of Science, Opentrons Labworks

Dr. Watson is Director of Science at Opentrons, where her team works cross-functionally to develop robots, modules and software for lab automation and verify automation protocols for assays across genomics, protein-based and cell-based applications. Dr. Watson studied Biology at Spelman College and has a PhD in Molecular Biology from Princeton University. Her PhD work centered on comparative microbial genomics and elucidation of genetic interactions between ALT and mismatch repair pathways.