Jacques BONNET - BIOBANQUES May 18, 2016
Biobanking National Infrastructure Meeting
Quality matters: Improving the quality of biological resources
Session 3: Quality control in Genomics / Session 3B
Quality Control standard for nucleic acids
In order to be suitable for the analyses and manipulations for which they have been prepared, nucleic acids must obey certain quality standards. Low quality can also lead to nucleic acids instability during storage.
Various quality control tests have been developed. The basic principles of these tests are universally accepted and applied. However the common techniques may have some drawbacks and limitations despite constant improvements of the equipments.
Here I shall describe, without attempting to be comprehensive, the principles of some existing techniques, their limitations and possible adjustments and developments
WEDNESDAY MAY 18, 2016