Yes we can, however we caution that there is a higher risk of sample and/or target drop-out for low-input and/or low-quality samples. In our experience across many project types, the recommended amounts outlined in the Sample Preparation Guide provide the best results.

We have outlined specific recommendations for Standard, Degraded, and Ancient DNA handling in our Sample Preparation Guide. We may recommend or request that you change the handling/package type based on the specific quantity/quality of DNA present in your samples if they do not meet the criteria for the handling type that you ordered. If you decide to proceed with a handling/package type that does not align with the quantity/quality of the DNA, you assume the risk that your sample(s) may result in little or no useful data.