Illumina sequencing enables a wide variety of applications, allowing researchers to ask virtually any question related to the genome, transcriptome, or epigenome of any organism. Next-generation sequencing (NGS) methods differ primarily by how the DNA or RNA samples are prepared and the data analysis options used.
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Analyze the entire genome, focus on regions of interest with whole-exome and targeted sequencing, or study DNA-protein interactions.Learn More
Take advantage of a broad range of sequencing techniques, from targeted RNA to single-cell and whole-transcriptome options.Learn More
Both genome-wide analysis and targeted sequencing approaches can provide insight into methylation patterns at a single nucleotide level.Learn More
Library preparation options are available for all sequencing methods, including whole-genome sequencing, whole-exome and targeted sequencing, RNA sequencing, methylation sequencing, and more. These solutions accommodate a range of throughput needs, from manual protocols to fully automated workstations.Learn More
NGS-based cancer sequencing methods enable researchers to detect rare somatic variants, tumor subclones, and circulating DNA fragments. Learn more about cancer sequencing.
From environmental metagenomics studies to infectious disease surveillance and more, NGS-based sequencing can help researchers gain genetic insight into bacteria and viruses. Learn more about microbial sequencing.
Sequencing and array technologies are introducing new avenues for understanding immunological, neurological, and other complex disorders on a molecular level. Learn more about complex disease genomics.
Illumina sequencing and array technologies deliver fast, accurate information that can guide choices along the reproductive and genetic health journey. Learn more about reproductive and genetic health.