Whether looking at diversity across a species, disease-related mutations, or genetic characteristics associated with cancer, Illumina genotyping technology offers unique advantages. Our technology helps researchers not only perform single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping, but also identify large structural changes in DNA.
Genotyping is a popular and effective way to screen for SNPs and structural variations. There are many applications for which genotyping technologies are useful. Our technology provides the accuracy, reproducibility, and flexibility with content selection that is critical to the success of your research.
Illumina’s human portfolio ranges from ultra-high density arrays for population studies to arrays for SNP genotyping, structural variation analysis, and genome-wide association studies (GWAS).
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We offer a comprehensive suite of genotyping options for non-human species. Find ready-to-use solutions for agrigenomics applications, customize an existing array, or design your own.
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We help maximize biobank specimen value by connecting sample data with underlying genetics. Whether you need standard or customizable arrays, or sequencing products, we offer content flexibility for any application.
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Sometimes standard panels are unavailable. Screening a large sample of individuals against novel or targeted content can present challenges. Illumina custom genotyping solutions are ideal for these situations.
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Illumina is repeatedly the partner of choice in successful collaborations with thought leaders and genotyping consortia globally. From custom content to project management and bioinformatics, Illumina offers a comprehensive solution.
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Learn about our complete offering of microarray solutions, from arrays to software and array scanners.
Access solutions for high-resolution copy number variation (CNV) analysis.
The optimal balance of sample throughput and comprehensive content for genome-wide association studies.
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We offer the most comprehensive set of array options for genotyping crops, livestock, and other species.
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