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the market-leading platform

Faster, more affordable, and higher quality sequencing with XLEAP-SBS 

chemistry on the NextSeq 1000 and NextSeq 2000 Systems

Improving human health can't wait

The mission has always been clear: to improve human health by unlocking the power of the genome. That’s why we push the boundaries of genomic possibility so that researchers and clinicians can further accelerate their discoveries and applications to heal people and the planet.

Improving human health

Helping you lead the way in your field

No matter your area of expertise, we’ve got you covered. Our full genomic solutions are designed to drive your research or clinical application to the next level.

Innovation for real-world impact

Our next-gen sequencing and greater fidelity chemistry is not only transforming research. It’s enabling life-changing precision health at scale.

Products and services

The comprehensive technology you need. The service and support you deserve. Designed with your results in mind.

Sequencing platforms

Unparalleled NGS range from benchtop to production scale

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sequencing platforms

Microarrays

Genetic analysis on any scale drives imaging accuracy and exceptional results

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Library prep kits

Optimized workflows for diverse DNA and RNA inquiries

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Software

Our comprehensive bioinformatics
suite unlocks deeper insights and
more relevant data

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Impact in action

Explore the research, applications, and changemakers catalyzing genomics. Featured news and analysis to unite, inspire, and feed our collective curiosity.

Webinar: June 26, 2024

Illumina DRAGEN v4.3: Comprehensive coverage with leading edge innovations

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Feature article: July 17, 2024

Podcast stories explore unusual and surprising applications of genomics

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Research publication: June 17, 2024

Overcoming the challenges in PMS2 high-homology regions for improved detection of pathogenic variants associated with Lynch syndrome

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