Agrigenomics Consortia Array Products

Advancing the understanding of agricultural genomics

Agriculture Consortia

With an agriculture consortium, members work together privately or publicly to advance the collective understanding of agrigenomics. Illumina has facilitated numerous collaborations between breeders and researchers to enable development of custom products for agriculturally relevant species. Our microarray technology is the foundation of many agriculture consortia products, including those developed for the species listed below.

Collaborating for Agricultural Research
GeneSeek Genomic Profiler Arrays

Illumina offers these genotyping arrays through a co-agreement with Neogen. Arrays are available for bovine, porcine, equine, and mouse species.

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See a comprehensive list of Illumina agrigenomics products. Filter by species, technology, study type, or instrument to find the right solution for your needs.

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Toxic Algae Blooms Are on the Rise. Sequencing Can Help Manage Them.
Toxic Algae Blooms Are on the Rise. Sequencing Can Help Manage Them.

How Southern California scientists are working to stay ahead of dangerous outbreaks

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10 Years of Genomic Selection Delivers Tangible Returns for Canadian Dairy Farmers
10 Years of Genomic Selection Delivers Tangible Returns for Canadian Dairy Farmers

Productivity gains and heifer selection drive farm efficiency and competitiveness.

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How Indigenous Scientists Are Taking Control of Their Data
How Indigenous Scientists Are Taking Control of Their Data

Next-generation sequencing is helping Native nations with sovereignty and genetic research

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Consortium to Grow Better Cotton
Consortium to Grow Better Cotton

Researchers developed a cotton genotyping array, enabling breeders to produce more sustainable and valuable cotton.

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Modern Breeding Programs for the Sunflower
Modern Breeding Programs for the Sunflower

The sunflower industry adopts genomics tools to better inform breeding decisions and improve disease resistance.

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Researchers Design Goat Genome Microarray
Researchers Design Goat Genome Microarray

The International Goat Genome Consortium developed and characterized a goat genotyping array.

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1000 Bull Genomes Consortium Fosters Collaboration
1000 Bull Genomes Consortium Fosters Collaboration

Through large-scale sequencing, the 1000 Bull Genomes Project helps researchers share genomic data to aid in livestock improvement.

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