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Assay targeting multiple somatic variant types from plasma, including TMB and MSI
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CNV analysis on somatic samples, population-level cohort analysis
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NGS offers a universal, hypothesis-free research method for use with viruses, bacteria, or parasites
One mother’s quest for a diagnosis
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Expanded portfolio enables comprehensive genomic profiling from blood and tissue
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Sequence virtually any small genome and make new discoveries with scalable throughput
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An economical tool for genetic screening of large global populations
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In-lab aneuploidy screening solution for accurate NIPT results in 26 hours
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Many more diseases could potentially be treated by controlling the expression of abnormal and normal genes
Assay targeting multiple variant types, including tumor mutational burden (TMB) and microsatellite instability (MSI), even from low-quality samples.
Cost-efficient flexibility for new and emerging applications.
Scalable throughput and flexibility for virtually any genome, sequencing method, and scale of project.
Improve plant and animal selection, nutrition, health surveillance, traceability, and veterinary diagnostics systems.
José Fernando Garcia discusses how genomic selection can improve beef production while reducing the environmental impact.
Genomic technologies help the US Department of Agriculture identify and track these invasive pests.
The African Orphan Crops Consortium is using genomics to address malnutrition in Africa.
This initiative recognizes researchers in the agricultural community using Illumina technology to help alleviate global hunger, malnutrition, and poverty.
The BovineSNP50 BeadChip enables Martin Dairy to accelerate genetic progress of Jersey herd.
Genetic selection tools based on the BovineSNP50 BeadChip array enable 44 Farms to ensure Angus beef quality from farm to table.
Researchers in New Zealand use genotyping by sequencing to overcome cost and resource hurdles associated with genomic selection.
Syngenta uses Illumina sequencing to understand the mode of action behind their new hybrid corn.
The sunflower industry adopts genomics tools to better inform breeding decisions and improve disease resistance.
Breeders and researchers use genotyping to enhance the Nellore breed and allow the Brazilian beef industry to flourish.
Sandhill Farms incorporates genomic technologies into the trait selection process to provide more predictable seed stock.
GeneSeek uses custom Illumina arrays to inform selective breeding of livestock and crops, increasing yield and improving herds.
Researchers developed a cotton genotyping array, enabling breeders to produce more sustainable and valuable cotton.
A novel sequencing method using the HiSeq System reduces cost and enables analysis of tens of thousands of fish.
The MiSeq System helps this lab perform agri-food pathogen testing and epidemiology efficiently.
Veterinary scientists use the MiSeq System to characterize an emerging porcine virus, and track its evolution and spread.
Zoetis uses Illumina BeadChips to enable livestock producers to improve the genetic makeup of their herds.
Beck’s Hybrids, a family-owned seed company, uses BaseSpace Clarity LIMS to benefit farmers through enhanced sample tracking.
Jetstream Genetics uses Infinium BovineSNP50 BeadChip data to assess the genetic merit of young elite sires.
The BovineSNP50 BeadChip provides Three Trees Ranch with genomic data to make the best breeding decisions.
Next-generation sequencing and genotyping technologies are revolutionizing animal breeding.
This application spotlight describes the advantages and considerations of several sequence-based genotyping research methods.
Illumina BeadChips are the foundation of more than 25 different consortia products, with new groups forming every year.
The BovineSNP50 BeadChip offers high accuracy in prediction of individual genetic merit in both dairy and beef cattle.
An introduction to Illumina next-generation sequencing technology for agricultural research.
Determine the best kit for your needs based on your starting material and method or application.
All the information you need, from BeadChips to library preparation to sequencer selection and analysis. Select the best tools for your lab.
An overview of recent publications in agrigenomics featuring Illumina technology.
The International Goat Genome Consortium developed and characterized a goat genotyping array.
Researchers developed a genotyping array using Illumina technology for the Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei).
Read about progress, challenges, and trends in the development of cost-effective genotyping platforms for crop breeding.
The authors of this study used genotyping by sequencing to study crops with varying ploidy levels.
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