High-throughput discovery of genetic markers related to disease risk

High-Throughput Genomics for Complex Disease Research

Researchers are harnessing the power of array and NGS technologies to conduct large-scale, global genetic analyses of complex diseases. This high-throughput genomic research is focused on multifactorial genetic discovery of markers related to disease risk. These studies look for changes in structural variation, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), indels, splice variants, methylation markers.

High-throughput genomic studies with tens to hundreds of thousands samples require fast, cost-effective array and sequencing tools. Illumina offers array and NGS technologies with unprecedented sample-to-analysis solutions and unparalleled collaborative expertise to meet these needs.

High-Throughput Genomics in Biobanking

Learn how the HUNT biobank used Illumina high-throughput arrays to identify a gene that protects against heart attacks.

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HiSeq 4000 System

This dual-flow cell sequencing system delivers the highest throughput and lowest price per sample across multiple applications.

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NovaSeq Series

Scalable throughput and flexibility for virtually any genome, sequencing method, and scale of project.

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High-Throughput Library Prep Automation

For labs preparing large quantities of NGS libraries, liquid-handling robots and other automation solutions provide a good option.

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Large-Scale Sequencing Products

Illumina Advantage large-scale sequencing products offer the highest level of service and support to ensure operational success for clinical research laboratories.

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Population Sequencing Informatics

BaseSpace Cohort Analyzer and BaseSpace Correlation Engine provide robust, secure, and scalable platforms to aggregate and interpret large-scale genomic data for population sequencing applications.

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Array-Based Human Genotyping

Find arrays that make cost-effective, large-scale genotyping studies possible.

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Shared Vision for the Power of Human WGS
Shared Vision for the Power of Human WGS

Genomics leaders share their perspective on the impact of high-throughput and population sequencing in clinical research.

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High-Throughput Detection of Somatic Mosaicism
High-Throughput Detection of Somatic Mosaicism

Targeted resequencing is enabling a systematic high-throughput approach to identify rare mosaic mutations in brain malformations.

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Genomic Architecture of Neurodegenerative Disease

High-throughput genomics enables insights about genes and biological pathways associated with diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

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Driving ALS Discovery with Integrative Genomics

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