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Genomics Consortia

Come together to maximize your research budgets

With a consortium, Illumina helps researchers who share similar goals join efforts to create economy of scale. Members work together privately or publicly to design and process custom genomics tools. They meet the needs of multiple researchers, at lower per-sample costs. Illumina coordinates, members pool resources, and everyone benefits.

Consortia products include high-powered genotyping arrays, targeted sequencing panels and other next-generation genetic analysis tools. From custom content to project management and bioinformatics, Illumina offers a comprehensive solution for consortia members.

Human Consortia

Human Consortia

Illumina is facilitating collaborative advances in human disease research with population-scale genome-wide association studies, fine-mapping studies or targeted candidate gene studies. Find open human consortia and consortium-built products that support high-throughput, multiplex studies of diverse populations and complex diseases.

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Agrigenomics Consortia

Agrigenomics Consortia

Illumina agrigenomics technologies help plant and animal breeders and researchers identify desirable traits, leading to healthier and more productive crops and livestock. Find currently available agrigenomics consortia and genotyping panels for a broad range of plant and animal species.

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Genotyping Solutions
Genotyping Solutions

Illumina genotyping technology is a flexible and robust way to screen for SNPs and structural variations.

Genomics to Improve Agriculture
Genomics to Improve Agriculture

Agrigenomic technologies help plant and animal breeders and researchers develop healthier, more productive crops and livestock.

Illumina Technologies
Illumina Technologies

Our next-generation sequencing and microarray technologies support a wide range of genomics applications.

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.

Pharmacogenomics and Cardiovascular Disease
Pharmacogenomics and Cardiovascular Disease

See how researchers used an Illumina array to identify responder genotypes in a failed cholesterol drug trial.