HiSeq 2500 System


9 Gb–1 Tb

output range

300 M–4 B

reads per run

2 × 250 bp

max read length
Progress in Rapid Identification of Variants Linked to Genetic Diseases
Progress in Rapid Identification of Variants Linked to Genetic Diseases

Learn how DNA sequencing is leading to progress in the rapid identification of variants that might be involved in genetic diseases. Thanks to this work, Dr. Kingsmore and his team now hold a Guinness World Records title.

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Capturing Variant Data from the Blood

Using the HiSeq 2500 System, Dr. Hector Alvarez and researchers at the MD Anderson Cancer Center are studying genetic variation in exosomal DNA found in the blood of pancreatic cancer subjects and gaining insight into the potential of liquid biopsies in diagnosing and monitoring the disease.

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Unmasking Autoimmune Diseases Using Genomics

Led by Carola Vinuesa, MD, PhD, researchers at Australian National University are performing human whole-genome sequencing and whole-exome sequencing on HiSeq X Ten and HiSeq 2500 Systems to identify variants associated with lupus and other autoimmune disease.

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Automated Cluster Generation
Automated Cluster Generation

The cBot 2 System streamlines the sequencing workflow by automating cluster generation. The cBot 2 System, a required accessory instrument for the HiSeq 2500 System, creates clonal clusters from single molecule DNA templates, preparing them for sequencing by synthesis.

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TruSeq Exome
TruSeq Exome

This kit provides a low-cost exome sequencing solution that delivers exceptional target coverage over a broad range of read depths.

HiSeq Rapid SBS Kit v2
HiSeq Rapid SBS Kit v2

HiSeq Rapid SBS Kits v2 are designed for the rapid run mode of HiSeq 2500 and 1500 sequencers.

HiSeq SBS Kit V4
HiSeq SBS Kit V4

Reagents for determining the DNA sequence of each cluster on a flow cell using sequencing by synthesis technology on enabled HiSeq systems.