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Kits & Reagents
These additional kits are most commonly purchased with the MiSeq Reagent v3 kits.
Selection & Planning Tools
Find the system that's right for your application needs
Software & Informatics Products
Simplify your bioinformatics with an economical and powerful computing environment to manage, analyze, and share data
Complimentary and secure instrument monitoring can help you avoid unplanned downtime
Assay targeting multiple variant types, including tumor mutational burden (TMB) and microsatellite instability (MSI)
Learn the basics of next-generation sequencing and find tips for getting started
A snapshot of the company, its markets, its portfolio and more
All Investor Information
Resources for planning RNA-Seq experiments
All Support Tools
Product Support Services
How to calculate the right read length for your sequencing run
Cancer Genomics Products
Microbial Genomics Research
Microbial Genomics Products
Sequencing directly on a CMOS chip can reduce instrument cost and simplify NGS
Episode 46: How NGS can unravel interactions that regulate antibody response and autoimmunity
Complex Disease Research Products
AnchorDx to focus on early cancer detection and clinical management panels
Researchers at Newcastle University are looking into genetic factors of male infertility
Consortium aims to expand access to clinical whole-genome sequencing for genetic diseases
Assay targeting multiple variant types, including tumor mutational burden (TMB) and microsatellite instability (MSI), even from low-quality samples.
Perform transcriptome profiling for hundreds to tens of thousands of single cells in one experiment.
Scalable throughput and flexibility for virtually any genome, sequencing method, and scale of project.
A fast, integrated workflow for a wide range of applications, from human whole-genome sequencing to amplicons, plasmids, and microbial species.
Find tools to help you choose the right products for your needs and plan your experiments. Identify the right library prep kit or microarray, calculate sequencing coverage, explore methods compiled from publications, design custom assays, and more.
This guide contains an overview of instrument components and instructions for operating and maintaining the MiniSeq System.
This guide contains lab specifications and requirements for preparing the lab for the MiniSeq System.
Online Illumina sequencing courses are free, interactive, and available any time.
This tool will help you determine the best hands-on sequencing training for your needs based on your area of interest, application, library preparation kit, and platform.
Sequencing coverage describes the average number of NGS reads that align to known reference bases. Coverage requirements vary by application.
Additional information about sequencing quality scores, how they are calculated, and the relationship between quality score and base call accuracy.
Find system guides, related application and technical notes, and other supporting documentation for the MiniSeq System.
These short videos provide expert tips for common sequencing issues such as overclustering and inconsistent quantitation.
The Custom Protocol Selector enables you to generate your own customized documentation, specifically tailored to your experiment.
Discover how the simple, affordable MiniSeq System makes sequencing an everyday tool for labs of any size.
Mattia Prosperi, PhD, will use his MINI Cooper and MiniSeq to study the spread of mosquito-borne pathogens in Florida.
Hongmei Li-Byarlay, PhD, describes how she will use the MiniSeq to study the honeybee.
Una McVeigh discusses how the MiniSeq System will help her identify new genetic variants associated with breast cancer.
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