Science moves fast, and so do you. Access applications like single cell, whole exome, and RNA, preparing for the future today.
Experience our simplest workflow yet with dry instrumentation, easier run set up and DRAGEN on-board for 6x faster secondary analysis.
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NextSeq 2000 is redesigned from the ground up to maximize future proofing, offering sequencing power for high throughput applications. Offering scalability for evolving needs and larger studies, it supports a vast variety of applications, including:
(100 cycles) 4k cells; 10k reads/cell
Examine the transcriptomes of individual cells for a high-resolution view of cell-to-cell variation. Explore the distinct biology of individual cells in complex tissues and understand cellular subpopulation responses to environmental cues. With P2 reagents, analyze 10 samples in approximately 13 hours. Or step up to P3 reagents to analyze 25 samples in approximately 19 hours.Learn More
(200 cycles) 50× mean target coverage
Exome sequencing is a cost-effective approach when whole-genome sequencing is not practical or necessary. Efficiently identify coding variants across a broad range of applications, including population genetics, genetic disease, and cancer studies. In about 21 hours you can analyze 16 samples with P2 reagents – with P3, get 40 whole exomes in about 33 hours.Learn More
(300 cycles) 50M reads/sample
Comprehensively sample all genes in all organisms present in a given complex sample. Evaluate bacterial diversity and detect the abundance of microbes in various environments or study unculturable microorganisms that are otherwise difficult or impossible to analyze. In approximately 29 hours you can have data from 8 samples using P2 reagents. Scale up to 20 samples in approximately 48 hours with P3 reagents.Learn More
The NextSeq 1000 and NextSeq 2000 Systems support emerging and mid-throughput sequencing applications as well as a broad range of methods such as exome sequencing, target enrichment, single-cell profiling, transcriptome sequencing, and more. They offer an intuitive workflow with load-and-go ease and visual cues about run status.
Support for a broad range of conventional and emerging applications
Access mid-throughput sequencing
Rapid, accurate, on-cloud or on-board data analysis
*Maximum specs available with the NextSeq 2000 P3 Reagents, available late 2020; specifications subject to change
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