See how researchers use mRNA-Seq with the NextSeq 550 System.
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6.5 hours/< 3 hours hands-on
A simple, scalable, cost-effective, rapid single-day solution for analyzing the coding transcriptome leveraging as little as 25 ng input of standard (non-degraded) RNA.
15–18 hours/15 minutes hands-on
Bring the power of a high-throughput sequencing system to the benchtop. The 150 cycle high-output or mid-output kits provide 2 x 75 bp reads for total RNA-Seq.
Performs alignment, quantification, and fusion detection.
Enables differential gene expression analysis.
See how researchers use the NextSeq 550 System for exome sequencing applications.
1 day/3 hours hands-on
Uses a simple, one-day workflow to provide a fast path to greater understanding of the human exome.
Illumina DNA Prep with Enrichment uses a fast, user-friendly workflow. On-bead tagmentation chemistry is combined with a simplified, single hybridization protocol to reduce total workflow time.
15-18 hours/15 minutes hands-on
Bring the power of a high-throughput sequencing system to the benchtop. The 150 cycle high-output or mid-output kits provide 2 x 75 bp reads for total RNA-Seq..
The on-premises DRAGEN Sever and DRAGEN on BaseSpace Sequence Hub offer rapid, accurate analysis of germline and somatic exome data.
See how researchers can use the NextSeq 550 System to sequence small whole genomes:
6 hours/4 hours hands-on
A fast, integrated workflow for a wide range of applications, from whole-genome sequencing to amplicons, plasmids, and microbial species.
Fast and easy library preparation workflow for small genomes, PCR amplicons, and plasmids.
26–29 hours/15 minutes hands-on
Bring the power of a high-throughput sequencing system to the desktop. The 300 cycle high-output kit provides 2 x 150 bp reads for whole-genome sequencing.
Quickly extracts biological information from whole-genome sequences, using Isaac alignment and variant calling.
A targeted deep sequencing assay identifies multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis strains responsible for silent outbreaks.Read Article
Landmark NGS study leads to a national clinical diagnostic exome sequencing platform in Singapore.Read Interview
The microenvironment surrounding tumors could tell us more about how cancer cells migrate and become drug resitant.Read Interview
A computer scientist is expanding the reach of scRNA-Seq data through new open source technologies.Read Interview
Access the information you need—from BeadChips to library preparation for genome, transcriptome, or epigenome studies to sequencer selection, analysis, and support—all in one place. Select the best tools for your lab with our comprehensive guide designed specifically for research applications.Access Guide