The NovaSeq 6000 System offers high-throughput sequencing across a broad range of applications. Meet your research needs with unprecedented throughput at the lowest cost per sample.
The NovaSeq 6000 System provides tremendous scalability and flexibility to accommodate diverse applications and project sizes, while achieving maximum operational efficiency. Users can run 1 or 2 flow cells at a time and choose between 3 flow cell types, easily adjusting output for each sequencing run. With highly tunable data output you can run virtually any genome, sequencing method, and scale of project.
The NovaSeq 6000 System is compatible with a broad range of Illumina library preparation kits, from transcriptome sequencing to whole-genome sequencing and everything in between. High-quality, high-coverage sequencing offers a comprehensive view of the genome to detect variants accurately, characterize isoforms, and more. With increased throughput and reduced price per sample, the NovaSeq 6000 System is ideal for data-intensive applications.
The NovaSeq 6000 System combines the features that make our benchtop sequencers so easy to use with the power of a high-throughput sequencing platform. It offers fully automated, onboard cluster generation to minimize hands-on time. Integrated, ready-to-use reagent cartridges streamline run setup and prevent improper loading. RFID encoded consumables enable fully automated reagent traceability. In all, it takes only minutes to set up a run on the NovaSeq 6000 System, giving you increased lab efficiency.
Manage the workflow seamlessly with BaseSpace Clarity LIMS or your existing LIMS system.
Prepare libraries with a broad range of high performance library preparation kits from Illumina.
Generate sequences with proven sequencing by synthesis (SBS) chemistry more than a decade in the making.
Analyze data with seamless integration into BaseSpace Sequence Hub. Share your results in a secure cloud environment.
Interpret results, get insights, and drive discovery with BaseSpace Variant Interpreter and BaseSpace Cohort Analyzer.
“This is the most exciting time to be in genomics,” says Charlie Johnson from Texas A&M University. He, along with Chris Austin and Larry Croft from Deakin University in Australia and Ryo Koyanagi from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) in Japan, discuss how the NovaSeq System’s high throughput and cost effectiveness are making large-scale projects possible across the globe.