Whole-genome sequencing (WGS) is the most comprehensive method for analyzing the genome. Rapidly dropping sequencing costs and the ability to produce large volumes of data make WGS a powerful tool for genomics research of any species, including human, livestock, plants, and disease-related microbes. With the NovaSeq System, you can sequence a tumor-normal pair or germline trio using a single S1 flow cell or up to 48 genomes per run using dual S4 flow cells.
A WGS library preparation that provides accurate and comprehensive coverage of complex genomes.
A fast, integrated workflow for a wide range of applications, from human whole-genome sequencing to amplicons, plasmids, and microbial species.
A laboratory information management system that helps labs track samples and optimize workflows.
Up to 44 hours
Ready-to-use cartridge-based reagents and multiple flow cell configurations create a highly flexible and streamlined workflow with scalable throughput to meet project needs.
Join Brian Steffy, Senior Lab Manager and David Miller, Manager of Sequencing Systems to learn about the streamlined workflow of the NovaSeq System. See first hand why this system is truly our most advanced high-throughput sequencer.View Video
Texas A&M AgriLife uses the NovaSeq™ 6000 and iSeq™ 100 Systems to benefit farmers and support species conservation.Read Interview
The NovaSeq 6000 System is enabling OIST researchers to sequence and study various ocean and land species.Read Interview
High-throughput sequencing is paving the way to support agriculture, aquaculture, biodiversity, and conservation studies at the Deakin Genomics Center.Read Customer 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