From discovery applications to routine screening, microarrays are a valuable tool for variant detection. Powered by widely adopted Infinium technology, Illumina microarrays provide the trusted data quality needed to accelerate research. The scalable, multi-sample format supports labs conducting large studies or institutions processing high sample volumes, making it easier to keep pace with demand.
As genomic information becomes incorporated into precision medicine initiatives, clinical and translational research, pharmacology, consumer screening, and agricultural applications, we're continuing to develop microarrays to meet diverse research needs. Whether you're running a few or thousands of samples per day, our arrays can help you analyze genetic variation efficiently.
Microarrays are ideal for surveying thousands of samples to identify point mutations, structural variants, or changes in gene expression and methylation. Illumina microarrays offer several advantages.
Perform whole-genome or targeted genotyping of human samples for precision medicine research, pharmacogenomics, translational research, consumer screening applications, and disease association studies. Tailor studies to detect common variants, CNVs, and more.Learn More
Conduct whole-genome selection studies, DNA fingerprinting, net merit evaluation, and marker-assisted breeding with species-specific catalog and consortia-developed microarrays, or genotype species of interest with custom arrays.Learn More
Analyze epigenetic patterns across the genome with methylation arrays. Quantify changes to CpG islands, non-CpG and differentially methylated sites, and regulatory regions with single-nucleotide resolution.Learn More
Microarray-based genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have been the most common approach for identifying disease associations across the whole genome.Learn More
Targeted genotyping approaches provide a cost-effective alternative to whole-genome methods, when genome-wide genotyping is not practical or necessary.Learn More
Custom genotyping is the ideal solution for screening large sample sets against novel or targeted content. With custom designs, you can target regions of the genome relevant to your specific research interests.Learn More
Researchers perform large GWAS studies with the Global Screening Array to identify disease-associated DNA risk loci and develop PRSs for clinical validation.Read Customer Interview
Integrating imaging, multiomic technologies, and big data uncovers novel diagnostic and therapeutic targets for common chronic diseases.Read Customer Interview
MyDNA partnered with Illumina, providing customers with access to its MyDNA software platform to make the most of the data produced and to enhance their reports.Read Customer Interview
Choose from ready-to-use microarrays with expertly designed content, or design custom iSelect or semicustom arrays to suit specific research and analysis needs. Process and scan arrays with a rapid DNA-to-data workflow.
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Web-based tool for designing custom arrays.All Microarray Kits
Browse ready-to-use microarray kits for genotyping and epigenetic analysis.
Identify the best array or sequencing library prep kit for your needs. Filter by method, species, and more. Compare, share, and order kits directly from this tool.
Microarray scanner for high-throughput processing of thousands of samples per day.Infinium Accessory Kits
Hardware, software, and accessories needed to process multiple microarrays in parallel.
Software to help you visualize, analyze, and manage microarray data.Illumina LIMS for Arrays
Laboratory information management system for high-throughput microarray processing and sample tracking.
Web-based tools for early-stage research to identify disease mechanisms, drug targets, and prognostic or predictive biomarkers.
The Infinium Global Diversity Array, an economical tool for genetic screening of large global populations, offers extremely high genomic coverage and imputation performance across 26 diverse populations. This product is the commercial version of a microarray designed for the NIH All of Us Research Program.Read News Article
High-throughput microarrays help labs identify common genetic variations among large cohorts for population-scale genotyping studies. Learn more about high-throughput genotyping.
Complex diseases result from a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Array and sequencing technologies can help reveal the underpinnings of these diseases. Learn more about complex disease genomics.
Genotyping array studies in plants and animals can uncover the relationship between genotype and phenotype, informing breeding decisions and the genetic selection of valued traits. Learn more about plant and animal genotyping.
High-resolution cytogenomic microarrays enable detection of low-level mosaicism, CNVs, LOH, and AOH across the genome. Learn more about cytogenomics.
Methylation arrays enable epigenome-wide association studies that can analyze multiple cancer samples in parallel. Learn more about cancer epigenetics.
Experts provide genotyping and methylation array services quickly and cost-effectively. Explore microarray service offerings.