Illumina human genotyping arrays contain the most informative content, supporting whole-genome, targeted genome, and exome analyses. Powered by industry-leading BeadArray and Infinium assay technologies, they deliver exceptional data quality and high-density genomic coverage. Choose from ready-to-use BeadChip arrays with expert-defined content, consortia-developed content arrays for specific applications, or design custom iSelect or semicustom microarrays to suit specific research needs.
Supporting high-throughput, multiplex processing, Illumina microarrays are ideal for large-scale population study researchers and biobanks performing genome-wide and phenome-wide association studies (GWAS and PheWAS). They also offer the high resolution required for detection of copy number variant (CNV), loss of heterozygosity (LOH), and insertions/deletions. All Illumina microarrays, including whole-genome and targeted array products are designed for continued collaboration and expansion to meet the needs of the research community.
Human genotyping microarrays are ideal for processing thousands of samples quickly and cost-effectively to identify mutations and structural variants. Additional advantages include:
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Semi-custom and custom genotyping array solutions enable researchers to leverage biobank samples for translational, regenerative medicine, pharmacogenomic, clinical trial, epidemiology, and population studies. Learn more about biobank sample analysis.