Illumina offers a comprehensive suite of genotyping array products for non-human organisms. Ready-to-use BeadChip microarray solutions are available for crops, livestock, and model organisms, leveraging expert-selected and Consortia-developed content. For non-human organisms that have not yet been investigated genetically, custom iSelect arrays can be created with known or suspected markers.
Powered by Infinium assay technologies, Illumina non-human genotyping BeadChips deliver exceptional data quality and high-density genomic coverage. These BeadChips support high-throughput, multiplex processing for large-sample studies, delivering high-quality data at a low per-sample cost.
Genotyping studies in plants and animals can uncover the relationship between genotype and phenotype, informing breeding decisions and the genetic selection of valued traits to enhance crops and herds.
Custom arrays enable cost-effective genotyping that provides ranchers with the information they need to improve herds.Read Interview
EuroGenomics shares genomic information gleaned from use of the Infinium BovineSNP50 BeadChip and a custom BovineLD BeadChip developed by seven EU partners.Read Interview
Genotyping enables a farmer to enhance the quantity and quality of milk produced by his herd for cheese production.Read Interview
Illumina offers a broad range of custom genotyping array options for flexible design of more than 1 million variants. Convenient online tools and Illumina representatives are available to assist in the design and selection of markers of interest, and choice of assay and custom microarray products to best suit study designs or commercial processes.Learn More
Illumina coordinates Agriculture Consortia to advance the collective understanding of agrigenomics and improve individual economics. BeadChip microarrays are the foundation of dozens of agrigenomics consortia arrays that are available through consortia, are publically available, or are in development.Learn More
International Mungbean Improvement Network Wins GrantRead Article
The Breast Cancer Atlas Project is sequencing more than a million breast cancer cells with the NovaSeq 6000 System.Read Interview
Professor Michael Bunce takes us on an environmental DNA excursion and explains how he uses metabarcoding to study ocean ecosystems.Read Article
Identify the best non-human genotyping array for your needs with this easy-to-use tool.Find the Right Array
Design custom and semi-custom BeadChip arrays with convenient online tools and Illumina expert assistance.Find Custom Arrays
View a filterable list of microarrays for genotyping a broad range of species, from bovine to maize, porcine, and more.See All Array Kits
Supports high-throughput BeadChip array processing, scanning hundreds to thousands of samples quickly and accurately.View System