Custom genotyping is the ideal solution for screening large sample sets against novel or targeted content. With custom designs, researchers can target regions of the genome relevant to their specific research interests. Illumina offers flexible options and simple online design tools to maximize success with your customized genotyping assays.
Fully custom arrays can be developed easily with up to 700 thousand markers targeting any loci across the genome, for any species, including novel organisms. Illumina also offers flexible throughput options, as well as the ability to tailor standard array products with add-on content to include novel variants of interest.
Design custom or semi-custom arrays for any species, with convenient online tools and expert assistance. Options include:
Access simple and powerful online tools for evaluating loci and creating the most successful custom genotyping assays.
Researchers can design custom assays to sequence only those genome regions relevant to their specific research interests. Custom targeted sequencing is ideal for examining genes in specific pathways, or for follow-up studies from GWAS or whole-genome sequencing.
Ultra-deep sequencing of PCR products enables efficient variant identification and characterization.Learn More
Use custom panels for targeted sequencing to focus gene content based on study objectives.Learn More
DesignStudio, a web-based sequencing assay design tool, provides dynamic feedback to optimize target region coverage.Learn More
We offer the most comprehensive array options for genotyping agriculturally important crops and livestock. Custom genotyping arrays offer the ability to interrogate virtually any SNP for any species. Learn more about plant and animal genotyping.
Illumina helps researchers who share similar goals join efforts to pool resources and create genomics tools, including genotyping arrays and sequencing panels. Explore our consortia offerings.
After a variant is identified and associated with disease, targeted array and sequencing methods can help researchers determine how a variant affects disease biology. Learn more about sequence variant confirmation.
Identify germline mutations that predispose individuals to cancer using targeted microarrays and next-generation sequencing. Learn more about cancer germline mutation studies.