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Popular Genomics Applications

Illumina offers technologies designed to make genomic analysis accessible to everyone. Using powerful, proven Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) and microarray solutions, researchers can now read and understand genetic variations at new depths, more easily and quickly than before, enabling a wide variety of genomics applications. As a result, discoveries that were unimaginable even a few years ago are now becoming routine.

Enabling genetic analysis

Genotyping is a popular and effective way to screen for SNPs and structural variations across the genome. Illumina technology offers accuracy, reproducibility, and flexibility with content selection.

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Gene Expression and Transcriptome Analysis

Illumina technologies enable characterization of all transcriptional activity (coding and non-coding), or focusing on a select subset of RNA transcripts within a given sample for high-quality gene expression and transcriptome analysis.

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Illumina offers a broad portfolio of simple-to-use, cost-efficient epigenetic analysis tools for studying epigenetic modifications and their impact on gene regulation.

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Genome Editing

NGS enables researchers to discover CRISPR genome editing off-target effects, confirm gene knockouts, and assess the functional impact of edits.

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NGS Technology
Next-Generation Sequencing

With ultra-high throughput, scalability, and speed, NGS enables researchers to study biological systems at a level never before possible. Learn more about how NGS works.

Microarray Technology
BeadArray Microarray Technology

Illumina offers a high-density microarray technology that increases genomic coverage for whole-genome genotyping; resolution for cytogenetics and CNV detection; and sample throughput for focused genotyping and DNA methylation. Learn more about microarray technology.

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Uncovering a CNV Linked to Schizophrenia
Uncovering a CNV Linked to Schizophrenia

Dr. Frank Middleton uses arrays, whole-genome sequencing, and gene expression analysis to screen for alterations in schizophrenia.

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Illumina Methods Guide

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