The AmpliSeq for Illumina Antimicrobial Resistance Research Panel provides a quick, accurate, and cost-effective tool to detect 28 different antibiotic classes. The panel contains 2 pools comprised of a total of 815 amplicons to assess the presence of 478 antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes. This panel was developed in collaboration with a team from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Naval Research Laboratory.
Community Panel Features
AmpliSeq for Illumina Community Panels are made-to-order. We provide the designs for your convenience; however, they do not have associated performance metrics. For predesigned and tested content, view AmpliSeq for Illumina Ready-to-Use Panels.
AmpliSeq for Illumina Community Panels contain content selected and designed with input from leading disease researchers. You can order this community panel as is, or customize the panel to meet your needs, using DesignStudio software to add or remove genes and amplicons.