Get a detailed genome view of the smallest organisms. Small genome sequencing provides comprehensive analysis of microbial or viral genomes for public health, epidemiology, and disease studies. Sequence up to 24 small genomes per MiSeq run.
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*Small whole-genome sequencing on the MiSeq System estimated cost per sample calculated 2016, based on 5 Mb genome, 50-100X coverage, 2 x 300 bp read length, Nextera XT Library Prep Kit, MiSeq Reagent v3 600-cycle kit
Targeted resequencing focuses time, expenses, and analysis on sequencing only a subset of genes or genome regions of research interest. Amplicon sequencing, the ultra-deep sequencing of PCR amplicons, enables cost-effective analysis of up to hundreds of target genomic regions in one assay. Sequence up to 96 samples and 1536 amplicons or more in a single MiSeq run.
Sequencing the 16S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) gene is a culture-free method to identify and compare bacteria from complex microbiomes or environments that are difficult to study. Our demonstrated protocol for 16S rRNA sequencing can help take the guess work out of your experiments. Multiplexing lets you sequence up to 96 samples per MiSeq run.
See how other researchers are using the MiSeq System to power their metagenomics studies:
*16S rRNA sequencing on the MiSeq System estimated cost per sample calculated 2016, based on 96 samples, 2 x 300 bp read length, Nextera XT index primers, MiSeq Reagent v3 600-cycle kit
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