RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) is revolutionizing the study of the transcriptome. A highly sensitive and accurate tool for measuring expression across the transcriptome, it is providing scientists with visibility into previously undetected changes occurring in disease states, in response to therapeutics, under different environmental conditions, and across a wide range of other study designs.
RNA-Seq allows researchers to detect both known and novel features in a single assay, enabling the identification of transcript isoforms, gene fusions, single nucleotide variants, and other features without the limitation of prior knowledge.1,2
RNA-Seq with next-generation sequencing (NGS) is increasingly the method of choice for scientists studying the transcriptome.
Find out how Illumina NGS technology works and what types of experiments it enables.
Learn about key RNA-Seq methods. Find out how they differ to help you determine the method most appropriate for your research.
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