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RNA Access Library Prep Kits

Illumina

The TruSeq RNA Access library prep kit provides a solution for analyzing human RNA isolated from FFPE tissues and other low-quality samples. Starting from as little as 10 ng total RNA from intact samples or 20 ng total RNA from degraded samples,...

Whole-Genome Sequencer

Illumina

The HiSeq X Five System enables fast and affordable human whole-genome sequencing on a large scale. The system offers access to the same patterned flow cell technology that drives the population-scale power of the HiSeq X Ten System. It consists...

Library-Preparation System

Illumina

The NeoPrep™ Library Prep System can perform library preparation, quantification, and normalization, in a single, self-contained instrument. Digital microfluidics technology decreases hands-on time from several hours to 30 minutes. By ...

HLA Sequencing Solution

Illumina

TruSight ® HLA produces a comprehensive view of the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) region by sequencing 11 HLA genes for accurate HLA typing across thousands of known and novel HLA alleles. Leveraging the MiSeq ® Sequencing System...

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