The MiniSeq System delivers the power and confidence of proven Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology in an accessible sequencing solution. It features cost-efficient sequencing, even for low numbers of samples. Its streamlined workflow enables rapid sequencing of both DNA and RNA. The small footprint allows it to fit seamlessly into laboratories, with no need for specialized, ancillary equipment.
The MiniSeq System offers cross-application flexibility, enabling researchers to transition easily between sequencing projects for both DNA and RNA applications, including signal transduction pathway profiling, solid and hematological tumor profiling, and germline mutation analysis. Optimized data analysis workflows are available for a growing ecosystem of applications.
The MiniSeq System combines load-and-go operation with an intuitive user interface for a fast, easy NGS workflow. The MiniSeq System integrates clonal amplification, sequencing by synthesis, and base calling into a single benchtop instrument, eliminating the need for additional equipment. Simply load the flow cell and reagent cartridge on to the MiniSeq System and sequence at the touch of a button.
The MiniSeq System features a touch screen interface and user-friendly, intuitive software. Use the onboard software suite to configure, launch, monitor, and analyze sequencing runs. Interface with the MiniSeq System from any web browser to review real-time data and performance metrics. BaseSpace Sequence Hub lets you easily and securely analyze, archive, and share sequencing data. It simplifies and accelerates informatics with push-button tools.
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