GENEWIZ NGS Platforms and Specifications

GENEWIZ features the most cutting-edge next generation sequencing platforms including the new PacBio Sequel, the powerful Illumina HiSeq X Ten, Illumina HiSeq, Illumina MiSeq, and the Ion PGM™. We are a Certified Service Provider (CSPro) for the Illumina sequencing technologies, which guarantees the customer the best data quality.



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10X GENOMICS Chromium™ Controller – NEW!

The 10X GENOMICS Chromium™ Controller enables a diverse set of sequencing applications like whole-genome phasing and structural variant analysis, remapping of difficult regions in the genome, de novo genome assembly, and dynamic gene expression at the single cell level.

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PacBio Sequel System – NEW!

The PacBio Sequel System platform is based on PacBio’s proven Single Molecule, Real Time (SMRT) sequencing technology.  This SMRT sequencing on the PacBio Sequel combines long read technology and rapid sequencing with 7 times higher throughput compared to previous systems for the highest-quality data. The PacBio Sequel is ideal for whole genome de novo assembly projects that require higher-quality data, microbial genome assembly, identifying DNA modications without bisulfite treatment, and identifying large structural variants. The system delivers up to 99.999% accuracy. Request a Quote

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Illumina HiSeq Series 

The Illumina HiSeq system is one of the most powerful sequencing machines on the market and is used by most major genome centers and leading institutions around the world. This machine offers ultra-high-throughput sequencing for a myriad of project types. Sequencing is conducted either in the High Output Mode (8 lane flowcell) or Rapid Run Mode (2 lane flowcell). GENEWIZ can accept most projects involving custom indexing and sequencing primers, as well as projects that have different read1 and read2 lengths using the Rapid Run Mode on the HiSeq.


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