Sequencing generates large volumes of data, and the analysis required can be intimidating. Fortunately, the analytical tools available today take most of the manual work out of the next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis process, making it easier for you to glean meaningful information quickly.
User-friendly Illumina tools smooth the process of analyzing sequencing data, so you can spend more time doing research and less time configuring workflows. Our sequencing data analysis software packages perform analysis after the on-instrument data processing is complete and offer optimal time to answer.
Real-Time Analysis (RTA) software operates during cycles of sequencing chemistry and imaging, providing base calls and associated quality scores representing the primary structure of DNA or RNA strands. This built-in software performs primary data analysis on Illumina sequencing systems automatically.
Alignment and assembly of DNA or RNA fragments provides the full sequence for a sample, from which genetic variants can be determined.
We offer intuitive tools to simplify DNA sequence alignment, variant calling, and data visualization, and provide ultra-rapid secondary analysis.
Our user-friendly analysis tools simplify data analysis for a broad range of RNA sequencing experiments, from gene fusion detection to total RNA expression profiling.
From sequence data, you can use biological data mining and interpretation tools to convert data into knowledge.
Interpreting genetic variation leads to knowledge and insights into basic biology, and the causes of diseases and how to treat or prevent them.
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The Illumina DRAGEN (Dynamic Read Analysis for GENomics) Bio-IT Platform provides fast, robust secondary analysis of next-generation sequencing (NGS) data. The platform analyzes sequencing data from a variety of experiment types, including whole genomes, whole exomes, germline and somatic datasets, and RNA sequencing experiments.
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