Microsoft will discontinue support of the Windows 7 operating system in 2020. To prepare for this change, we have built a Windows 10 upgrade solution that will be available across all active Illumina systems. View Details
Empower your research with a high-precision scanner that supports an extensive range of array applications. The iScan System supports our broad portfolio of innovative genetic analysis assays for genome-wide or targeted genotyping, methylation profiling, and cytogenetic analysis.
The iScan System uses advanced laser and optics components to offer sub-micron resolution and maximize throughput rates. The result is rapid scan times without sacrificing data quality and reproducibility. With high call rates, sensitive measurement, and wide dynamic range, the iScan system reliably produces exceptional data quality.
Scanners and components are modular, creating a tunable system that can be configured to match virtually any scale of project. Automating assay processing with a liquid-handling robot and Autoloader 2.x reduces hands-on time and enables scanning to occur 24 hours per day.
*Approximate scan times based on Infinium HTS-24 sample array. Scan times vary depending on array format, laboratory and system configurations. Scan times based on systems with PCs installed in 2016 or later with LIMS integration turned off.
Dr. Scott Weiss discusses his work in genetic association studies using Illumina microarrays.View Video
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A cost-effective array for understanding complex disease in diverse human populations.
Infinium XT is a comprehensive microarray solution that enables production-scale genotyping of up to 50,000 single or multi-species custom variants.
Robust methylation profiling microarray with extensive coverage of CpG islands, genes, and enhancers. Use for epigenome-wide association studies.