Understanding our genetic variation

High-throughput arrays for identifying nucleotide and structural changes in the human genome

Human Genotyping

To date, human genotyping efforts have identified thousands of associations between genetic variants and diseases or traits, and created maps of the unique variation within populations. Microarrays are the ideal platform for assessing known markers in the human genome, enabling researchers to find single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) or larger structural changes among millions of markers.

With Illumina human genotyping arrays, you can choose expertly designed content, use consortium-developed markers, or customize array content according to your research objectives. Our microarray solutions provide trusted performance and support high-throughput, multiplex processing for large-scale population studies, clinical research, and other human genotyping projects.

Illumina human genotyping arrays offer several advantages.

  • Trusted data quality with widely adopted Infinium technology
  • High resolution for detecting copy number variation (CNV), loss of heterozygosity (LOH), and insertions/deletions
  • Coverage of common and rare variants as well as diverse global populations
  • High-throughput, multiplex array processing
  • Low per-sample cost
  • Integration with Illumina sequencing systems for multi-omics analyses
Benefits of Human Genotyping

Featured Human Genotyping Research

Polygenic Risk Scores Could Become Useful Tools in the Physician's Toolbox
Polygenic Risk Scores Could Become Useful Tools in the Physician's Toolbox

Researchers perform large GWAS studies with the Global Screening Array to identify disease-associated DNA risk loci and develop PRSs for clinical validation.

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Customizing Genetic Testing in Japan and Southeast Asia
Customizing Genetic Testing in Japan and Southeast Asia

Genesis Healthcare offers a range of health and wellness direct-to-consumer kits to empower people to make proactive lifestyle adjustments.

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A Genetic Data Matchmaking Service for Researchers
A Genetic Data Matchmaking Service for Researchers

Sano Genetics connects researchers with valuable information about rare disorders while protecting individual's privacy.

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Choose from ready-to-use human genotyping arrays with expertly designed content, or design custom iSelect or semicustom arrays to suit specific research needs. Process and scan arrays with a rapid three-day workflow.*

*Infinium XT offers a two-day workflow option.

Click on the below to view products for each workflow step.

Infinium XT

Comprehensive microarray solution for production-scale human genotyping with flexible content.

Microarray Kit Selector

Find the best kit for your needs based on project type, starting material, and method or application.

All Microarray Kits

Ready-to-use microarray kits for human genotyping and epigenetic analysis.

DesignStudio Microarray Assay Designer

Web-based tool for designing custom arrays.

iScan System

Microarray scanner for high-throughput processing of thousands of samples per day.

Infinium Accessory Kits

Hardware, software, and accessories needed to process multiple array samples in parallel.

Infinium Automation Packages

Robotic liquid-handling capabilities, control software, and other options to automate the array workflow and reduce errors.

AutoLoader 2.x

This device automatically loads array carriers onto scanning systems.

Array Data Analysis Solutions

Software to help you visualize, analyze, and manage human genotyping data.

BaseSpace Clarity LIMS

Laboratory information management system for labs running sequencing and array experiments.

BaseSpace Correlation Engine

Web-based tools for early-stage research to identify disease mechanisms, drug targets, and prognostic or predictive biomarkers.

Infinium Global Diversity Array with Enhanced PGx Content

Introducing the most comprehensive genotyping microarray on the market for pharmacogenomic (PGx) research with >1.9M markers, access to high-impact PGx genes, and optional reporting software with star allele calling and metabolizer status reporting.

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Infinium Global Diversity Array with Enhanced PGx Content
Cancer Germline Mutations
Cancer Germline Mutation Analysis

Study cancer predisposition and risk with Illumina microarrays, sequencing systems, and data analysis software. Learn more about cancer germline mutation analysis.

Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS)
Causal Variant Discovery

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) use high-throughput genomics to quickly scan entire genomes of large groups to find genetic variants correlated with a trait or disease. Learn more about GWAS.

Whole-Genome Genotyping
Whole-Genome Genotyping

Whole-genome arrays leverage highly informative genome-wide tag SNPs found across diverse populations for large-scale studies.

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Targeted Genotyping
Targeted Genotyping

Perform genotype screening of large populations against targeted SNPs targeting specific traits or genes of interest.

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Methods Guide
Methods Guide

All the information you need, from BeadChips to library preparation to sequencer selection and analysis. Select the best tools for your lab.

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Scouring the Epigenome For The Origins of Dementia
Dementia-Related Epigenetic Changes

Dr. Jon Mill at King’s College London uses methylation arrays to study epigenetic changes that contribute to neurodegenerative disorders.

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Genotyping Consortia
Genotyping Consortia

Illumina BeadChip genotyping panels are the foundation of > 25 consortia products.

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FastTrack Microarray Services
Microarray Services

Illumina experts provide methylation array and genotyping services.

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Human Genotyping Array for Population Studies
Human Genotyping Array for Population Studies

High-throughput Infinium arrays help WeGene provide personal genetic testing services and develop an East Asian genome database.

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Gene Panel and Array Finder
Gene Panel and Array Finder

Identify sequencing panels or microarrays that target your genes of interest.

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