Achieve cost-effective, accurate, and sensitive RNA exome analysis of even difficult samples without sacrificing gene fusion discovery power. Many RNA exome sequencing methods focus on a defined number of known transcripts or require expensive deep sequencing. RNA exome capture sequencing overcomes these challenges by combining RNA-Seq with exome enrichment.
This method captures only the coding regions of the transcriptome, allowing higher throughput and requiring lower sequencing depth than non-exome capture methods. Sequence-specific capture of the RNA exome does not rely on the presence of a poly-A tail. This makes RNA exome capture sequencing ideal for RNA-Seq with low-quality samples or limited starting material.
Isolating transcriptome coding regions maximizes discovery power at a fraction of the read depth of total RNA sequencing.
Illumina Distinguished Scientist Dr. Gary Schroth demonstrates the latest advances in RNA-Seq technology. Learn how the latest RNA library prep methods allow transcriptome analysis from challenging samples, like single cells or FFPE tissues.View Video
In addition to industry-leading data quality, Illumina offers integrated RNA exome capture workflows that simplify the entire process, from library preparation to data analysis and biological interpretation.
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This cost-effective, flexible workflow measures gene expression in single cells and offers high-resolution analysis to discover cellular differences usually masked by bulk sampling methods. This app note outlines the workflow, provides example study designs and throughput charts, and more.