NXTGNT offers a wide range of sequencing apparatus allowing to sequence at the scale and scope of your project.
The in-house MiSeq benchtop sequencer is well suited for smaller projects and thus allows for more focused applications such as targeted gene sequencing, metagenomics, small genome and transcriptome sequencing, and targeted gene expression. Generating 1 million up to 25 million reads, the MiSeq sequencer is ideal for reduced representation studies and narrowly focused applications.
MiSeq FGx Sequencing System
The MiSeq FGx Sequencing System is the first and only next-generation sequencing (NGS) instrument developed and validated for forensic genomics. The first and only instrument to interrogate up to 96 combined SNP and STR libraries in a single run, the MiSeq FGx System preserves precious sample while demonstrating robust performance. Develop more thorough, detailed DNA profiles from a wide range of sample types, from high-quality genomic DNA (gDNA) to degraded, mixed, and limited samples.
With an output of up to 400 million reads, our in-house Illumina NextSeq 500 sequencer is more suited for larger study designs. The NextSeq 500 is easily configured providing researchers perfect scalability for mid-sized to large projects at maximal operational efficiency.
The HiSeq 3000 System is a powerful and efficient high-throughput sequencing system that, with an output of up to 750 gigabase (Gb) of data, is ideally suited for large-scale genomics projects.
The Novaseq 6000 System provides scalable ultra-high-throughput and flexibility for virtually any sequencing method, genome, and scale of project.
The Oxford Nanopore Technologies PromethION 24 is a single molecule, real-Time, large-scale, long-read, direct DNA and RNA sequencing sequencing system that provides high consensus accuracy and long read lengths, which makes it extremely suitable for whole-genome sequencing, de novo assemblies and metagenomics of viral populations. Moreover, nanopore sequencing can directly detect epigenetic modifications both on DNA and RNA, making it useful in epigenetics studies.