Illumina Sequencing

Illumina sequencing is a technique used to determine the series of base pairs in DNA, also known as DNA sequencing. The reversible terminated chemistry concept was invented by Bruno Canard and Simon sarfati at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. Illumina sequencing technique works in three basic steps -  amplify, sequence, and analyze. The process begins with purified DNA. The   process begins with purified DNA.

  • Illumina Solexa Sequencing
  • Illumina Sequencing
  • Illumina Sequencing technology
  • Illumina Next Generation Sequencing
  • Illumina paired end sequencing
  • Illumina Genome Sequencing
  • Illumina Sequence by synthesis
  • Illumina Exome Sequencing

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