Illumina iSeq 100

Illumina iSeq 100

The iSeq 100 sequencing system is Illumina’s most accessible, cost-effective and rapid benchtop sequencer powered by CMOS technology and SBS chemistry. By generating 1.2 Gb of data per run in only 17.5 hours, the iSeq 100 System delivers the high resolution and analytical sensitivity obtained on other Illumina sequencing platforms. Compared to qPCR and Sanger sequencing, the iSeq 100 System allows greater statistical confidence for calling variants or low-frequency alleles. This is the ideal platform for microbial and viral whole-genome sequencing, targeted gene sequencing such as small cancer panels, targeted gene expression profiling and miRNA & small RNA analysis.

Manufacturer: Illumina
Sequencing Kit Catalog # Read Length (bp) SE Read # PE Read # Output Data
iSeq 100 i1 Reagent 20021533 2 × 150, 1 x 300 4 million 8 million 1.2 Gb
Equipment Rates & Fees
Customers are encouraged to purchase kits on their own and arrange adequate shipping to the core facility for sequencing.
Service Unit RPI User External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partner
Sequencing per run $120 $197 $395 $355
  RPI Users External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partners
Personnel Time $60 $99 $197 $178

Valid through July 31, 2022. Rates are hourly unless specified otherwise and are subject to change without further notice.

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