In Genome7 we have the most powerful illumina sequencer: the NovaSeq 6000.
NovaSeq 6000 was introduced by illumina in 2017. Among its features are scalability and flexibility, being an advantageous option for many kinds of projects. It can be used for Human genomics, transcriptomics for any type of organisms or bacterial genomics. This system is also very cost effective.
As an example, in Genome7, with the NovaSeq 6000 we are able to sequence 24 human genomes per day as this system is able to sequence up to 48 human whole genomes and produce 6Tb of data per single run as short as 40 hours
In Genome7 we also have an illumina MiSeq which is very useful to apply illumina technology to 16S projects.
In Genome7 Laboratory we have a PacBio Sequel machine.
The new PacBio Sequel System is based on Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) technology and delivers about 7X more reads with 1 million zero-mode waveguides (ZMWs) per SMRT Cell.
The PacBio Sequel System is ideal for projects that need to generate high-quality whole genome de novo assemblies. PacBio Sequel is the best option for de novo bacterial genomics and for new de novo complex genomes.
Other very important application of PacBio technology is to analyze biodiversity analyzing 16S gene for Taxonomic Profiling as this technology allows for full-length 16S gene analysis in only one amplicon.
TCR and BCR repertoire analysis is a very important tool for the follow-up of:
PacBio technology allows analyzing larger amplicons. Using CCS (Circular Consensus Sequences) approaches that warrant a very low error rate for each read, we offer Immunogenomics services for BCR and TCR repertoire analysis based on the PacBio Sequel platform.
For those applications requiring that, we have an Echo 525 liquid handler, which allows, without pipetting, transferring as low as 25 Nanoliters from one plate to another.
Some of the features of this system: