The Custom Protocol Selector enables you to generate your own customized documentation, specifically tailored to your experiment on the NovaSeq 6000, MiniSeq, MiSeq, NextSeq, HiSeq 2000, HiSeq 2500, HiSeq 3000, HiSeq 4000, or HiSeq X systems. You select the products and workflow options, then the Custom Protocol Selector generates a PDF with only the instructions that you need.
This guide contains safety information and product compliance markings for the MiSeq System.
This guide provides requirements for preparing your lab for a MiSeq System: lab space requirements, electrical requirements, bench recommendations, UPS recommendations, and user-supplied consumables.
This guide includes information about instrument components, MiSeq Control Software (MCS), and required consumables, and instructions for performing a sequencing run and maintaining the instrument.
This guide provides instructions for denaturing and diluting libraries after sample preparation and before sequencing on the MiSeq, and instructions for preparing a PhiX control. This procedure is required for most library types. It is not required for TruSeq Custom Amplicon libraries, TruSeq Amplicon - Cancer Panel libraries, or Nextera XT libraries.
This guide provides guidance for setting up sample sheets for sequencing on the MiSeq.
Quick reference overview of the MiSeq Output and Analysis Folders.
This quick reference card is a graphical introduction to the MiSeq instrument. It covers information such as MiSeq appllications, MiSeq publications, Sample Preparation, navigating through the support website, and MiSeq community resources.
This guide provides instructions for using custom primers for sequencing on the MiSeq.
MiSeq software release notes describe features and changes introduced in the latest versions of MiSeq Control Software (MCS) and related software components, including MiSeq Reporter.
This guide provides an overview of the indexed sequencing process for single-indexing and dual-indexing workflows on the NovaSeq, MiniSeq, NextSeq, MiSeq, and HiSeq sequencing systems.