This course identifies the items needed for the AmpliSeq for Illumina library prep protocol, introduces pool planning resources for a multiplexed amplicon run, demonstrates the steps in the library prep protocol, and lists best practices for the protocol.
This course describes the AmpliSeq for Illumina assay technology, lists the three types of panels, introduces the steps in the amplicon sequencing workflow, and lists the analysis options for amplicon sequencing data.
This course discusses the purpose of ExAmp cluster amplification, lists the steps in the ExAmp cluster amplification workflow, and provides best practices for preparing the ExAmp reaction.
This course covers best practices for your HiSeq 1500/2500. Topics covered include: instrument mode changes and washes, best practices for performing a HiSeq sequencing run, BaseSpace Sequence Hub and data compression options for your HiSeq runs, fluidics and flow cell plate care, and how to prepare the instrument for idling or shutdown.
This course describes the Rapid Run Mode available for HiSeq 2500 or HiSeq 1500. It identifies what is needed to perform a Rapid Run, describes the options for clustering the 2-lane flow cell, and lists ways to reduce data storage requirements for your HiSeq runs.
This course provides an introduction to Illumina Experiment Manager, and shows you the steps to create sample plates and sample sheets.
This course provides an overview of the DRAGEN analysis pipelines. By the end of this course, you will be able to identify the role of the DRAGEN Platform in secondary data analysis, list the available pipelines, and briefly describe the expected performance and accuracy.
This course describes the benefits of using the DRAGEN Platform for secondary analysis of sequencing data, provides an introduction to the technology, and lists available pipelines.