By the end of this course, you will be able to: identify features of the NextSeq system, describe NextSeq sequencing technology, and describe the simplified sequencing workflow of the NextSeq system.
This course provides an introduction to Illumina Experiment Manager, and shows you the steps to create sample plates and sample sheets.
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.
By the end of this course, you will be able to identify the Nextera DNA Flex kit, describe how the protocol works, identify what is needed to complete the protocol, and define the various steps in the library preparation workflow.
This video shares IT requirements for implementing Illumina Proactive, an instrument performance monitoring service provided by Illumina that can increase instrument uptime, improve operational efficiency, and reduce the risk of lost resources.
This course provides an overview of how to use the BaseSpace Sequence Hub Prep tab to enter sample information and parameters for your sequencing run.
This course introduces four options for monitoring your NextSeq run. It also describes key metrics in NextSeq Control Software (NCS), Local Run Manager, Sequencing Analysis Viewer (SAV), and BaseSpace Sequence Hub.
By the end of this course, you will be able to: identify the steps to start a run on the NextSeq, describe how to prepare the reagent cartridge, and start a sequencing run using NCS.