DNBSEQ-E25 from MGI is a small and light gene sequencer and the instrument occupies just 0.1 m2 of the table, runs quickly, and has minimal requirements in the laboratory environment.
It is simple to install and maintain, significantly decreasing the threshold for sequencing. Ideal for pathogenic microorganism detection, small genome sequencing, and other applications.
- 2.5~7.5 GB per run
- Offers SE100 and PE150 with two types of sequencing consumables, and users could freely tailor the sequencing time.
- Sequencing data could be output in around five hours (SE100)
- Aids sequencing applications in the direction of pathogen rapid detection and small genome sequencing, etc. It can also be fitted with bioinformatics processes to obtain a one-stop solution for sequencing and analysis.
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|DNBSEQ-E25 performance parameters
|Number of Reads*
||Support read length
*The maximum number of effective reads is based on the operation of a specific standard library, and the actual application library will fluctuate due to the sample type and library construction method.
** SE100 consumables can be used for SE50 sequencing, PE150 consumables can be used for PE100 sequencing, and the read length can be customized in the sequencer user interface.
*** Running time includes DNB loading time and FASTQ generation time, but does not include index sequencing time.
**** The percentage of bases higher than Q30 and the running time are averaged over the entire run of a specific standard library. The actual application performance is affected by sample type, library quality, and insert length.
*Unless otherwise informed, StandardMPS and CoolMPS sequencing reagents, and sequencers for use with such reagents, are not available in Germany, Spain, UK, Sweden, Belgium, Italy, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Portugal, Austria, and Romania. Unless otherwise informed, StandardMPS sequencing reagents, and sequencers for use with such reagents are not available in Hong Kong.
*Products are provided for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures (except as specifically noted).