Unravel the complexity of the genome with DNA-seq solutions
Outstanding sequencing metrics
Uniformity: Standard panels typically achieve uniformity of 99.5% at 0.2x of mean coverage and 96% at 0.5x of mean coverage.
Sensitivity: Gain higher confidence in calling low-frequency DNA variants. Standard panels can obtain over 90% sensitivity for 1% NA12878 SNP and indel on A typical coding region with false positives of less than 15 per megabase region.
More multiplexing: Products from other suppliers offer 96 sample multiplexing. QIAseq does not stop there: 384 samples can be multiplexed using indices specific to QIAseq.
Featured success story
QIAseq custom panels drive new insights into pancreatic cancer
Performing NGS in oncology research and looking to maximize coverage and access the most difficult regions of the genome? Then our QIAseq NGS panels may be just the tool you need to achieve impactful insights! A recent longitudinal case-control study on the risk of pancreatic cancer – led by Dr. Fergus Couch from the Mayo Clinic – illustrated the efficacy of our QIAseq Targeted DNA Panels in ensuring 99.7% coverage of target regions. Interested in applying the unique benefits of our QIAseq Targeted DNA Custom Panels your own research? Have a look at the details of the Mayo Clinic study for inspiration!
Reduce sample mix-up and maximize sequencing throughput
Whole exome sequencing
Whole genome sequencing
New technologies for low-input whole genome sequencingIn this webinar, we present methods that can be used to optimize library construction to efficiently convert small amounts of DNA samples into sequencing libraries, especially for whole genome sequencing applications.
Advice prior to starting QIAseq Targeted PanelsThis webinar begins with key requirements for sample extraction and purification. Focus will also be placed on library generation, top tips for the wet-bench workflow and quality check procedures to ensure that the library is suitable for sequencing.
Get the most out of NGS variant panelsIn this webinar, we examine how panel design affects specificity, uniformity and coverage. We’ll discuss the difference between a two-primer amplicon and a single primer extension approach, and compare how using unique molecular indices (UMIs) to tag original molecules enhances the ability to call low-frequency variants.
Enterprise Genomics Solutions
Combine unparalleled expertise and support with our high-performance QIAseq technologies
Be part of the genomic revolution! Partner with QIAGEN to benefit from >20 years of experience in Sample to Insight solutions. From panel design to analysis and beyond – our Enterprise Genomic Solutions simplify biomarker discovery to propel your research forward.