The G4 Sequencing Platform is the a plug-and-play solution that seamlessly integrates into existing NGS workflows.
- Intuitive user interface and easy-to-use reagents empower anyone to load and run a wide variety of applications on the G4.
- The G4 seamlessly connects to leading cloud storage providers and generates demultiplexed FASTQ files that can can be easily integrated into existing bioinformatic pipelines.
Library Prep Partners
Integrating the Quantabio high-quality sparQ library prep kits for RNA-Seq with the G4 Sequencing Platform.
Integrating NEBNext® DNA and RNA Library Preparation Kits with the G4.
Integrating Cantata Bio® proximity ligation-based NGS library prep kits with the G4.
Integrating QuantSeq®, CORALL®, and LUTHOR® library preparation kits for RNA sequencing on the G4.
Integrating Agilent® SureSelect Target Enrichment Reagents for RNA sequencing on the G4.
Integrating QIAseq® kits for DNA and RNA library preparation with the G4.
Integrating the Twist® NGS Target Enrichment Solutions for the G4 Sequencing Platform
Integrating Watchmaker® DNA Library Prep Kits with Fragmentation with the G4.
Integrating Olink® Explore high-throughput proteomics platform with the G4 (in development).
Integrating IDT xGen™ NGS Library Preparation Kits for both DNA and RNA sample prep with the G4.
Integrating Parse Biosciences Evercode™ Whole Transcriptome products for single cell RNA-Seq with the G4.
Integrating Takara Bio single cell RNA-Seq kits, including SMART-Seq and other NGS technologies, with the G4.
Interested in integrating a library prep workflow not listed here? No problem! Contact us for more information.
Sequencing on the G4
The G4 has been thoughtfully designed with an intuitive user interface and easy to use consumables to enable anyone to load and run a broad range of applications on the platform.
Bioinformatics & Cloud Storage Partners
Integrating NVIDIA Clara Parabricks for secondary analysis of NGS DNA and RNA data generated by the G4.
Integrating the Terra platform—developed by the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Microsoft, and Verily—for secondary and tertiary data analysis, storage, and sharing of G4-generated data.