Illumina has launched its Nextera XT sample-prep kits for the MiSeq and HiSeq systems. The kits have a 90 minute sample-prep workflow with the ability to manually process up to 900 samples per week and integrated barcodes to support up to 96 samples per MiSeq run, up to 1,536 samples per HiSeq 2000 run, and up to 384 samples per HiSeq 2500 run in rapid run mode.

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