Companies using Illumina DNA Sequencing

We have found 774 companies that use Illumina DNA Sequencing. Our data for Illumina DNA Sequencing usage goes back as far as 1 years and 7 months.

58% of Illumina DNA Sequencing customers are in United States and 6% are in United Kingdom. Of all the companies that are using Illumina DNA Sequencing, 18% are small (<50 employees), 31% are medium-sized and 46% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at Illumina DNA Sequencing customers by industry, we find that Higher Education (26%), Hospital & Health Care (21%), Biotechnology (11%) and Research (8%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that Illumina DNA Sequencing customers are also likely to use Ion Torrent and roche 454?

Who uses Illumina DNA Sequencing?

Here are the top companies that use Illumina DNA Sequencing :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of Illumina, Illumina DNA Sequencing client Illumina illumina.com 2017-08-17
Logo of THE BROAD INSTITUTE, INC., Illumina DNA Sequencing client THE BROAD INSTITUTE, INC. broadinstitute.org 2017-08-17
Logo of Baylor College of Medicine, Illumina DNA Sequencing client Baylor College of Medicine bcm.edu 2017-08-17
Logo of GeneDx, Inc., Illumina DNA Sequencing client GeneDx, Inc. genedx.com 2017-08-17
Logo of Natera Inc, Illumina DNA Sequencing client Natera Inc natera.com 2017-08-17

Illumina DNA Sequencing Market Share and Competitors in Healthcare

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Healthcare. In the Healthcare category, Illumina DNA Sequencing has a market share of about 1.4%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

Market Share:

1.4%
774 Companies

What is Illumina DNA Sequencing?

For DNA sequencing, Illumina's next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology uses clonal amplification and sequencing by synthesis (SBS) chemistry to enable rapid, accurate sequencing. The process simultaneously identifies DNA bases while incorporating them into a nucleic acid chain.