Assess the microbial composition in the human intestine with a powerful end-to-end solution combining library preparation and bioinformatic analysis.

Reduced activity or imbalances in the gut microbiome have been associated with a variety of conditions, including obesity, type II diabetes, and many more. ViennaLab 16S Microbiome NGS Assay, combining library preparation and bioinformatic analysis, enables species-level classification of bacteria colonizing the human gut.

 

Intestinal Microbiome

 

  • Composition and diversity of the human gut microbiome have been linked to a wide range of phenotypes in health and disease.
  • Targeted sequencing of the variable regions in the 16S rRNA gene provides a rapid and easy way to assess the bacterial composition in the human intestine.
  • The ViennaLab 16S Microbiome NGS Assay in conjunction with the ViennaLab Microbiome Analysis Webtool offers a powerful end-to-end solution combining library preparation and bioinformatic analysis. Diversity statistics, informative summary tables and graphical output are generated to facilitate the rapid review and comprehensive evaluation of the bacterial composition in the analyzed samples.

 

For Research Use Only

Note: REF 9-131, 9-132, 9-133 differ only in Indexing Primer Sets. If you plan to sequence more than 96 samples on one flow cell, please order kits with different sets (e.g. Set A and Set B). Make sure that all individual libraries sequenced in the same pool have a unique indexing primer combination.

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16S Microbiome NGS Assay [Set A]9-13196 rxn

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16S Microbiome NGS Assay [Set B]9-13296 rxn

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16S Microbiome NGS Assay [Set C]9-13396 rxn

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