RHINOSEQ

THE POWER TO CHANGE NGS

The fastest library kit on the market cuts hours off your prep time. Start with as low as 10 ng of material and be ready for sequencing or amplification in 20 minutes. Using a novel, simple three-step procedure, your DNA is enzymatically fragmented without GC bias. Results are comparable to other commercial kits but requires less than 10% of the time.

Turbocharge your Illumina sequencer. Get faster results. Get higher throughput.

Library Construction in 20′
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 SeqOnce BiosciencesIllumina® / NexteraKAPACovaris® Shearing + KAPANEBSwift Biosciences™ /
Accel-NGS
Time (minutes)20-40150150-180210-240150-180210-270
Workflow ComplexitySimple (3 steps)HighModerateModerateModerateModerate
TubesSingleMultipleMultipleMultipleMultipleMultiple
AutomationEasyEasyEasyEasyModerateModerate
Cost$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Sample Input10ng-100ng50ng10ng-5µg1ng-1µg1ng-100ng10pg-250ng
Number of RXN's (formats)8, 24, 9612, 48, 968, 48, 968, 24, 48, 9612, 24, 48, 9624, 96

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Library amplification kit for Illumina Sequencers. Applications include WGS, WES, FFPE

Configurations:

  • 8 well | $20/reaction | $160
  • 24 well | $19/reaction | $456
  • 96 well | $17/reaction | $1,632

Optional:

  • 8 well D5/D7 indices | Free (Limit 1)
  • 24 well D5/D7 indices |$4/reaction | $96
  • 96 well D5/D7 indices |$4/reaction | $384

First time order discount – 15%
Free domestic shipping on orders over $500

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Download the RhinoSeq DNA Library Prep Protocols

The RhinoSeq DNA library kit provides the reagents necessary for amplification. PCR cycles can range from 12-15 cycles depending upon DNA input and quality.

The RhinoSeq DNA library kit contains reagents for amplification. A PCR-free version will be available soon.

Starting material should be purified to minimize the presence of contaminants and maximize high molecular weight DNA. Samples should be quantified by a fluorometric method (e.g. Qubit, PicoGreen) prior library construction.

The RhinoSeq DNA library kit provides protocol recommendations for size selection greater than 180bp, 300bp, and dual size selection.

Workflows for these sample types are in development and will be available soon.

SeqOnce kits work with high and low complexity samples. Proper fluorometric quantification (e.g. Qubit, Picogreen) and Bioanalyzer analysis of the samples are recommended prior to library construction to assay sample quality.

The kit comes in 24 and 96 reaction formats. For customized orders, reagents can be drop shipped in bulk format.

Yes, the library prep kit offers fragmentation, library construction, and PCR all in a single tube.

Yes, temporarily, but transitioning quickly between steps is recommended to maximize yields. In fact, the reagents are stable at ambient temperature for up to one week.

Yes, DNA can be stored in buffer with EDTA concentration 0.1-1mM.

Kit is suitable for 10ng – 100ng of input DNA. Lower input is currently in R&D.

The shelf life of the kit is 12 months.

The kits shipped on ice packs or dry ice. All components can be safely stored at -20°C.

SeqOnce currently uses Illumina® Sequencing platforms.

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PEOPLE ARE SAYING…

RhinoSeq is a remarkably fast and easy-to-use product for library preparation that will disrupt the growing NGS market. We see RhinoSeq reducing library construction time from a multi-hour process to less than 45 minutes, producing consistently excellent results across a wide range of sample types and inputs.

Brandon Young - Co-Founder, Murrieta Genomics

Using the RhinoSeq DNA library kit enables more flexibility with our time due to the ease of use and rapid speed. We don’t need to block out an entire day to prepare libraries.

Matthew Collin - Genomics Core Manager, UC Riverside

Generating NGS libraries in under an hour which produce quality sequencing data, has the ability to change the landscape of NGS library prep, allowing researchers a huge amount of flexibility in their day to day workload.

Gary Sommerville, PhD - Sr. Research Scientist, Dana Farber Cancer Institute