Axiom™ Microbiome, 96 array plate


Catalogue Number: 902904


Easy, streamlined solution for microbial profiling
Axiom Microbiome Array enables the detection of all known microorganisms in a sample with species- and strain-level identification in a single, scalable assay. Utilizing the robust biochemistry of Axiom 2.0 Assay coupled with manual and automated target preparation methods, this streamlined protocol provides consistent and high-quality results. A simplified, upstream reverse transcriptase reaction enables the detection of RNA virus genomes. Hands-free array processing is performed on GeneTitan Multi-Channel Instrument. The complete solution includes arrays, reagent kits, and free, easy-to-use microbiome analysis software.


  • Expert design for profiling human and animal microbiomes with a single assay
  • Detects greater diversity and higher resolution than 16s rRNA gene sequencing
  • Comprehensive coverage of over 11,000 organisms and five microbial domains: archaea, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses
  • Allows identification to the species, strain and sequence level; RNA virus detection using cDNA template
  • Flexible 24- and 96-array plate formats
  • Sample type agnostic: applications in nutrigenomics, agrigenomics, and animal research
  • Simplified microbial detection analysis


  • Assessment of animal gut microbial communities for feed optimization6
  • Ascertainment of livestock animal health
  • Microbial profiling for pathogen detection
  • Disease prevention research
  • Vivarium screening (monitoring for environmental and animal colony health)
  • Evaluation of microbial status and response to treatment
  • Evaluation of microbiota for soil productivity
  • Linkage studies (impact of human gut microbiota on disease state)
  • High-resolution profiling of probiotic and prebiotic mixtures

See also Axiom Microbiome, 24 array plate and Axiom Microbial Detection Analysis Software (MiDAS).


Array Format:

96-array plate

Array Type:


Number of Arrays:

96 arrays

Product Size:

1 plate


Archaea, Bacteria, Fungi, Protozoa, Virus


For additional information please see the brochure.