Construction of all library types: RNAseq, shotgun genomic, mate-pairs, ChIPseq, small RNA, and custom libraries.
- Sequencing on the HiSeq 4000 or 2500
- Full flowcell or any number of lanes (8 lanes in High Output, two lanes in Rapid Mode)
- Single-reads or paired-reads
- 50bp, 100bp, 150bp or 250bp reads
Construction of libraries from amplicons, genomic DNA, small RNAs, mRNA, ChIP DNA, etc.
- Sequencing on the MiSeq
- Each run is a complete flowcell (1 lane).
- Paired-End reads
- Titration (50 nt), 250nt or 300nt reads
- 10 to 50 million reads per run depending on run type.
- Preparation of 16S, 18S, ITS, archaeal, and other gene specific PCR products
- Prepared samples are then ready to sequence on the Illumina platforms
- This system analyzes STRs, mitochondrial DNA and a targeted pannel of SNPs that characterize identity, ancestry and physical traits.
- This system produces libraries for de novo genome assembly, genome phasing, characterization of large structural variations and for 3' transcriptome libraries from single-cells.
Oxford Nanopore Minion MK I»
- This platform is being used to generate assemblies of bacterial and archaeal genomes.
- Fragment analysis and Sanger DNA sequencing on the AB 3730xl DNA Analyzer.
- Three levels of sequencing options and pricing to fit the size of your project.
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