PE-100 Per Lane
$2200 per lane (you can pool multi-samples per lane if you use index). 100 bases pair-end read for two directions.In-Campus Service Price : $2200.00 (price may vary for off-campus customers)
Please select products and services from the following list:
|$200.00||Library preparation for ChIP-Seq
Price: $200 per sample. Sample requirement: Minimum 10ng ChIP DNA. Description: ChIP-sequencing, also known as ChIP-seq, is a method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA. ChIP-seq combines chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) with massively parallel DNA sequencing to identify the binding sites of DNA-associated proteins. It can be used to map global binding sites precisely for any protain of interest. Previously, ChIP-on-chip was the most common technique utilized to study these protein-DNA relations. But ChIP-on-chip requires a hybridization array and necessarily introduces some bias, as an array is restricted to a fixed number of probes. Sequencing, by contrast, has less bias. Our currently used protocol requires as little as 10ng ChIP DNA.
|$200.00||Library preparation for DNA sequencing (genomic DNA)
$200 per sample. The TruSeq DNA sample prep kit will be used to prepare DNA libraries with insert sizes from 300-500bp for single, paired-end, and multiplexed sequencing. The service includes fragmentation, adding adaptors, size selection, amplification and QC. You will need to provide minimum 1ug at good quality (260/280 above 1.7 and 260/230 above 1.0 at a concentration above 50 ng/ul) for each library. We could add up to 12 index to your libraries.
|$400.00||Library preparation for Small RNA (miRNA-seq)
$400 per sample. Small RNA sequencing allows detection of all known content and novel sequences, including the length and sequence variations, or iso-mirs, seen in microRNAs. Investigate any small RNA between 17 to 35 nucleotides. We are using Illumina TruSeq small RNA sample prep kit for microRNA-Seq library preparation and could add up to 48 index to your libraries. The service includes adding adaptors, cDNA synthesis, size selection, amplification and QC. You will need to provide minimum 1ug of total RNA at good quality (Bioanalyzer RIN value higher than 7.0, Nano drop 260/280 above 1.8 and 260/230 above 1.0 at a concentration above 50 ng/ul) for each library preparation.