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Illumina high-throughput sequencing available
with our NSF-funded NextSeq500 sequencer.

Samples now accepted!

Click here for Sample Submission

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Note that we will potentially adjust pricing and services offered as we gain more experience with this instrument.

Also, sequencing will be slower until we gain experience, and until our robotic sample prep robot arrives.

The purchase of an Illumina NextSeq500 genome sequencer was made possible by an NSF-Major Research Instrumentation grant to Dr. Hoyt and occurs as the existing Roche 454-Junior Sequencing Instrument (funded through the generosity of the Vice President of Research office) must be retired due to obsolescence.  The new sequencing instrument is located in the Genomics and Proteomics center of the Henry Bellmon Research Center (Arrival pics here). The award included power backup and tape storage for the large data archiving. For more information on the new instrument go HERE

NOTE (02/22/2016) *** Illumina just sent out a price increase***.The price increase delayed the official opening of services. This is a world-wide price increase so it will not affect our price competitiveness, but it will be noticeable. We apologize if this affects any estimates we have given out for grant writing purposes. Please contact us if you have questions.