Centre for Comparative Genomics
The Centre for Comparative Genomics' Sequencing/Genotyping Service.
The Centre owes its origins to an equipment grant from NERC in 2005. The purpose of the CCG was to establish a high-throughput sequencing and genotyping facility.
Services at the Centre for Comparative Genomics
CCG offers high throughput sequencing and genotyping services
using an ABI3730xl DNA Analyzer located in Room 213, Darwin Building UCL. We accept
only. GEE staff currently benefit from a service that
only the cost of consumables.
Potential users outside GEE should feel free to discuss possible options, specialized needs, and our charging structure (see below) with Mari-Wyn Burley or Fraser Simpson.
NOTE: All prices are subject to change without notice.
The idea of the CCG is to encourage higher throughput at knockdown prices. All prices are therefore per 96-well plate. If you want to do smaller jobs, you must pay the whole plate charge (which could still be advantageous for a ½ plate, say).
(For smaller jobs, you may want to investigate other services, such as UCL Pharmacology's service - contact Stuart Martin at email@example.com)
Machine-ready. i.e. sequencing reaction already done and cleaned up
£40 per 96 wells (approx. £0.40/sequence)
Outside GEE: £120 per 96 wells (approx. £1.20/sequence)
Sequencing run with sequencing reaction using BigDyev3.1
£80 per 96 wells (approx. £0.80/sequence)
Outside GEE: £220 per 96 wells (approx. £2.20/sequence)
NB If you want to do your own sequencing reactions (which is
but don’t know how or don’t want to buy lots of Big Dye, we
Genotyping (includes microsatellites/STRs,AFLP)
£60 per 96 wells (approx. £0.60/well)
Outside GEE: £140 per 96 wells (approx. £1.40/well)
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