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DNA Tech Core – closed for the holidays 12/21/15 – 1/4/16

Please note, we will not be open for business between 21 December and 4 January. The last day to sign up for shared instrument use, to drop off samples, or to receive data, is Friday December 18th. Happy Christmas –

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HiSeq 3000 Sequencing

HiSeq3000 Technology The HiSeq 3000 sequencer represents the very latest sequencer generation and enables significantly faster sequencing and reduced per-base-costs. Please note that for some samples the library preps need to be adjusted for the HiSeq 3000. The new sequencer is more than three times faster

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New Sample Submission Protocol Instituted

The DNA Tech Core is improving our ability to track samples electronically and we need your help. Submission sheets have been revised and are now specific to the sequencing platform – MiSeq, HiSeq, or PacBio. To submit a sample: download

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July 2014: New Core Manager and Core Personnel

Newsletter DNA Technologies Core June 2014

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BluePippin

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New Home!

The DNA Technologies and Expression Analysis Cores are now located in 1410 GBSF, the first floor of the Genome Center, with all our equipment in a single location.

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Illumina Downloads

Highly Parallel SNP Genotyping Key paper describing the Golden Gate genotyping assay in use by our facility. Enhancing Linkage Analysis of Complex Disorders: an Evaluation of High-density Genotyping Comparison of several platforms used in linkage analysis of a multiple sclerosis

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