What happened to the BGI@UC DAVIS ?

The BGI@UCDavis was located in the School of Medicine on the Sacramento campus and did provide sequencing services for large scale sequencing projects up until September 2015. This BGI facility is now closed.  Since our DNA Technologies Core operates the latest generation of sequencers (HiSeq3000/4000),  which offers a 7 times increased throughput compared to the previous generation, our Core is now taking on also large sequencing projects. The DNA Technologies Core is offering all the services previously provided by the BGI@UCDavis. In addition we offer many specialized services and support for custom sequencing projects.


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