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  • current read length of Solid and Solexa

    Hi,

    does everyone knows the current read length of Solid an Solexa?

    THX

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    current read length of Solid and Solexa

    the current max. read lengths for Illumina (formerly Solexa) HiSeq and MiSeq are 2x250 PE, I don't know about Solid.

    maria

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mastal View Post
      the current max. read lengths for Illumina (formerly Solexa) HiSeq and MiSeq are 2x250 PE, I don't know about Solid.

      maria
      2x250 is only possible on MiSeq currently.

      The HiSeq2000 (or HiSeq1000) have maximum read lengths of 2x100bp PE reads. If the instrument is a HiSeq2500 (or HiSeq1500) it can be run in two modes, High Output Mode which is identical to the HiSeq2000/1000, or Rapid Run Mode, in which case the read lengths can be up 2x150bp. The specs for the 2000/1000 are here and for the 2500/1500 here.

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      • #4
        Technically one could set up a single-end 500 bp run on the MiSeq (we had done a 300 bp single end run when MiSeq supported 2 x 150 bp). Not sure if that is possible with new MCS.

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