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  • lcollado
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    Hello,

    Great map!


    We have 1 GAII at UUSM from UNAM, Mexico.



    It's new for us, so the website is not complete right now, but at least there is the contact info.
    Greetings,
    Leonardo

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  • Laurence Game
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    Hi James, we have 1 GAII and 1 SOLiDv3. The Roche 454 was sent back!
    Laurence

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  • Yang Zheng
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    Please edit information of Beijing Genomics Institute

    Hi James,
    It's a great work you've done to integrate the information of sequencing centers world wide.
    For Beijing Genomics Institute in China, the headquater has moved to Shenzhen since May, 2007. We have 30 Illumina GAII, 1 ABI SOLiD, 1 Roche 454.

    Beijing Genomics Institute at Shenzhen
    Shenzhen, Guang Dong, China


    Thanks again for your effort.

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  • MarcoG
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    further sequencing devices

    Hello James,

    There are further 2nd Generation Sequencing devices.

    machines:
    2x GAIIx
    1x GS FLX

    address:
    Fritz Lipmann Institute
    Leibniz Institute for Age Research
    Genome Analysis
    Beutenbergstr. 11
    07745 Jena
    Germany

    URL:


    Cheers,

    Marco
    Last edited by MarcoG; 09-04-2009, 01:39 PM.

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  • dulcinea
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    addition

    There is one GAIIx at the University of Wisconsin - Madison

    University of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center Sequencing Facility
    425 Henry Mall, Madison, WI 53706

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  • DNAcowboy
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    Nice Work James, congratulation.

    Could you let us know the grand total number of instrument you have collected until now?

    I read recently this paper:

    (the whole paper can be found here: http://siliconinvestor.advfn.com/rea...msgid=25756735)
    which mentions 900 instrument worldwide. Are we there yet?
    Last edited by DNAcowboy; 08-13-2009, 02:19 AM. Reason: provide full link

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  • Jarretinha
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    Hi James and colleagues,

    Found this thread in my GenomeWeb feed. It's really a nice idea to see how this machines spread over the world. Do anyone know where I can find a Heliscope? By the way, I'm marking the next-gen seq center here in Brazil.

    LNCC - Laboratório Nacional de Computação Científica
    Av. Getulio Vargas, 333
    CEP 25651-075, Petrópolis, RJ - Brazil
    They have a 454.

    Instituto de Biologia
    Universidade Federal do Pará
    R. Augusto Corrêa, 1
    CEP 66075-110, Belém, PA - Brazil
    They have a SOLiD

    Centro Avançado de Tecnologias em Genômica
    Universidade de São Paulo
    Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, 748
    CEP 05508-000 São Paulo, SP - Brazil
    They have a 454.

    There are more of them here, but by now I was unable to track them down.

    Best,
    Daniel
    Last edited by Jarretinha; 08-12-2009, 03:18 PM.

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  • chrisamiller
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    Baylor College of Medicine is mislabeled on your map. It's in Houston, TX, not Waco (we're unaffiliated with Baylor University). Here's a map of the correct location:



    Thanks, and nice work.
    Last edited by chrisamiller; 08-12-2009, 12:10 PM. Reason: typo

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  • MichaelTippie
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    Please add Eureka Genomics as a site for Illumina GA II

    At Eureka Genomics we provide next generation sequencing services on an Illumina GA IIx as well as advanced bioinformatics analysis of next gen data using proprietary algorithms developed by our scientific founder, Dr. Yuriy Fofanov. We have worked for a variety of big pharma, biotech, government and academic researchers. Our next presentation is at the CHI Next Generation Sequencing Conference in Providence, RI on 9/23/09.

    In the US, we provide both sequencing and bioinformatics. In the rest of the world we partner with excellent local sequencing providors (e.g. Source Biosciences in the UK, GATC in Germany, Genotypic in India) who do the next gen sequencing and then we perform the bioinformatics analysis.

    Best regards,


    Michael Tippie
    VP, Business Development
    Eureka Genomics
    750 Alfred Nobel Dr.
    Hercules, CA 94547
    510-964-0461 (w)
    425-830-5805 (cell)

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  • MU Core
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    Addition

    Hello James,

    We are a core facility with one GAIIx.

    DNA Core Facility
    University of Missouri
    216 Bond Life Sciences Center
    Columbia, MO 65211

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  • vialea
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    addition

    Hi James
    Please add Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (New York,zip code 10065).The Genomics Core Lab has a 454 and a SOLiD.
    Thanks

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  • dkoboldt
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    James,

    I should point out that the markers for WashU are incorrectly located in Seattle, WA (where the Univ. of Seattle is located).

    The Genome Center at Washington University is in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Address: 4444 Forest Park Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108 USA.

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  • Terry V
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    Volunteer nr 1

    Hi James, although I do not have the capacity to come up with a better tool than GoogleMaps (when it comes to computer tools, I am completely dependant on what exists already), but I would be more than happy to take the burden of collecting everything out of your hands. I would be really motivated to expand and complete this thing!

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  • james hadfield
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    Hi Everyone,
    Several people have contated me about this post and asked to be added as collaborators so they can add facilities. I am more than happy to do this or let go and pass this resource onto someone elses more capable hands. Any volunteers?
    I know there are loads of better user created and editable maps out there for other applications so it can be done better. However I will update and manage this creation until something better comes along.
    Thanks for the positive response.
    James.

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  • Terry V
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    Great stuff! Im gonna try and create a Google account, cuz I got some more centres to add. Could this be the start of a medical sequencing consortium?

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