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  • Does anyone have a comparison table of latest NGS tech?

    Hi all

    I was wondering if anyone had or knew a reference to a table comparing the brief specs of current platforms. It all changes so fast and I know there are some out there I know nothing about. Ive been to all of the major-player's websites but it would be nice to see a simplified chart!

    Thanks

  • #2
    Reference table of platforms and manufacturer listed reads

    We have a reference table of platforms and manufacturer listed reads / unit. Unit being flow cell lane, chip, PTP, SMRT cell.

    https://genohub.com/next-generation-...g-guide/#reads


    - Genohub

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    • #3
      Thanks. I was also looking for info regarding sample prep, read-length too, that kind of thing but thanks for your link!

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      • #4
        Shop by project

        You can use this page to enter a sample project:
        https://genohub.com/shop-by-next-gen...ncing-project/

        and then filter by read length (min and max) and platform type. It's not a table of read lengths, but it will give you an idea of services/platforms available at the read length you're looking for.

        Are you trying to purchase a platform or looking to find a sequencing service that meets a project's needs?

        - Genohub

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        • #5
          the ngs field guide:
          http://www.molecularecologist.com/ne...eldguide-2013/
          I like it as it is updated every year. (so far)

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          • #6
            [Warning: semi-commercial post]

            The AllSeq Knowledge Bank (formerly BlueSEQ) is a neutral and fairly comprehensive compilation of the information that you're looking for: platform performance specs (output, runtime, read length, etc). We also include a subjective assessment of how well the various platforms are matched to different applications.

            Here are the pages for the three main platforms that people seem to be using these days (but we have the rest as well):

            Illumina - http://www.allseq.com/knowledgebank/...orms/illumina/
            Ion Torrent - http://www.allseq.com/knowledgebank/...s-ion-torrent/
            PacBio - http://www.allseq.com/knowledgebank/...c-biosciences/

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            • #7
              Thats great, thanks do much for all of the replies!

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