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    I have a customer that wants to re-sequence 24 different bacterial genomes. What would be a reasonable level of multiplexing on GS Jr assuming an average genome size of 5-6 Mb and optimal (from your experience) for resequencing coverage depth?

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    A coverage depth of 15-20x in our hands on a FLX+ is more then enough for a 2Mb bacterial genome. More coverage didn't lead to less contigs.

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