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  • #31
    Originally posted by GenoMax View Post
    I doubt GW_OK is guaranteeing that volume of data for the price. If your libraries are good quality then that number is a guide to output you can expect.
    I think we all understand that. $4,100 for one flow cell is hard to beat though.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by GW_OK View Post
      Everybody's got their own overhead and pricing structure. When I was looking to offload excess work a while back I was getting quotes of up to $5k a lane(?!)



      I'm fairly certain I'm one of the, if not THE, cheapest cores around. We take all comers, but I'll have to go back and see what we're charging for-profits (if that's what your "non-academic" means)




      As Genomax mentioned, 60GB is not a guarantee, more of a guideline.



      I've had to turn away business before, which I hate doing (but when you're 4 months backlogged...) We're generally very accommodating for small projects. My in-house prices are cheaper, actually. What I posted is what you'd be charged as an academic researcher walking in to my core off the street. Hiseq is per lane, Rapids are per flowcell, Rapid Splits are per lane, Miseq is per flowcell (of course).



      Precisely.


      If you're interested in having some work done my contact info is on my (currently outdated) core website:
      http://omrf.org/research-faculty/cor...on-sequencing/
      Thanks for your follow up.

      Yeah. For me, it's for-profit. I think I can afford to pay a bit more than $4,100.

      Can you also tell us the turnaround time? For example, if I want to do six samples of SeqCap V3 exome on one Rapid PE100 flow cell, what is the expected turnaround time?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by ymc View Post
        Thanks for your follow up.

        Yeah. For me, it's for-profit. I think I can afford to pay a bit more than $4,100.

        Can you also tell us the turnaround time? For example, if I want to do six samples of SeqCap V3 exome on one Rapid PE100 flow cell, what is the expected turnaround time?
        Sent you a PM.

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