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  • ScottC
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    I'd like to post an update that Micromon at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, now operates the MiSeq as a service, in addition to our other Illumina instrumentation.

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  • miss_shell
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    Geneservice in the Uk is now called Source Bioscience, but the link posted takes you to the right site

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  • kamichailo
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    Expression Analysis' equipment list needs to be updated. 3 Hi-Seq, 2GAII, 4 Ion Torrent, 2 PacBio RS

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  • winghy
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    Shanghai Biotechnology Corporation (China). Hiseq 2000, GAIIx, SOLiD 5500, 454.

    http://www.ebioservice.com/eng/produ...id=84&pcid=141

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  • cvr
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    DNA Sequencing Facility
    Department of Biochemistry
    University of Cambridge

    454 FLX Titanium, 454 FLX Plus, 454 GS Junior, Illumina MiSeq
    http://www.bio.cam.ac.uk/~pflgroup/D...ity/index.html

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  • sudsf16
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    Selah Genomics - EnGenCore at University of South Carolina
    Illumina MiSeq
    Ion Torrent PGM
    Ion Proton
    Pacific Biosciences PacBio RS
    Roche 454 FLX Titanium, FLX+
    Last edited by sudsf16; 03-28-2013, 10:59 AM. Reason: update location and instrumentation

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  • EdgeBio
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    Can you please update our instruments to SOLiD, Ion Torrent PGM, and Informatics.

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  • twaddlac
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    University of Pittsburgh GPCL

    Solid/454
    Informatics

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  • Findus
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    Very useful list, thanks!

    I took the liberty and updated info on our services in Uppsala, Sweden.
    We've got 3 x SOLiD 5500 XL, 2x 3730 XL for Sanger's and 2x PGM/Ion Torrent.
    (Academic service mainly).

    Cheers,
    Olga@Uppsala Genome Center

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  • GWNJ
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    GENEWIZ, the #1 provider of Sanger DNA sequencing services, now offers Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) services, as well as custom bioinformatics solutions. Operating with Illumina and Life Technologies platforms, GENEWIZ has capabilities to meet all of your NGS project needs.

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  • Shreyas
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    Next Generation Genomics at very low price INDIA Bangalore

    Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), is a Dept. of Biotechnology (Govt. of India) initiative, and is a part of the Bangalore Bio-cluster. They currently have the following platforms:

    * Imaging

    * Flow Cytometry

    * Next Generation Sequencing/Genomics

    * High Throughput Screening

    * Protein Technology Core

    * Transgenic Fly Facility

    * Molecular Characterisation Proteomics

    Visit the Website www.ccamp.res.in

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  • mnandita
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    Genotypic Technologies (Bangalore, India)

    Genotypic Technologies, Bangalore, India


    Illumina GA IIx
    Ion Torrent
    SoLID
    (454, HiSeq outsources)
    Analysis

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  • 454Lover
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    Research and Testing Laboratory - Lubbock, TX
    website: www.researchandtesting.com
    email: [email protected]

    454 FLX Titanium and Titanium Plus, Ion Torrent, Bio-Mark, LightCycler 480
    Bioinformatics and Biostatistics

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  • greally
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    Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York


    Illumina HiSeq 2000, MiSeq.

    Primary data analysis included in cost.

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  • Bardj
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    Originally posted by ECO View Post
    Just wanted to update this thread to say that the wiki memory issues have hopefully been addressed, so if you had problems adding a tool or service lab please try it again!

    Eric (and Dan who did most of the troubleshooting! )
    Seems have to have been fixed, i was able to add our lab a bit earlier today! Thanks very much for hosting this list and site!

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