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  • #76
    Hello All -
    I'm a GS-FLX/454 user - so don't know about SOLiD or Illumina/Solexa sites.
    However, there are currently 9 sites in Canada with the Roche machines. In addition to the previously mentioned Genome Quebec/McGill (Montreal), Sick Kids/TCAG (Toronto) and BC Genome Science groups, there are machines at the Natl Micro Lab (Winnipeg, MB), University of Guelph (Guelph, ON), University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, SK), McMaster University (Hamilton, ON), Alberta (I think), and our instrument (OAHPP, also in Toronto).
    Although our infrastructure doesn't support commercial/fee-for-service genome sequencing, we are eager to collaborate with other Canadians. So, if you have a project, perhaps we can help.
    Regards,
    David

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    • #77
      Hi Eco,

      Hope you are well. how can we update this great spreadsheet you put together of the List of Next Gen Sequencing Service Providers ?

      Thanks,
      -Faye

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      • #78
        Hi Faye!

        I'm definitely behind on updating the above list, apologies to the community. We could port it to the wiki so multiple people can edit it? I try to go through the thread and update the data in the first post, but clearly that's been inefficient.

        Will update now.

        -=Eric

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        • #79
          Add them to the Google map! Simple a that.
          James.

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          • #80
            Dear all,

            I would like to mention that we recently established genomic sequencing core facility at the New Mexico State University (Biology Department). We have Roche 454 GS-FLX machine installed and currently have very little, if any, of backlog. We also provide bioinformatics services and preliminary data analysis. More information could be found here http://biology.nmsu.edu/

            Thanks!

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            • #81
              Commercial vs. Academic Centers

              Originally posted by dca View Post
              Hello All -
              I'm a GS-FLX/454 user - so don't know about SOLiD or Illumina/Solexa sites.
              However, there are currently 9 sites in Canada with the Roche machines. In addition to the previously mentioned Genome Quebec/McGill (Montreal), Sick Kids/TCAG (Toronto) and BC Genome Science groups, there are machines at the Natl Micro Lab (Winnipeg, MB), University of Guelph (Guelph, ON), University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, SK), McMaster University (Hamilton, ON), Alberta (I think), and our instrument (OAHPP, also in Toronto).
              Although our infrastructure doesn't support commercial/fee-for-service genome sequencing, we are eager to collaborate with other Canadians. So, if you have a project, perhaps we can help.
              Regards,
              David
              ECO,
              Thanks, I started to do this myself this week and then thought someone must have done it already. Thus this is my first day and first post to SeqAnswers.

              I think David's comment that the listed Canadian centers don't have a mandate to support commercial/fee-for-service genome sequencing indicates a clear need for that column in your table of centers. Clearly companies like Complete Genomics is 'For-Profit' as are Ambry Genetics or Eureka Genomics to name a few. On the flip side, many of the centers listed are academic, like the Canadian centers, and may only actually be able to take samples from their associated university.

              I'd be happy to help edit the list of commercial companies if you go to the wiki idea.

              John
              Last edited by JClouston; 05-05-2010, 09:25 AM. Reason: signature did not get applied to post.
              John Clouston
              Real Time Genomics Inc.

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              • #82
                Many academic centers will take all comers, so please don't just filter on for profit vs academic.

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                • #83
                  Updated...!

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                  • #84
                    So I just ported this updated data to the wiki.

                    Next_Gen_Sequencing_Service_Providers

                    Please feel free to add new locations, if anyone has trouble with wiki-markup we can probably add a form to enable insertion of new data.

                    Discuss any wiki problems, etc in the Wiki Forum.

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                    • #85
                      The Google map of next-gen seqeuncers has more than 1000 instruments! We are getting close to Jay Flatley's 1500 figure so thanks to everyone for contributing.

                      James and Nick.

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                      • #86
                        Illumina GAIIx Core, OH

                        Dear All,

                        The Nucleic Acid Shared Resource (NASR) Illumina GAIIx Core from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center –Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.

                        NASR provides single-read and long- and short-insert, paired-end reads for genome sequencing, transcriptome analysis, and gene regulation and epigenetic profiling.

                        http://cancer.osu.edu/research/cance...ges/index.aspx

                        Regards,

                        María Katherine Mejia-Guerra

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                        • #87
                          Greetings all. Centrillion Biosciences is offering Illumina sequencing and bioinformatics support. We can also do the upfront library work, target enrichment, RNA work, etc. I am happy to talk with anyone about their project.

                          Please email me or give me a call.
                          thanks!
                          Bob

                          Robert A. Feldman, Ph.D.
                          VP Scientific Affairs
                          Centrillion Biosciences
                          110 Pioneer Way, Suite F
                          Mountain View, CA 94041

                          ph: 831-818-4505
                          fax: 650-318-3383

                          http://www.centrillionbio.com

                          [email protected]

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                          • #88
                            Expression Analysis

                            Expression Analysis will become Pacific Biosciences 1st commercial service provider and their recommended service provider for the pharmaceutical industry. The instrument is scheduled to ship in the 4th quarter.

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                            • #89
                              Xcelris Labs in india www.xcelrislabs.com, SOLiD 454, GAII

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                              • #90
                                Easih

                                The Eastern Sequence amd Informatic Hub (EASIH), Cambridge University, situated at Addenbrookes hospital has just opened for business. We have 3 SOLid, one GAIIx and a 454.

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