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  • Giovanni20
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    Originally posted by Dornfield View Post
    I realize that this is replying to a very old Thread, but my understanding is that Wildfire was the clonal amplification technology applied to SOLiD, whereas Avalanche was the (same) technology applied on the Ion Torrent platform.

    From what I can see, it all went very quiet with these clonal amp technologies several years ago: have they died the death? I recall seeing some user* application of Wildfire on the SOLiD 5500W - with the W presumably being 'Wildfire'? - *Audrey Papp, The Ohio State University.
    Cluster shape and intensities were super.
    Last edited by Giovanni20; 12-14-2021, 02:09 PM.

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  • seqitall
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    Hi - Any chance someone has raw images (i.e. tiffs) from a 5500W? Curious to learn more about cluster size, shape, intensities from template walking.

    Thanks!

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  • Dornfield
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    I realise that this is replying to a very old Thread, but my understanding is that Wildfire was the clonal amplification technology applied to SOLiD, whereas Avalanche was the (same) technology applied on the Ion Torrent platform.

    From what I can see, it all went very quiet with these clonal amp technologies several years ago: have they died the death? I recall seeing some user* application of Wildfire on the SOLiD 5500W - with the W presumably being 'Wildfire'? - *Audrey Papp, The Ohio State University.

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  • Michael L. Altshuler
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    Sorry, I have forgotten that Wildfire is matched to Solid instruments and has been available for some time.

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  • Michael L. Altshuler
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    Innovated clonal amplification

    Hi Colleagues,

    I wonder what is the difference between Avalanche and Wildfire methods of generation clones from single molecules? They seem to be synonyms.
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