Ion Torrent PGM and Proton Next Generation Sequencing
|Library Preparation||Not Applicable||Please Inquire|
|PGM Sequencing – 314 Chip||400 – 700K||$530.00|
|PGM Sequencing – 316 Chip||2.0 – 3.5M||$690.00|
|PGM Sequencing – 318 Chip||3.0 – 5.0M||$850.00|
|Proton Sequencing – P1 Chip||60.0 – 80.0M||$750.00|
All Affymetrix GeneChips are available to us at special Boston Academic Consortium prices. Below we have listed the prices of some of the most commonly used arrays. The price includes arrays, reagents, processing, and basic gene-level data analysis. If you don’t see the array you are interested in, you can find out about the full catalog of arrays that are available from Affymetrix at their website (http://www.affymetrix.com/products/index.affx) and then talk with us to discuss pricing. If you are an industrial client, please inquire about our commercial prices. From start to finish, the sample labeling and hybridization takes about four days. Our charge for labor is competitive with other facilities and includes basic gene-level data analysis, a service unique to the Boston University Microarray Resource.
The links in the following table provide information on design – coverage, probe number, genes, and transcripts interrogated – for each array type listed.
Experimental Design and Data Analysis
In order to make sure that you get the most out of your microarray experiment, we provide users of the Microarray Resource with free data analysis assistance. This includes assistance with experimental design and statistical analysis, as well as access to software that allows sophisticated data mining and visualization.