Next Generation Sequencing Sample Submission Guidelines - Resources (2023)

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Interactive Sample Submission Guidelines

Direct Shipping:

Please use an overnight delivery service such as DHL for all NGS samples. A printout of the confirmed quote must be included with the material.


All direct shipments should be sent to:

European Customers (non-UK):

ATTN: NGS LAB
Katja Zunkel
GENEWIZ Germany GmbH
Bahnhofstrasse 86
04158 Leipzig
Germany

(Video) 1) Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) - An Introduction

UK Customers:

ATTN: NGS LAB
William Hart
GENEWIZ UK Ltd
Hope End, Takeley
Essex, CM22 6TA
United Kingdom

In case of any queries regarding NGS sample submission, please contact our Customer Service Team at DNASeqUK@azenta.com or call 01279 873 837.

(Video) Next Generation Sequencing 2: Illumina NGS Sample Preparation - Eric Chow (UCSF)

If you need technical support, please contact us at ngs.europe@azenta.com or call +49 (0)341 520 122-41.

DNA can be concentrated free of charge via SpeedVacTM. Additional charges will apply for concentration via column or other methods.

Whole Genome Sequencing / Low-Pass WGS / Shotgun Sequencing

  • Sample Type: Genomic DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8-2.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >1.5 µg, >20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount: 500 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Single-Cell ATAC-Seq

  • Sample Type: Cryopreserved single-cell suspension according to Azenta-supplied protocol, submitted induplicate
  • Recommended Quantity: >1Mcells in 1 mL
  • Minimum Amount:100,000 cells in 500 µL (Note:1E6cells arerequiredfor dead cell removal)
  • Buffer: Cryopreservation media (e.g. cell culture mediasupplemented with 20% FBS and 10% DMSO)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

ChIP-Seq

  • Sample Type: ChIP DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD 260/280): 1.8-2.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >50 ng
  • Minimum Amount: 10 ng
  • DNA Fragment Length: 100-800 bp; 200-300 bp (Main peak)
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, BE, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Agilent SureSelect Exome Enrichment Kit, OncoGxOne™ Discovery Cancer Panels and TargetGxOne™ Gene Enrichment

  • Sample Type: Genomic DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8-2.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >1.5 µg, >20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount: 500 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Custom TargetGxOne™ Amplicon Sequencing

  • Sample Type: Genomic DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8-2.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >1 µg, >20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount: 100 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

16S MetaVx™ Panels/ITS 2

  • Sample Type: Genomic DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8-2.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >1 µg, >20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount: 100 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Pre-Made Sequencing Libraries

  • Recommended Quantity: >15 nM
  • Volume: ≥20 ul
  • Resuspension Buffer: Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

genoTYPER-NEXT

  • Sample Type (Preferred): Fresh/frozen cell pellet
  • Recommended Quantity:≥106 cells
  • Required Quantity:≥3x104cells
  • Shipment Method:Dry ice
  • Sample Type:Genomic DNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8-2.0, RNA-Free
  • Recommended Quantity:>1.5µg, >20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount:500 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer:Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method:Dry ice

Amplicon-EZ

  • Sample Type: Purified PCR Products
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280):1.8-2.0
  • Concentration:20 ng/µl
  • Minimum Amount:500 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer:Water, EB, or low TE (<0.1 mM EDTA)
  • Shipment Method:Room temperature/blue ice/dry ice

We now offer RNA Stabilization Tubes. Ship RNA safely at ambient temperature. Download the information sheet. Contact us to receive a free trial.

Standard/Strand-Specific RNA-Seq & Immuno-Profiling

  • Sample Type: Total RNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/OD280): 1.8-2.2
  • Recommended RIN: ≥6.0
  • Recommended Quantity: >2 µg, >50 ng/µl
  • Minimum Quantity: 500 ng
  • Resuspension Buffer: Nuclease-free water
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Small RNA-Seq

  • Sample Type: Total RNA (containing small RNA) in nuclease-free water, on dry ice
  • Sample Purity (OD260/OD280): 1.8-2.2, DNA-free, ≥ 50 ng/μL, 50 ng/μL
  • Recommended RIN: ≥6.0
  • Recommended Quantity: Total RNA: ≥2 µg, >50 ng/µl, purified small RNA: >50 ng, >5 ng/µl
  • Resuspension Buffer: Nuclease-free water
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Ultra-Low Input RNA-Seq

Cell number and buffer clearly indicated in Azenta Sample Submission Form

(Video) Nextera XT: Sample Preparation and Usage

  • Sample Type: Cells in solution or small amounts of total RNA
  • Recommended Quantity: >1,000 cells/sample in Trizol or 20 ng of total RNA
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

Single-Cell RNA-Seq & Single-Cell Immuno-Profiling

  • Sample Type: Frozen cell suspension according to Azenta-supplied protocol, submitted in duplicate. Methanol-fixed cells are also accepted.
  • Sample Viability: >90% post-thaw
  • Recommended Quantity: >1M cells in 1 mL
  • Minimum Quantity: 50,000 cells in 500 µL
  • Resuspension Buffer: Appropriate cryopreservation media (e.g., cell culture media supplemented with 20% FBS and 10% DMSO)
  • Shipment Method: Dry Ice overnight

High-Throughput Gene Expression (HT-GEx) Screening

  • Recommended Quantity: Frozen cell lysates, 5000 - 20,000 cells in 15µl of lysis buffer
  • Recommended Lysis Buffer: QIASeq UPX Cell Lysis Buffer (#333076) or equivalent
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice
  • Sample Container: PCR-clean 96-well PCR-plate -80°C dry-ice resistant and foil sealed
  • Sample Type:
  • Cell lysate
  • Purified RNA (please contact us for details)

PacBio Iso-Seq

  • Sample Type: Total RNA
  • Sample Purity (OD260/280): 1.8 - 2.2
  • Recommended RIN: ≥9.0
  • Recommended Quantity: ≥2µg
  • Recommended Volume: 10 - 20µL
  • Shipment Method: Dry ice

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Olink Proteomics®

Sample Preparation:

  • Recommended Quantity: 30µl - 100µl at 0.5 µg/µL – 1.0 µg/µL of total protein concentration
  • Minimum Amount: 20µl
  • Shipping Method:Dry ice
  • Sample Container:PCR-clean tubes or 96-well PCR plate -80°C dry-ice resistant and easily resealable
  • Sample Type:EDTA-plasma, interstitial fluids, cell lysate, microdialysis fluids, microvesicles, citrate-plasma, dried blood spots, synovial fluids, final needle biopsies, urine, saliva, tissue lysates, serum, cebrospinal fluids, cell culture media, heparin-plasma, plaque extracts

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All extractions are performed to best of Azenta’s ability and the Client is charged for work performed regardless of outcome. Additional charges for procurement of kits may apply for select extractions. Please Note:We do not accept samples above BSL 2 and we require prior notification for pathogenic samples.

FFPE Samples

  • Recommended Quantity: ≥4 FFPE slides recommended
  • Minimum Quantity: 2 FFPE slides
  • Thickness: 5µm-20 µm
  • Area: >150 mm2
  • Shipping Method: Room temperature/blue ice

Cell pellets

  • Recommended Quantity: 106 cells
  • Minimum Quantity: 104 cells
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice

Fresh Frozen Tissue

  • Recommended Quantity: 10 mg
  • Minimum Quantity: 2 mg
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice

Viral Particles

  • Recommended Quantity: >1 mL supernatant
  • Viral Titer: >5x109 cells/mL
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice

Whole Blood

  • Recommended Quantity: 2 tubes/sample
  • Recommended Volume (DNA Extraction): 500 µl/tube
  • Minimum Volume (DNA Extraction): 200 µl/tube
  • Recommended Volume (RNA Extraction): 2.5 mL (whole blood, PAXgene Blood RNA Tube)
  • Shipping Method: Fresh: Blue ice, frozen: Dry ice

Plasma/Serum

  • Recommended Quantity: 2 tubes/sample
  • Recommended Volume: 10 mL/tube
  • Minimum Volume: 5 mL/tube
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice

Stool

  • Recommended Quantity: 100 mg
  • Minimum Quantity: 50 mg
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice/blue ice

Saliva

  • Recommended Quantity: 1 mL
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice/blue ice

Soil

  • Recommended Quantity: 100 mg
  • Minimum Quantity: 50 mg
  • Shipping Method: Room temperature/blue ice

Water

  • Recommended Volume: 100 mL
  • Minimum Volume: 20 mL
  • Shipping Method: Room temperature

Swab

  • Recommended Quantity: 2 tubes/sample. 1 swap/tube
  • Shipping Method: Room temperature

Fixed Needle Core Biopsy

  • Recommended Quantity: 4 biopsies
  • Minimum Quantity: 1 biopsy
  • Recommended Diameter: 1-2 mm diameter; >5 mm in length
  • Shipping Method: Room temperature/blue ice

Snap Frozen Needle Core Biopsy

  • Recommended Quantity: 10 mg
  • Minimum Quantity: 3 mg
  • Shipping Method: Dry ice

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Azenta performs QC free of charge with results reported within 24 – 48 hours.

DNA* RNA Pre-Made Libraries
TapeStation

Qubit Assay


*For High Molecular Weight DNA, gel electrophoresis will also be performed.

For questions on submitting other, or less than ideal sample types, please contact our Project Management team to discuss further as we may be able to proceed with your project.

Phone: +49 (0)341 520 122-41

Email: NGS.europe@azenta.com

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FAQs

How do I send samples to Genewiz? ›

Shipping Instructions

GENEWIZ Drop Box or Fridge - Place your samples and a copy of your order form in a GENEWIZ drop box or fridge before the cut-off time. Call 1-877-436-3949 for your nearest GENEWIZ drop-off location. GENEWIZ Courier Service - Request for courier pickup if available at your location.

How many reads needed for NGS? ›

We generally recommend allocating a minimum of 5-10x the number of reads per the number of cells in the sample. Therefore, for a sample containing 100,000 cells, a minimum of 500,000 reads should be allocated.

How do you send DNA samples for sequencing? ›

Packing and Shipping

Place your DNA or RNA sample in a 1.5 or 2 mL screw cap microcentrifuge tube and seal with Parafilm. Pack the tube in a freezer box, 50 mL conical vial or some other method to protect it from breaking. Place into a thermo-stable shipping box. We recommend the Styrofoam be at least 1.5 inches thick.

What are the three steps in sample preparation? ›

There are three steps in sample preparation for chemical analysis of foods: sampling, homogeni- zation, and sample preparation (Fig. 1). The aim of each of the three steps is to increase the accuracy and precision of the analysis. At the same time, each step introduces inherent errors (Lichon 2004).

What are 3 basic steps used in NGS? ›

Next-generation sequencing involves three basic steps: library preparation, sequencing, and data analysis.

How much does Genewiz cost? ›

HIGH-THROUGHPUT GENE SYNTHESIS starting at $0.10/bp
DNA Length Per GenePrice
≤ 1.5 kb$0.10/bp
1.5 kb - 3 kb$0.15/bp
3 kb - 6 kb$0.18/bp
6 kb - 10 kb$0.21/bp
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How much DNA do I need for Illumina sequencing? ›

What quantity of DNA is recommended for library preparation? Illumina DNA Prep: A quantity of 25–200 ng in a volume of 10–30 ul is recommended for constructing a genomic DNA library with the Illumina DNA Prep Kit from human gDNA samples and other large complex genomes.

How do you ship RNA samples? ›

RNA samples should best be shipped on dry ice. Please only ship with courier services (FedEx, UPS, DHL). For longer transports (e.g. from South America) we also had very good success with RNA samples shipped dry at room temperature (after LiCL/ethanol precipitation and ethanol washes; see protocol below).

How many reads per sample do I need? ›

The number of reads required depends upon the genome size, the number of known genes, and transcripts. Generally, we recommend 5-10 million reads per sample for small genomes (e.g. bacteria) and 20-30 million reads per sample for large genomes (e.g. human, mouse).

How many sequencing reads do I need? ›

The number of reads required will depend on how sensitive the experiment needs to be for genes expressed at low levels. Detecting rarely expressed genes might require an increase in the depth of coverage. This tells us that each base in the genome will be sequenced between six and seven times on average.

How many reads for 30X coverage? ›

Coverage is a multiplier based on the total size of the genome (see below). For humans, 30x coverage can be achieved with 600 million reads of 150 bp (or 300M paired-end reads).

How much DNA should I send for sequencing? ›

Please prepare samples in 1.5 ml tubes or a 96-well plate according to our specifications (see below).

How many samples does DNA sequencing take? ›

The average sequencing project is between 12-48 samples, which typically takes 3-7 business days to fully complete under ideal circumstances.

Can you send PCR products for sequencing? ›

Sequencing uses only one primer instead of the two used in PCR. If you do not remove both primers, you will get two sequences superimposed on each other that are not readable. It is OK to use a PCR primer for sequencing as long as it matches our conditions.

Which 7 steps are involved in the sampling process? ›

There are six stages to choose sampling techniques.
...
  • Stage 1: Clearly Define Target Population. The first stage in the sampling process is to clearly define target population. ...
  • Stage2: Select Sampling Frame. ...
  • Stage 3: Choose Sampling Technique. ...
  • Stage 4: Determine Sample Size. ...
  • Stage 5: Collect Data. ...
  • Stage 6: Assess Response Rate.

What are the 5 steps to follow in sampling? ›

The five steps to sampling are:
  1. Identify the population.
  2. Specify a sampling frame.
  3. Specify a sampling method.
  4. Determine the sample size.
  5. Implement the plan.
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What are the 4 principles of sequencing? ›

The principles of sequencing content described by Print (1993 as cited in Edith Cowan University, 2001) are: Simple to complex, prerequisite learning, whole to part, and chronology. These four principles have become increasingly acceptable as the criteria for sequencing contents.

What are the 3 levels of NGS data analysis? ›

The NGS data analysis process includes three main steps: primary, secondary, and tertiary data analysis. Some steps are performed automatically on the sequencing instrument, while other steps occur after sequencing is completed.

What are the 4 steps of next-generation sequencing? ›

Figure 3: Next-Generation Sequencing Chemistry Overview—Illumina NGS includes four steps: (A) library preparation, (B) cluster generation,(C) sequencing, and (D) alignment and data analysis.

Is Genewiz a Chinese company? ›

GENEWIZ, headquartered in Plainfield, New Jersey, is a leading provider of gene sequencing and synthesis services for more than 4,000 institutional customers worldwide and is supported by their global network of laboratories spanning the United States, China, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom.

How much does NGS sequencing cost? ›

Examples of NGS Cost Per Sample
ApplicationEstimated Cost Per Sample
Targeted gene expression profiling$23 USD
16S metagenomic sequencing$18 USD

Who bought Genewiz? ›

Automation and cryogenics specialist Brooks Automation Inc. will increase its toehold in the life sciences industry with a $450 million all-cash acquisition of New Jersey-based GENEWIZ Group, a genomic services group.

How many samples are needed for RNA-seq? ›

Recommendations for RNA-seq experiment design

At least six replicates per condition for all experiments. At least 12 replicates per condition for experiments where identifying the majority of all DE genes is important.

How deep is enough in single cell RNA-seq? ›

So what depth is sufficient? One study showed that estimated expression levels from one million reads per cell strongly correlate with those from 10 million reads per cell4, suggesting that one million reads per cell may suffice.

How long can RNA samples be stored? ›

RNA is generally stable at -80° C for up to a year without degradation.

How do you store samples for RNA-seq? ›

The sample can then be stored at -20°C indefinitely (the tissue does not freeze), at 4°C for up to a month, or at 25°C for up to a week. Use RNAlater for storage without jeopardizing the quality or quantity of RNA obtained after subsequent RNA isolation. RNAlater can be added to cell pellets and even cells in medium.

How much does RNA-seq Cost per sample? ›

The Genomics CoLab carries out all standard 10x Genomics workflows for single cell RNA-seq, ATAC-seq or Multiome (scRNA+scATAC-seq) assays.
...
Library preparation.
Assay TypeCost for first sampleCost per Additional Sample (up to 8 total)
Combined Single Cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq$5,001$2,676
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How many samples is good enough? ›

A good maximum sample size is usually 10% as long as it does not exceed 1000. A good maximum sample size is usually around 10% of the population, as long as this does not exceed 1000. For example, in a population of 5000, 10% would be 500. In a population of 200,000, 10% would be 20,000.

Is a sample size of 30 enough? ›

A sample size of 30 is fairly common across statistics. A sample size of 30 often increases the confidence interval of your population data set enough to warrant assertions against your findings. 4 The higher your sample size, the more likely the sample will be representative of your population set.

How much sample size is enough for quantitative? ›

Summary: 40 participants is an appropriate number for most quantitative studies, but there are cases where you can recruit fewer users.

How many reads per sample for 16s? ›

For metagenomics samples, >100,000 reads per sample is sufficient to fully survey the bacterial composition. This number of reads allows for sample pooling to the maximum level of 96 libraries, given the MiSeq output of > 20 million reads.

What is a good sequencing depth? ›

A higher sequencing depth generates more informational reads, which increases the statistical power to detect differential expression also among genes with lower expression levels. For that reason, many published human RNA-Seq experiments have been sequenced with a sequencing depth between 20 M - 50 M reads per sample.

What is a good sequencing coverage? ›

For example, we typically see 100x to 200x coverage for bacterial whole genome sequencing runs. The level of coverage can be adjusted up or down, within the limits of the sequencing platform, by the number of samples run simultaneously in a single run (i.e. by the level of multiplexing).

How accurate is 30X whole genome sequencing? ›

The most comprehensive genetic test

At 30x coverage, Whole-Genome Sequencing is also much more accurate because every letter of the DNA is read on average 30 times. This generates a thousand-fold more information that is also more accurate, enabling more comprehensive reporting on traits and ancestry.

How much does it take to read 35 pages? ›

Answer: the average reader takes about 58.3 minutes to read 35 pages. A single-spaced page usually has around 500 words. The average person's reading speed is around 300 words per minute (WPM).

How is NGS coverage calculated? ›

coverage = (read count * read length ) / total genome size.

How tiny an amount of DNA is enough to analyze? ›

1. Collect a sample and extract its DNA. Scientists only need a tiny amount of DNA—around 100 micrograms—to construct a DNA profile from a crime scene sample. That's so little, a few cells from saliva on a straw will do.

Is 2% DNA shared a lot? ›

But there is great diversity in the amount of DNA shared between any two individuals with a particular relationship.
...
Average Percent DNA Shared Between Relatives.
RelationshipAverage % DNA SharedRange
2nd Cousin3.13%2% - 6%
2nd Cousin once removed Half second cousin1.5%0.6% - 2.5%
3rd Cousin0.78%0% - 2.2%
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What is the minimum amount of DNA needed for DNA analysis? ›

Typically, 1 ng to 1 μg of DNA is necessary, corresponding to the DNA amount of approximately 102 to 105 human cells. The DNA amount required for those genome analyses is at least 100-fold higher than the genome content of a single human cell (6 pg).

How do you prepare samples for sequencing? ›

The general steps for sample preparation are as follows:
  1. Step #1: Extract the genetic material. This is the first step in every sample preparation protocol. ...
  2. Step #2: Library preparation. ...
  3. Step #3: Amplification. ...
  4. Step #4: Purification and quality control.
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How long is a DNA sample good for? ›

In fact, after samples are collected, they are good for up to six months as long as the swabs are kept in a cool, dry place. It is easier and faster for a lab to extract DNA from a cheek swab than from blood.

What is the best sample for DNA testing? ›

The most common reference samples collected from known individuals are blood, oral/buccal swabs, and/or plucked hairs (e.g., head, pubic).

Is PCR required for NGS? ›

PCR techniques play an integral role in targeted NGS sequencing, allowing for the generation of multiple NGS libraries and the sequencing of multiple targeted regions simultaneously.

What are the 4 materials needed for PCR? ›

The key ingredients of a PCR reaction are Taq polymerase, primers, template DNA, and nucleotides (DNA building blocks). The ingredients are assembled in a tube, along with cofactors needed by the enzyme, and are put through repeated cycles of heating and cooling that allow DNA to be synthesized.

Which is important for preparing templates for next-generation sequencing? ›

Plasmid DNA Template Preparation For Automated Fluorescent Sequencing. For optimum results with automated fluorescent sequencing, plasmid template of sufficient quality and quantity must be supplied. The starting template DNA is the single most important determinant of the quality of the final sequencing data.

Do you need primers for Next Gen sequencing? ›

Since next-generation sequencing is relatively new, graduate students, medical students, pathology residents, and other physicians may benefit from a primer to provide a foundation about basic next-generation sequencing methods and applications, as well as specific examples where it has had diagnostic and prognostic ...

How do you prepare samples for Sanger sequencing? ›

Preparing a good template for sanger sequencing
  1. Isolating the DNA. Plasmid Preparation. ...
  2. Quantitation of template DNA. If you have enough template DNA, always determine its concentration by UV absorption. ...
  3. Diluting the template to the desired concentration.

What is sample preparation procedure? ›

Treatment is done to prepare the sample into a form ready for analysis by specified analytical equipment. Sample preparation could involve: crushing and dissolution, chemical digestion with acid or alkali, sample extraction, sample clean up and sample pre-concentration.

What is the most commonly used next-generation sequencing method? ›

Whole genome sequencing (WGS) is the most widely used form of NGS and refers to the analysis of the entire nucleotide sequence of a genome.

What is the biggest challenge for next-generation sequencing NGS? ›

Next-generation sequencing: 3 main challenges (& solutions!) in NGS sample preparation
  • Quantity.
  • Integrity.
  • Purity.
2 May 2018

What makes next-generation sequencing difficult? ›

In next-generation sequencing workflows, samples of low or variable quality can corrupt downstream processes such as library preparation and ultimately confound analysis. Samples should be assessed for crosslinks, breaks, the accumulation of single-stranded DNA, and other forms of damage.

Is one primer enough for sequencing? ›

Sequencing uses only one primer instead of the two used in PCR. If you do not remove both primers, you will get two sequences superimposed on each other that are not readable. It is OK to use a PCR primer for sequencing as long as it matches our conditions. Please see Primer Guidelines for more information.

How many primers are used in NGS? ›

NGS primers can be ordered if they make a group of at least 24 pieces of oligonucleotides, up to 99 nucleotides long, provided that the shortest and the longest sequence in the group differs by 15 nucleotides maximum.

What does 100X coverage mean? ›

Coverage, therefore, always describes a relationship between the number of reads and a reference region and can be expressed in terms of percentage or average coverage (e.g., 100X means that, on average, the target regions are covered by 100 reads).

How much DNA do I need for Sanger sequencing? ›

DNA Templates

Submit 5 μls of template per reaction, and at the following concentrations: 20 ng/μl for PCR products up to 400 bases. 40 ng/μl for PCR products 400-1000 bases.

How much does Sanger sequencing cost per sample? ›

$3.50 / sample

Do you need to do PCR before Sanger sequencing? ›

Before the PCR product is ready for Sanger sequencing, you must do one more thing, a PCR clean up step.

What are the 5 types of samples? ›

There are five types of sampling: Random, Systematic, Convenience, Cluster, and Stratified. Random sampling is analogous to putting everyone's name into a hat and drawing out several names. Each element in the population has an equal chance of occuring.

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