- Illumina NovaSEQ6000
- Illumina HiSeq4000
- Illumina NextSEQ500
- PacBio Sequel
- 10X Genomics
- Takara iCell8cs (Q1 2019)
- Illumina IScan
- Affymetrix GeneChip scanner
- Applied Biosystems 3730xl
The Genomics Facility welcomes the NovaSeq 6000: The NovaSEQ combines 2 color SBS chemistry (as on NextSEQ) with the nanowell patterned flow cell (as on HiSEQ4000). There are four flow cell options available, SP, S1, S2, and the S4 which yield wise roughly equal 2, 4, 9 and 25 lanes on the HiSEQ4000 / NextSEQ, respectively]. While the flowcells basically represent single lane flowcells there is a way to split the SP, S1 and S2 flowcells into 2 lanes and the S4 flowcells into 4 lanes (extra cost though). The Facility has tested Whole Genome sequencing on the NovaSeq as well as RNA-SEQ libraries and other samples. The Facility will be happy to discuss whether the NovaSEQ is right for you!!
The University of Chicago Genomics Facility offers Next-Gen (Illumina and Pacific Biosciences Sequencing and Library prep), Micro-array (Illumina genotyping and EPIC arrays), Sanger DNA Sequencing, and Bio-analyzer/Fragment-analyzer sample QC services. For Single Cell sequencing project the Facility operates a DROP-SEQ and 10X Genomics instrument. Please click on the links for more information about pricing, sample preparation, submission process, and project timelines. If you would like to inquire about services not listed above, please email Dr. Faber.
Acknowledgement of core facility contributions in publications is appreciated.
Cancer center members should cite the Cancer Center Support Grant (P30 CA014599) when publishing any work assisted by this core facility.
Sample acknowledgment language:
We thank The University of Chicago Genomics Facility (RRID:SCR_019196) especially [staff name], for their assistance with [service name].