Sequencing and Genomic Technologies

Sequencing and Genomic Technologies

SERVICE UPDATE

January 8, 2021

The Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Core now offers single-cell multi-omics assays on the Tapestri Platform. This innovative platform analyzes genotype and phenotype simultaneously from the same single cells, which lets you reveal clonal heterogeneity and target comprehensive biomarkers.

tapestri platform for single cell multi omics assays

November 16, 2020

COVID-19: The COVID-19 pandemic is generating various supply chain issues for lab consumables, such as tips, 96-well plates and more recently, Illumina sequencing reagents (NovaSeq S-Prime flow cells, in particular). As a consequence, the turnaround time for some of our sequencing services may be impacted. We are doing our best to secure necessary supplies, and we thank you for your patience during these difficult times.

Reminder, the lab is located  at
Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology
Duke University
Chesterfield Bldg. 
701 W. Main Street
Suite 320
Durham NC 27701

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Next-Generation Sequencing Solutions
Illumina, PacBio, NGS Library preparation including single-cell RNA-seq

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The Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Shared Resource is a basic research oriented core facility affiliated with the Duke Cancer Institute (DCI). This Shared Resource has a track record more than a decade-long of providing constantly updated, state-of-the-art genomic services. The Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Shared Resource offers the full range of genomic technologies, making it much simpler for researchers to find the right service for their needs.

Director Nicolas Devos is available for face-to-face project consultations on campus in the CIEMAS building or at our new facility. 

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PUBLICATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

For all publications that include data generated in the Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Shared Resource, we kindly request that you acknowledge this support:

We thank the Duke University School of Medicine for the use of the Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Shared Resource, which provided _________ service.


Average Time in Queue

Client-Submitted Libraries Core-Created Libraries
MiSeq 2 weeks 3-4 weeks
NextSeq 10 days 3-4 weeks
NovaSeq 6000 full flow cells 10 days 3-4 weeks
Novaseq 6000 by the lane Dependent on how quickly a flow cell can be filled Dependent on how quickly a flow cell can be filled
PacBioSequel Not applicable 2 weeks

Announcements

January 8, 2021

The Sequencing and Genomic Technologies Core now offers single-cell multi-omics assays on the Tapestri Platform fo