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epistatic 01-31-2012 11:06 AM

AmpliSeq vs TruSeq custom amplicon
I have three genes that I want to capture and sequence in an initial 250 patient samples. I wanted to do a comparison between Illumina's new custom amplicon/golden gate and Ion Torrent's AmpliSeq.

It looks best to wait until they launch in March. Fair enough rules for early access?

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Elcannibal 01-31-2012 02:06 PM

Interesting... reminds me of old Taqman days... When it was time to actual licence things, AB would never get back to us or even transfer our demans properly. That being said, there are other sample prep solutions out there. Have you checked into the Access Array from fluidigm, there is a capital cost but if the sample size is high enough, the routine work becomes inexpensive.

Andrew_Slatter 02-16-2012 03:18 AM

We are launching our GenomePooling technology, that allows users to pool multiplexed tagged genomes of up to 384 samples, followed by region of interest extraction and NGS on any platform. Pooled genome libraries can be reused for subsequent extractions, thus removing the need for repeat sample preps.

If you are interested go to our website and contact us:

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