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Genohub 01-15-2014 08:21 PM

NextSeq 500 and HiSeq X Ten Services Coming Soon to Genohub.com
 
UPDATE - 3/4/14...HiSeq X Ten Services are now available on Genohub.com The “$1K”, 30X Whole Human Genome is now available for $1,400: https://genohub.com/shop-by-next-gen...40d2426c708472

UPDATE - 4/22/14...NextSeq 500 Services can now be ordered on Genohub.com: https://genohub.com/shop-by-next-gen...711e4cefafe42d

Blog Posts:

100 Gb of Data per Day - Nextseq 500 Sequencing Services now available on Genohub: http://blog.genohub.com/100-gb-of-da...le-on-genohub/

The $1k 30X Whole Human Genome is Now Available for $1,400: http://blog.genohub.com/the-1k-30x-w...able-for-1400/

GenoMax 01-16-2014 04:04 AM

Are you indicating that you would be in a position to re-allocate spare HiSeq X capacity (if such a thing exists)?

Discussions over in another thread seem to indicate arbitrary limits on what owner's can do (only human samples/genomes etc). Unless most of that is speculation and you know otherwise.

ymc 01-16-2014 01:38 PM

wow, so fast. u r a friend of broad, macrogen or garvan?

Genohub 01-16-2014 02:00 PM

Yes, we are able to re-allocate spare HiSeq X capacity. There are several groups around the world needing to do WGS without the internal means or access. These projects are typically small to medium sized population studies. Access to a high throughput center can take a significant amount of time. We're in a unique position to understand both the demand and available capacity at several of these institutions.

We don't have concrete information on whether the limit on HiSeq X for WGS is arbitrary. I would venture to guess that the limit would eventually be lifted, even it's in the form of another flavor of instrument. I suspect the same for the minimum purchase requirement.

- Genohub


Quote:

Originally Posted by GenoMax (Post 129775)
Are you indicating that you would be in a position to re-allocate spare HiSeq X capacity (if such a thing exists)?

Discussions over in another thread seem to indicate arbitrary limits on what owner's can do (only human samples/genomes etc). Unless most of that is speculation and you know otherwise.


Genohub 01-16-2014 04:29 PM

Yes, we've already had discussions with one. Looking forward to speaking to the other 4 groups !

- Genohub

Quote:

Originally Posted by ymc (Post 129851)
wow, so fast. u r a friend of broad, macrogen or garvan?


ymc 01-17-2014 05:29 PM

I am more interested in NextSeq 500 service. Around what time do you think it will be available?

Genohub 02-21-2014 11:58 AM

HiSeq X Ten services available
 
Happy to announce that we can take pre-orders for the HiSeq X Ten. 30X whole human genome sequencing with a start date of April. Expecting the NextSeq 500 service to become available in April too, not taking pre-orders for that right now.
Contact us if you're ready.

- Genohub

ymc 02-21-2014 07:47 PM

Are there any new claimants of HiSeq X Ten?

AllSeq 02-22-2014 01:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ymc (Post 133440)
Are there any new claimants of HiSeq X Ten?

So far there have been six HiSeq X Ten customers. Here they are in order of purchase (with the first three coming in at the initial announcement).

Broad Institute - Cambridge, US
Garvan Institute - Sydney, Australia
Macrogen (and US subsidiary Axeq) - Seoul, S. Korea and Rockville, MD
New York Genome Center - NY
deCODE genetics - Iceland (presumably)
Novogene - Beijing, China

Illumina has stated that they could install five systems in 2014, but that 'maybe' they could optimize supply chains to get more done if there were the demand.

It's unlikely that all six of these HiSeq X Ten owners will accept outside samples, but we're working with those that are so that you'll be able to access this service via AllSeq. But note that the providers will probably set some minimum sample limits and they're likely to charge more than $1000 for the '$1000 genome' ;-)

Genohub 03-04-2014 09:44 AM

The “$1K”, 30X Whole Human Genome is now available for $1,400 on Genohub.com

You can order today: https://genohub.com/shop-by-next-gen...40d2426c708472

- Genohub

AllSeq 03-04-2014 05:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AllSeq (Post 133484)
So far there have been six HiSeq X Ten customers. Here they are in order of purchase (with the first three coming in at the initial announcement).

Broad Institute - Cambridge, US
Garvan Institute - Sydney, Australia
Macrogen (and US subsidiary Axeq) - Seoul, S. Korea and Rockville, MD
New York Genome Center - NY
deCODE genetics - Iceland (presumably)
Novogene - Beijing, China

The growing list of HiSeq X Ten owners is here: http://allseq.com/x-ten

Genohub 04-22-2014 09:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ymc (Post 130027)
I am more interested in NextSeq 500 service. Around what time do you think it will be available?

Hi ymc,

Nextseq 500 services can be ordered today on Genohub.com. You'll get data back in 3-4 business days: https://genohub.com/shop-by-next-gen...711e4cefafe42d

- Genohub


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