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Old 02-15-2010, 04:34 AM   #1
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Default Run price for 454 ?

Any idea of whats the usual price for a run on a 454?
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Depends on number of samples (also WGS or paired-end) but 2 samples and 1 run would probably cost you between about 7000-9,000 UK pounds or $7000-$9000 US dollars.
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Depends on number of samples (also WGS or paired-end) but 2 samples and 1 run would probably cost you between about 7000-9,000 UK pounds or $7000-$9000 US dollars.

7000-9,000 UK pounds converts to $16,420-$21,150 US dollars according to Google...

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Old 03-17-2010, 09:37 AM   #4
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Yeah, I probably didn't make myself clear. In the UK we are used to paying a pretty standard conversion of 1 = $1 for anything electronic or technical. So a camera costing $599 in the US will probably cost 599. Various discussions with Americans about sequencing leads me to conclude we are equally screwed when it comes to the cost of sequencing!
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So anyway, what do you pay for a plate of 454, out of interest?
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So anyway, what do you pay for a plate of 454, out of interest?
The numbers quoted above seem reasonable to me. (The pounds ones, not the dollar ones.)

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I paid about 11500 US dollars (for two samples/one run, GS FLX, Titanium) four months ago.
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