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Old 07-14-2010, 01:33 PM   #1
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Default GAIIx versus HiSeq Libraries

We currently have a GAIIx but are upgrading to the HiSeq. Today I noticed that the HiSeq library prep kit is over $500 more than the old paired end library kit. Does anyone know what the difference is? Will my old libraries work on the new cBot?
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I'm not sure, cause I didn't have much experience in library construction, but there's no big changes between GA2 and Hiseq, just add one flowcell access and more efficient in flowcell itself, so I suppose the old one could be work, not so sure~~
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They told me the library kits work the same. The cBot cluster kit is different from the old cluster station though (and more expensive, how surprising).
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