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Old 01-29-2015, 04:03 AM   #1
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Post Throughput of 3500 Genetic Analyzer from Applied Biosystems

I have a question regarding a '3500 Genetic Analyzer' (Applied Biosciences). We want to buy a sanger sequencing machine, but have no idea of what we should expect to get. Does anyone here has such a machine, or some insider information of what you can get out of this machine (in real life)?

We would be interested in the following information:

What does such a machine cost?
What is the read length you can get out?
How many molecules can I sequence in parallel?
What is the throughput per run?
What is the run time for one run?
How much would one run cost (chemicals, etc.)?

Thanks for your help!
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