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Old 01-09-2013, 01:59 PM   #1
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Default RNA-seq, fast turnaround needed

I need to do a couple of transcriptomes but can't wait two months. Who is doing the job within a 4-week frame? -while keeping prices below outrageous of course-

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Hi DNA Sorcerer, we can do it in your timeframe. Please contact me at carlhslee@gmail.com

we are also located in Canada.

RNA seq can be done using total RNA (we can prepare cDNA etc...)

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Old 01-09-2013, 02:45 PM   #3
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I recormend the iPlant cyberinfrastruture for analysis. They have the Tuxedo2 protocol intergrated into a user friendly graphical interface that links to some supercomputer clusters in Arazona and Texas. This allows the analysis to be performed on the 'cloud' and therefore takes a fraction of the time compared to local computers and conventional university clusters. Its free and the almost limitless data store is itself pretty useful, so check out their website...
http://www.iplantcollaborative.org/
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Thanks Richard, looks like a great resource, bookmarked.

In this case I meant the actual sequencing service.
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Ooops, i see...
I used the University of Wisconsin's biotechnilogy center, they had a fast turn around and produced high quality data...
http://www.biotech.wisc.edu/facilities/dnaseq/home
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