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Old 04-05-2011, 05:03 AM   #1
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Default Flow cell modifications ?

Hello,
Does anybody knows if there were some changes in the lengths and / or sequences of the primers attached to the Hiseq flow cells between version V.1 (ref : 15011379) and V1.5 (ref: 15020980) ?
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The lane width of version V.1 is 1.7mm, v1.5 is 1.8mm, but the valid width is the same.
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It's my understanding that the manufacturing process was modified to improve clustering (more consistent primer coating, and elimination of edge effects) but that the primer sequences are unchanged.
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