Services

  • Sequencing:  From $2.50 per sample for ready to run on ABI 3730 sequencer.  Samples maybe submitted for various stages of sample preparation depending on your needs.  Single samples can be expensive but we will make every effort to keep prices low.
  • Genotyping:  From $2.50 per sample for ready to run on ABI 3730 sequencer.   Samples maybe submitted for various stages of sample preparation depending on your needs.  Single samples can be expensive but we will make every effort to keep prices low.
  • Extraction:  From $165.70 per 96 well plate.  We use an automated bead extraction protocol      which allows us to keep our prices per sample lower than column based extractions.
  • Quantification:  From $70 per 96 well plate.  This is done with a flourometer using PicoGreen for dsDNA.   A  NanoDrop 2000 is available for RNA and protein quantification.
  • PCR:  From $121.49 per 96 well plate.  Qualified technicians can set up PCR’s using established protocols or optimize them to suit your needs.  Multiplexing and pooling saves on downstream costs.
  • Post – PCR clean up:  From $25.59 per plate. Technicians are able to do a variety of methods to suit your needs.
  • Equipment Use:  From $70 per 48 samples on the ABI3730.  With 4 liquid handlers on-site, we can meet your liquid handling needs using tube to plate or plate to plate formats.
  • cherry pickCherry Picking/Sample selection:  $ 52.60 per plate – the reliable transfer of selected samples from up to 7 plates into designated wells on a single plate.  This eliminates the potential for human error and is much quicker than manual transfers.
  • slave daughter platesSlave/Daughter/Duplicate plates:  $44.28 for 5-24 plates – the repetitive transfer of samples from one plate into many is done accurately and in a time efficient manner.  This process eliminates the potential for human error and cross contamination of samples.
  • Database Management:  $30 per hour.  Our resident database administrator is able to help you with your data consolidation, analysis, and query needs.  NRDPFC has developed its own secure DNA data storage system that has mapping capabilities and is available on line.  This consolidates the various small, personal databases that get lost when the computer or employee moves on into an accessible format that is useful for years to come.

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