Sanger Sequencing

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Sequencing of Plasmids (mini-preps, maxi-preps, 4-15kb); PCR products; Large DNA (plasmids over ~20 kb, cosmids, lambda clones); Large DNA (P1 clones, BACs, bacterial genomic); siRNA Constructs; Bacterial Genomic DNA; Rolling- Circle preps (e.g. ‘TempliPHI’ or  equivalent); Single Stranded (e.g. M13); DNA fragments (e.g. gel isolated fragments).

PlatformApplied Biosystems 3730xl DNA Analyzer
CategorySequencing
Primary ContactConstance Esposito
Assistant Director of Core Operations
734-763-8895 esposito@umich.edu
Typical CostClick here to view internal pricing list!
Click here to view external pricing list!
Typical OutputOne sequencing run (one template, one primer) typically produces 900 nucleotides of high-quality sequence data or more, for a good quality template and a well-designed primer.
How to RequestLogin through https://client-seqcore.brcf.med.umich.edu and then choose “Sanger Sequencing” to submit samples.
Sample RequirementsFor our recommended template and primer concentrations, please go to faq page for Sanger Sequencing and read FAQ #17.
Typical TurnaroundSamples are usually processed within two business days after receipt.
Critical InformationThe results are returned in two forms: a raw sequence file and a chromatogram file. The sequence file (a flat ASCII text file) is returned to the researcher by electronic mail. The chromatogram file is available on our data server (password protected to prevent unauthorized distribution of your data).
More InformationChromatograms and text files are available for download for 2 weeks after sequencing has been completed from our FTP server, after which the data is auto-deleted. The DNA Sequencing Core keeps all old sequencing data in archival storage, and can retrieve the data upon request by putting it on our FTP server. It will however be auto-deleted after 2 weeks. For more information on Sanger Sequencing please go to the FAQ page.