Uniplex genotyping using Taqman chemistry is useful for the analysis of sets of fewer than 4-6 SNPs, for follow-up of SNPs whose performance in other platforms has been unsatisfactory, or for simple validation of results. Pricing for a uniplex genotyping project includes two different components: 1) acquisition of a Taqman assay, and 2) the cost of genotyping per se, which is assessed per 384-well plate. Taqman assays are ordered from Thermo Fisher Scientific (ABI), which maintains a library of hundreds of thousands of predesigned assays for human, mouse, and other organisms, and the UMGC offers validation (amplification efficiency across a dilution series of model template) for Taqman assays. Custom Taqman assays are also available (please inquire).
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|Taqman Assay Acquisition.|
|Low Scale.||1-2||plate of 384||$232.42||$267.19|
|Standard Scale.||3-4||plate of 384||$131.51||$151.16|
|High Scale.||5-8||plate of 384||$115.76||$133.10|
|Very High Scale.||9-any||plate of 384||$92.35||$106.12|
Please review our DNA Submission Guidelines.
Complete the DNA Submission Form.
For University researchers, submit the completed form through the online ordering system by creating an order for “Genotyping, Epigenomics and CNV Analysis” by completing the SNP and Sample Submission Form.
For researchers outside the University, submit the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Samples can be dropped-off at one of our laboratory locations.
- 1-202 Nils Hasselmo Hall (Minneapolis campus)
- 1-210 Cancer & Cardiovascular Research Building (Minneapolis campus)
- 20 Snyder Hall (St. Paul campus)
If shipping samples, the following address should be used.
Please send the tracking information to email@example.com. University of Minnesota Genomics Center
312 Church St SE, 1-202 Nils Hasselmo Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
An Excel report is emailed to client.