FuGU's Illumina NextSeq 500 sequencer can be be used for medium scale Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) projects including:
The NextSeq 500 is frequently used by laboratories which make there own sequencing libraries but need access to a medium-scale sequencer.
For larger scale sequencing projects, sequening libraries can be made at FuGU and then sequenced on the NovaSeq 6000 sequencer which is located at FIMM which is one of our HGI partner labs.
FuGU's Illumina MiSeq FGx can be used for both normal Illumina sequencing projects and for Verogen's forensic "Forenseq" sequencing for human identity testing. The sequencer is also availabe for use for research labs outside of FuGU.
Total reads from a MiSeq run range from 1M (Nano) to 25M (V3). The MiSeq V3 600 cycle flow cell can produce up to 2x300bp reads.
Examples of projects run at FuGU:
The NanoString nCounter SPRINT Profiler uses NanoString’s molecular barcoding technology to profile RNA, DNA or protein samples.
For more information please contact FuGU support at email@example.com
Microarray slide scanning available for use by either trained personel from individual research groups or by FuGU personnel (approx 40-50€ per slide).
For detailed technical specifications
High-throughput qPCR using Fluidigm's 48.48 and 96.96 array format
Each Olink Target 96 panel can process 88 Biological samples at a time using the Proximity Extension Assay (PEA) technique. Commonly used sample types include blood serum and plasma
Full list of panels and sample types supported can be found on the Olink webpage.
Agilent TapeStation 4200 provides high-throughput fragment analysis of RNA, DNA and Genomic DNA
ScreenTapes commonly used at FuGU: