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Submission Checklists:

Sanger DNA Sequencing Submission Checklist.pdf

PCR Cleanup Submission Checklist.pdf

We reserve the right to delay or refuse any order with samples that do not meet the requirements above or below!


What NOT to do!

  • Do not pool like samples.  1 tube = 1 sequencing reaction!
  • Do not put your sample NAME on your tubes
  • Do not give us your primer (unless you are requesting PCR cleanup)
  • Do not use 0.5 mL microfuge tubes 
  • Do not submit orders of >48 samples in individual tubes  
  • Do not ask us if we will run your samples after 10:00 A.M.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Sanger Sequencing

A.  Individual Samples (<24 samples)

    • Use a 1.5 mL microfuge tube
    • Provide at least 10 uL of sample (12-15 uL preferred)
    • Centrifuge your sample before dropping it off at DSF
    • Write your order number and sample NUMBER legibly on the cap like this:

                       

B.  96 Well Plate (>24 samples)

    • Use a 96-well PCR (i.e. conical well) plate (DSF uses Eppendorf twin-tec 951020600)
    • Provide at least 10 uL of sample (12-15 uL preferred)
    • Seal your plate with adhesive foil (DSF uses VWR 60941-074)
    • Centrifuge your plate before dropping it off (you can use our Sorvall Legend X1)
    • Write your order number legibly on the plate and foil
    • Put your samples in order vertically, starting with well A1, as shown below:

                   

 

PCR Cleanup

 A.  Individual Samples (<24 samples)

    • Use a 1.5 mL microfuge tube
    • Provide at least 20 uL of unpurified PCR reaction
    • Centrifuge your sample before dropping it off at DSF
    • Write your order number and sample NUMBER legibly on the cap like this:

                       

    • Provide at least 3 uL of primer per sample in a 1.5 mL microfuge tube
    • Primer should be provided at 10 uM concentration  
    • Write the order number AND primer name legibly on the cap like this:

                                              

B.  96 Well Plate (>24 samples)

    • Use a 96-well PCR (i.e. conical well) plate (DSF uses Eppendorf twin-tec 951020600)
    • Provide at least 20 uL of unpurified PCR reaction
    • Seal your plate with adhesive foil (DSF uses VWR 60941-074)
    • Centrifuge your plate before dropping it off (you can use our Sorvall Legend X1)
    • Write your order number legibly on the plate and foil
    • Put your samples in order vertically, starting with well A1, as shown below:

                   


    • Provide at least 3 uL of primer per sample in a 1.5 mL microfuge tube
    • Primer should be provided at 10 uM concentration  
    • Write the order number AND primer name legibly on the cap like this:

                                                

 

 

 

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