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imarkRoy J. CarverUniversity of Illinois
Biotechnology Center

High-Throughput Sequencing and Genotyping Unit
Director: Alvaro Hernandez Ph. D.
340 Edward R. Madigan Laboratory,
1201 W. Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: (217) 244-3480     
FAX: (217) 265-5066
Email: aghernan@illinois.edu 

Pricing

All pricing is updated for 2017. Listed rates do not include the off-campus overhead (see bottom of page for overhead details).

Illumina HiSeq 2500 and 4000 platformsUltra high-throughput sequencing of mRNA, genomic DNA, ChIP-DNA and small RNAs. For descriptions and guidelines for Illumina sample submission, please visit our Illumina Sequencing Page.

 

 

Illumina Library Prep Services

Price

Sample or library quality control (QC)

 

Quality Check (QC) - one library (Qubit, Fragment analyzer and qPCR)

$99

Quality Check  (QC) - 2-7 libraries (Qubit, Fragment analyzer and qPCR)

$148

Gel purification - per library

$125

Bioanalyzer service (1-11 samples or libraries)

$99

AATI Fragment Analyzer service (up to 48 samples or libraries)

$196

AATI Fragment Analyzer service (1-12 samples or libraries)

$75

Library Construction

 

Genomic DNA TruSeq library

$200

Genomic DNA TruSeq library (≥48 on robot)

$132

Nextera genomic DNA library

$172

Nextera XT DNA library (≥96 on robot)

$99

 

RNA-Seq Eukaryotic RNA

 

$225

RNA-Seq Eukaryotic RNA (≥24 on robot, full QC)

$215

RNA-Seq Eukaryotic RNA (≥96 on robot, no QC)

$150

RNA-Seq Eukaryotic RNA (≥96 on robot, no QC, kit provided)

$99

RNA-Seq Bacterial RNA/rRNA removal

$335

RNA-Seq Bacterial RNA/rRNA removal (≥24 on robot, full QC)

$300

RNA-Seq Bacterial RNA/rRNA removal (≥24 on robot, no QC)

$265

 

Small RNA libraries

 

$288

Small RNA libraries (≥24 on robot)

$249

 

Mate-Pair libraries, standard (bacterial, small genomes)

 

$955

Mate-Pair libraries, enriched (> 100MB genomes)

$1,195

 

Exome Capture libraries

 

$330

Exome Capture libraries (kit provided)

$240

Exome Capture libraries (≥48 on robot)

$229

 

Bisulfite, reduced representation DNA libraries

 

$277

Bisulfite, reduced representation DNA libraries (≥48 on robot)

$245

Bisulfite, genomic DNA libraries

$242

Bisulfite, genomic DNA libraries (≥48 on robot)

$175

 

MiSeq FGx amplicon preparation - per sample

 

$148

 

10X Library Construction (1 library by itself, faster turnaround time)

 

$1,240

10X Library Construction (1-7 samples from one or different users, each)

$865

10X Library Construction (8 samples submitted at once, each)

$765

HMW DNA Size Selection in SAGE ELF for 10x Genomics (> 50kb)

$199

 

Fluidigm plate 48 samples

 

$1,380

Fluidigm Primer testing (1-3, each)

$100

Fluidigm Primer testing (4+, each)

$50

 

Illumina HiSeq 4000

 

HiSeq 4000-per lane 50bp Single-End

$1,510

HiSeq 4000-per lane 100bp Single-End

$1,865

HiSeq 4000-per lane 150bp Single-End

$2,220

 

HiSeq 4000-per lane 50bp Paired-End

 

$2,230

HiSeq 4000-per lane 75bp Paired-End

$2,640

HiSeq 4000-per lane 100bp Paired-End

$2,865

HiSeq 4000-per lane 150bp Paired-End

$3,215

 

Illumina HiSeq 2500

 

HiSeq 2500-per lane 50bp Single-End

$1,285

HiSeq 2500-per lane 50bp Single-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$2,170

HiSeq 2500-per lane 100bp Single-End

$1,605

HiSeq 2500-per lane 100bp Single-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$2,650

HiSeq 2500-per lane 150bp Single-End

$1,930

HiSeq 2500-per lane 150bp Single-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$3,140

 

HiSeq 2500-per lane 50bp Paired-End

 

$2,280

HiSeq 2500-per lane 50bp Paired-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$3,660

HiSeq 2500-per lane 100bp Paired-End

$2,635

HiSeq 2500-per lane 100bp Paired-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$4,720

HiSeq 2500-per lane 150bp Paired-End

$3,025

HiSeq 2500-per lane 150bp Paired-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$5,630

HiSeq 2500-per lane 250bp Paired-End

$3,930

HiSeq 2500-per lane 250bp Paired-End (2 rapid lanes, same library/pool run in both lanes)

$7,370

 

Illumina MiSeq v3

 

MiSeq - 1x150nt SR v3

$1,325

MiSeq - 2x150nt PE NANO v2

$785

MiSeq - 2x150nt PE v2

$1,655

MiSeq - 2x250nt PE NANO v2

$840

MiSeq - 2x250nt PE v2

$1,790

MiSeq - 2x250nt PE v3

$2,170

MiSeq - 1x300nt SR v2

$1,655

MiSeq - 2x300nt PE v3

$2,375

MiSeq -FGx run

$2,045

 

Core Sequencing

Price

Sanger High-Throughput (50+ plates) - Plasmid Prep+Seq.

$597.00

Sanger High-Throughput (50+ plates) - Sequencing only

$285.00

Sanger - HTS/MTS Ready to Load (96-well Plate) - no clean up

$67.00

Sanger - HTS/MTS Ready to Load (96-well Plate) - clean up

$148.00

Core/MTS -  Sequencing (96-well plate)

$385.00

Core - Sequencing (One Sample)

$4.90

Core - Ready to Load (One Sample)

$2.25

HTS/MTS Fragment Analysis (96-well Plate)

$88.00

Core Fragment Analysis (One Sample)

$2.80

 Plasmid Prep only

$313

Please visit the Sanger Sequencing and Fragment Analysis page for details regarding each service option.

 

This is an abridged list of our service prices and subject to change at any time.  For further information please contact Dr. Alvaro Hernandez, Director of DNA Services ( aghernan@illinois.edu ) at 217-244-3480 or Chris Wright, Assistant Director of DNA Services ( clwright@illinois.edu ) at 217-333-4372 to discuss ways the staff can be of assistance in achieving your project goals or to receive a quote for your project.  

Facility users other than State of Illinois institutions are subject to a 25.4% indirect cost rate for federally funded projects (28.6% starting on July 1st, 2017). State of Illinois non-Federally funded projects are subject to a 10% indirect cost rate.  For off-campus projects a contract must be negotiated through University of Illinois Grants and Contracts.  For further information contact Dr. Mark A. Mikel (217-244-0144; mmikel@illinois.edu ), Associate Director of the Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center.

All work performed by the Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center (CBC) should be acknowledged in scholarly publications, posters, and presentations. Proper recognition allows us to measure the impact of our work and supports our initiatives in obtaining sponsored funding. In addition, any CBC personnel who make a substantial intellectual or experimental contribution are deserving of further recognition as co-author.