Price List

ServiceInternal UsersExternal Academic Users
Methylation specific PCRa $200 per primer sets (1-4 primer sets)
$120 per primer sets (5-10 primer sets)
$80 per primer sets (≥ 10 primer sets)
$300 per primer sets (1-4 primer sets)
$180 per primer sets (5-10 primer sets)
$120 per primer sets (≥ 10 primer sets)
Bisulfite Sequencingb $600 per sample (1-4 samples)
$400 per sample (5-10 samples)
$250 per sample (≥ 10 samples)
$900 per sample (1-4 samples)
$600 per sample (5-10 samples)
$375 per sample (≥ 10 samples)
Bisulfite Pyrosequencingc $300 per sample (1-4 samples)
$200 per sample (5-10 samples)
$100 per sample (≥ 10 samples)
$450 per sample (1-4 samples)
$300 per sample (5-10 samples)
$150 per sample (≥ 10 samples)
Methyl-sensitive Cut Counting Genomic Sequencing (MSCC)d $600 per sample (1-4 samples)
$300 per sample (≥5 samples)
$900 per sample (1-4 samples)
$450 per sample (≥ 5 samples)
Methyl CpG Binding Domain-Isolated Genome Sequencing (MiGS)e $800 per sample (1-4 samples)
$400 per sample (≥5 samples)
$1200 per sample (1-4 samples)
$600 per sample (≥ 5 samples
Whole-genome bisulfite sequencing $800 per sample (1-4 samples)
$400 per sample (≥5 samples)
$1200 per sample (1-4 samples)
$600 per sample (≥ 5 samples)
ChIP, ChIP-qPCR and ChIP-Sequencingf $800 per sample (1-3 samples)
$400 per sample (≥3 samples)
$1200 per sample (1-3 samples)
$600 per sample (≥ 3 samples)
qRT-PCR (RNA extraction, cDNA synthesis and qPCR) $30 per sample for RNA extraction and cDNA synthesis
$15 per sample for one gene detection of qPCR
$45 per sample for RNA extraction and cDNA synthesis
$20 per sample for one gene detection of qPCR
Sequencing data analysis $150 per sample $200 per sample

a The number of primer sets is based on the number of methylated and unmethylated primer sets per CpG genomic location.

b Based on ~600 bp sequencing per sample.

c Based on ~100 bp sequencing per sample.

d, e, f Cost for preparation of number of samples for high throughput sequencing. Additional high throughput sequencing will be charged by the sequencing facility.

Note: Internal users include all University of Kansas researchers and researchers in Children’s Mercy.

Last modified: Nov 02, 2017
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