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DNA Sequencing Facility

The DNA Sequencing Facility, established already in 2002, is a cross-faculty facility for DNA and cDNA (RNA-Seq) sequencing and is primarily intended for academic research groups based at Lund University.

Credit: Mike Agliolo / Photo Researchers / Universal Images Group
Credit: Mike Agliolo / Photo Researchers / Universal Images Group

The services available are

  • Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) on Illumina MiSeq
  • Sanger DNA sequencing on a 16-capillary Applied Biosystems 3130xl Genetic Analyzer
  • Quality checking/assessment of DNA and RNA on Agilent 2100 BioAnalyzer
  • Bioinformatics

Our facility staff have expertise in most aspects of DNA sequence analysis and bioinformatics and can offer help and advice to both experienced and beginner researchers.

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DNA is normally a soluble molecule in water but can under certain conditions be precipitated and clearly visible to the naked eye.
Credit: Ted Kinsman / Photo Researchers / Universal Images Group

Contact information

The sequencing Facility is situated at Sölvegatan 37, in the Ecology Building on Floor 2 (stair case A)

For inquiries about Illumina MiSeq sequencing and analyses on Agilent BioAnalyzer contact:

Tomas Johansson
Researcher
MEMEG

Telephone: +46 46-222 45 49
Mobile: +46 709-57 18 04
E-mail: Tomas.Johansson [at] biol.lu.se

For inquiries about ABI Sanger sequencing contact:

Eva Friman
Research Engineer
MEMEG

Telephone: +46 46-222 08 70
Mobile: +46 767-64 52 66
E-mail: Eva.Friman [at] biol.lu.se

For inquiries about Bioinformatics contact:

Björn Canbäck
Research Engineer
MEMEG

Telephone: +46 46-222 94 19
E-mail: Bjorn.Canback [at] biol.lu.se

Funding

The facility acknowledges generous financial support during the years from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (SWEGENE programme), the Crafoord Foundation and the Faculty of Science, Lund University.