Fees


Fees are subject to revision without notice

 

Single-Cell Services

10X Genomics

  • library prep only; sequencing is separate
  • capture up to 10,000 cells/sample
  • recommended sequencing 25,000-50,000 reads/cell (depending on application)
Single Cell 3’ Gene Expression (Library Prep)
 

UT System

Non-UT System

1st Sample

$2330

$3484

Each Concurrent Sample up to 8

$1662

$2380

Single Cell ATAC-Seq (Library Prep)
 

UT System

Non-UT System

1st Sample

$1972

$2949

Each Concurrent Sample up to 8

$1452

$2170

Milo Single-Cell Western

  • capture up to 1000 cells per sample, one sample per chip
  • sample can be stored for 9 months and re-probed multiple times
  • analysis software, Scout, is free to download (follow link to download: http://proteinsimple.com/scout/downloads/)
 

UT System

Non-UT System

Loading Chip (1 sample/chip)

$212

$317

Probing & Scanning (2 samples/run)

$171

$256

Scout Analysis (per hour)

$42

$63

Fluidigm C1 Single-Cell Auto-Prep System

 

UT System and Non-UT System

DNAseq

please inquire

RNAseq

please inquire

qPCR for Single-Cell

please inquire

Custom Application (open app)

please inquire

 

Next Generation Sequencing

Library Preparation

For custom library prep needs, please inquire.

 

UT System

Non-UT System

Nextera XT (10 samples)

$66/sample

$99/sample

QuantSeq mRNAseq (12 samples)

$66/sample

$99/sample

16S Library Prep (16 samples)

$29/sample

$44/sample

Amplicon Library Prep (12 samples)

$30/sample

$45/sample

MiSeq Sequencing Runs

  • reads per run varies and is dependent on library type
MiSeq Reagent v3 Kits (~25M reads/run)
 

UT System

Non-UT System

Applications

75bp Paired End (150 cycles)

$1131

$1691

RNAseq, small RNAseq

300bp Paired End (600 cycles)

$1796

$2686

WGS

MiSeq Reagent v2 Kits (~15M reads/run)
 

UT System

Non-UT System

Applications

50bp Single End (50 cycles)

$1036

$1549

small RNAseq

150bp Paired End (300 cycles)

$1281

$1916

targeted sequencing

250bp Paired End (500 cycles)

$1416

$2117

WGS

MiSeq Library QC Reagent Kits
  • ideal for running QC on libraries before deep sequencing
 

UT System

Non-UT System

Reads/Run (Millions)

150bp Paired End (300 cycles)

$636

$951

4

150bp Paired End (300 cycles)

$481

$720

1

250bp Paired End (500 cycles)

$541

$809

1

 

BioMarkHD High-Throughput qPCR Services

High-Throughput qPCR

  • format of chips is #samples x #assays
 

UT System

Non-UT System

Reverse Transcription (24 samples)

$147

$220

PreAmp Services (24 samples)

$179

$268

Delta Gene Assays

FlexSix 12x12 – EvaGreen

$215

$322

48x48 – EvaGreen

$636

$951

96x96 – EvaGreen

$1370

$2049

192x24 – EvaGreen

$1229

$1838

TaqMan Assays

FlexSix 12x12 – TaqMan

$250

$374

48x48 – TaqMan

$657

$983

96x96 – TaqMan

$1372

$2052

192x24 – TaqMan

$1146

$1714

High-Throughput SNP Genotyping

 

UT System

Non-UT System

FlexSix 12x12 – TaqMan

$183

$274

48x48 – TaqMan

$706

$1056

96x96 – TaqMan

$988

$1478

192x24 – TaqMan

$881

$1318

Digital PCR Services

 

UT System

Non-UT System

12.765 Digital GE Chip – TaqMan

$706

$1056

48.770 Digital GE Chip – TaqMan

$1221

$1826

37k Digital Chip – TaqMan

$375

$561

 

Sample QC & Ancillary Instruments

Sample QC

 

UT System

Non-UT System

PicoGreen dsDNA Assay (24 samples)

$110

$165

Bioanalyzer 6000 Nano RNA Chip

$47

$70

Bioanalyzer High Sensitivity DNA Chip

$103

$151

TapeStation D1000 TapeScreen

$79

$119

TapeStaiton D5000 TapeScreen

$107

$160

Qubit DNA/RNA (per sample)

$4

$6

Ancillary Instruments (UTSA Labs Only)

 

Instrument Only

Reagents

QuantStudio5 qPCR System (per hour)

$23

$8

Bioruptor Run (per run)

$20

n/a

Synergy II Run (per run)

$35

$69 (24 samples)

Bioanalyzer Run (per run)

$19

$54 (RNA)

$81 (DNA)

TapeStation (per run)

$4

$6/sample

Countess II FL (per sample)

n/a

$3

Qubit 2.0

n/a

$2

 


Acknowledgements

Each publication, press release, or other documentation must acknowledge research supported by the UTSA Genomics Core with the following statement:
Results were generated in part with help from the UTSA Genomics Core which is supported by NIH grant G12-MD007591, NSF grant DBI-1337513 and UTSA.