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Sense and Sensibility—Drawing Data Well Print E-mail
Monday, 06 October 2014 00:00

Are you interested in learning how to display genomic data as simply as possible (but not any simpler), to ensure impact and insight? Making figures from data is difficult. We’ve all made complex data figures—but some of them are more effective than others. The webinar will help you identify useful practices in creating data graphics, with a focus on the underlying principles, guidelines and style. This special educational webinar is from the data visualisation expert who created the Circos and other iconic data plots used in genomics and across many fields. Brought to you by our friends at Illumina and VLSCI.

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More barcodes to help reduce your sequencing costs! Print E-mail
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 01:31

Micromon is happy to announce that we have quadrupled the the number of samples that you can include in a single sequencing run from 96 up to 384! This could mean big savings for projects such as microbial population profiling (16S survey sequencing), amplicon sequencing and small genoome sequencing. 
Microbial population studies now availble Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 00:00

Recently, we have recently launched a suite of products for microbial community profiling using marker gene such as 16S (bacteria), 18S (eukaryotes) and ITS (fungal). This service has already attracted a lot of interest, mostly in bacterial 16S survey sequencing. We can use our standard optimised primers, or primers of your own design. These can target any genetic locus, not just those mentioned above. All of our community profiling services are offered on the Illumina MiSeq platform, providing high quality, high yield, low cost and fast turn-around.

For more details, visit our Microbial Community Profiling application page, or Contact us now for a quote and to discuss how you could use our microbial community profiling service in your research program.
Micromon Launches HiSeq2500 Service Print E-mail
Monday, 04 March 2013 00:00
We are pleased to announce the commencement of our new HiSeq2500 sequencing service! The new HiSeq service extends our HiSeq2000 service, and also complements our existing Sanger and MiSeq instrumentation. The main benefit: very rapid turn-around time!
Based on Illumina's proven TruSeq Sequencing by Synthesis chemistry, the HiSeq2500 allows us to produce larger amounts of data much more rapidly than ever before. Our MiSeq has enabled smaller projects to be completed quickly, but it's capacity is suited primarily to smaller bacterial, viral or amplicon-based projects. The capacity of the new instrument enables larger projects (either larger genomes/transcriptomes, or larger numbers of samples) to be completed in just a few weeks. 
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