1. Next-Generation Sequencing Project Request
- To request for a new next-generation sequencing project, please send an email to email@example.com or fill in the next-generation sequencing form.
- Request information for your next-generation sequencing project:
our experienced staff will answer to all your questions related to the experiments and sample preparation and provides the cost and schedule estimates for your project. This will ensure the optimal use of resources and quality of your results. Please, do not hesitate to contact us for planning your experiments well in advance. The consultation is free of charge. We can organize a project initiation meeting either in person as well as by phone or internet conferences.
- To start the project, please fill in the sample submission form
2. Quantitative Real-Time PCR and OpenArray Projects
- For OpenArray project request contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For Real-Time quantitative PCR plate running service, see the instructions at https://bioscience.fi/services/functional-genomics/services/real-time-pcr/.
3. Use of the Open Access Instruments
If you are interested in training and independent use of the instruments contact email@example.com. After the training the open access instruments can be reserved through our online reservation system.
4. Service User Feedback
At the end of the project, please share with us your feedback, by filling the feedback form.
5. Submit Your Publication
Please submit your publication by filling this form or send a link to your publication by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The publication pages list all peer reviewed publications with contributions of our Centre. By informing us about your publication where our services have been used you help ensuring that we will be able to provide high quality services with competitive prices also in the future. Thank you for submitting your publication!
6. Biocenter Finland Acknowledgement
Please, remember to acknowledge the use of our research infrastructure services in publications: “This study was supported by Finnish Functional Genomics Centre, University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University and Biocenter Finland”.