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Illumina lowers the minimum average coverage requirements for HiSeqX to 15X

12th January 2017  -  Categories: Updates

Illumina has recently updated the Special Conditions of Sale applicable to their HiSeqX instruments. The new Special Conditions lowers the requirements for average depth of coverage and now permits whole genome sequencing (WGS) and bisulphite sequencing down to an average depth of 15X coverage or greater. The HiSeqX instruments are for many projects at NGI […]

Christmas Holiday Period 2016

22nd November 2016  -  Categories: Updates

Orders submitted after December 14 will not be processed until after the holiday break. Sample submission will be closed during the following period: NGI Stockholm, Thursday 22 December – Friday 6 January NGI Uppsala, Monday 17 December – Friday 6 January

Current status for Stockholm node of NGI Sweden

12th September 2016  -  Categories: Updates

The current status of operations can now be viewed in a graphical display. See the link in the text on the upper right of this page.

Project information updates

6th July 2016  -  Categories: Updates

Several items of information are now updated in the orders. This includes project id, project name, and status which are fetched daily from the internal systems at the Stockholm node.

Phil Ewels’ MultiQC tool published

17th June 2016  -  Categories: Updates

“We present MultiQC, a tool to create a single report visualising output from multiple tools across many samples, enabling global trends and biases to be quickly identified. MultiQC can plot data from many common bioinformatics tools and is built to allow easy extension and customization.” The paper (Open Access) is here and the documentation for the software […]

Invoice address filled in automatically

23rd May 2016  -  Categories: Updates

If you set the invoice address and reference for your account, it will now automatically be filled in for any order you create. This does not apply to orders you clone; the information from the old order is used in that case.

Current best practice for de-novo genome analysis

20th May 2016  -  Categories: Updates

NGI Sweden and NBIS have created a document describing current best practice for de novo genome analysis.