This portal is for submitting orders for services provided by the National Genomics Infrastructure Sweden (NGI). To place an order, log in with your user credentials, choose the application most suitable for your project, and fill in the required details.
If you are uncertain about the choice of technology, please select the “Request a meeting” option. Information on what we offer can be found on our homepage.
While we do accept projects from other countries, we prioritise projects from Sweden-based researchers, and this is largely dependent on our current queues. NGI reserves the right to decline external i.e. non-Sweden based projects.
NGI will be operating at a limited capacity during the winter holiday, and a number of our user-targeted activities will encounter delays between December 18, 2023, to January 5, 2024. More info provided in the link above.
If you are unsure about the appropriate method for your scientific question, request a meeting for a discussion with us.
Order form for ONT PromethION.
Order form for PacBio sequencing. This is available only at the NGI Uppsala UGC node.
Order form for de novo reference genome sequencing using multiple technologies, DNA extraction and RNA-seq for annotation purposes within the same project.
Order form for genotyping and DNA methylation analysis using the Illumina EPIC beadchip.
Order form for Illumina sequencing. Please also use this form when ordering library preparation using the 10X Genomics technology (spatial gene expression analysis and single cell analysis at SNP&SEQ)
Order form for sequencing by Ion S5XL.
Request form for extraction of HMW-DNA for long-read sequencing at NGI only, as well as optical mapping (BioNano) performed elsewhere. Available at the NGI-Uppsala node.
NGI includes facilities established by profs Ulf Gyllensten (Uppsala), Ann-Christine Syvänen (Uppsala) and Joakim Lundeberg (Stockholm). The National Genomics Infrastructure (NGI) was launched January 1st 2013. It originates from the VR RFI infrastructure SNISS.
NGI is supported by SciLifeLab, the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet, VR) and host universities (KI, KTH, SU, UU). In addition, the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) has provided funding for instruments and computational infrastructure.