SEQUENCING SUBMISSION FORM
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Please read our Terms and Instructions here http://genome.columbia.edu/sequencing-submitting-your-samples
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CONTACTS
PI
First Last
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PI EMAIL
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MEMBERSHIP
Affiliation of the PI who owns the account used to pay for the sequencing services. Columbia University PI account are charged directly by Inter Departmental Invoice using their chartstring (next page). HICCC members must be listed at http://hiccc.columbia.edu/members/ and DSB at http://systemsbiology.columbia.edu/faculty
RESEARCHER
First Last. This is the point of contact during the sequencing
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RESEARCHER EMAIL
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RESEARCHER DIRECT PHONE NUMBER
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COLLABORATOR
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COLLABORATOR EMAIL
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YOUR ADMIN OR ACCOUNT PAYABLES FIRST LAST NAME
This is the person to contact to process the payment
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ADMIN EMAIL
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THIS PROJECT
TICKET
Please enter the ticket number if you have discussed this submission with us (the ticket number can be found in the header of the ticket). Please do not enter the quote number here, nor a random number. If you do not have a ticket number, please just leave this answer blank. If you do have a ticket, please answer, that's useful to us.
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ORGANISM
This is the genome to map your sample against. One genome type per order: if you have 5 mouse samples and 5 human samples, you will need 2 orders.
SAMPLES
Number of samples submitted
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PACKAGE MENU
Packages 120, 131-132, 401-402, 421, and 431 need pre-approval. Packages 133-134 and exomes packages 201-202 need approval IF you submit less than 6 samples. Please email genome@columbia.edu, and please CC the PI in the request. Once we approved, please enter the ticket number in the TICKET field above. Please see price list at http://genome.columbia.edu/sequencing-pricing
SAMPLES NAMES
95% of our users follow this step well: In order to avoid any confusion, all samples must be labeled clearly. If your first name Joe and your PI's first name is Susan, please name your samples SJ001, SJ002, SJ003, … No two projects from the same customer should have identical sample identification numbers. Please ensure that each of your projects uses never-used, unique ID's.
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MATERIAL SUBMITTED
BIOANALYZER
You must provide a Bioanalyzer report if you submit RNA, cDNA or self-libraries. CUMC users should use the Molecular Pathology service at ICRC Room 301 http://www.hiccc.columbia.edu/research/sharedresources/molecular/using
QC
Please give the concentration of sample from the bioanalyzer report. Any gel photos for DNA can be emailed to genome@columbia.edu
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QUEUE
Over the past year, our average turnaround time for RNA-seq has been 25 days from the time we receive your samples and they are ready for sequencing, and the time we deliver the data. If you need anything urgently, please submit a request for approval for EXPRESS first by writing at genome@columbia.edu. Express requests are not eligible for volume discounts. PI approval is required, if you are not the PI, please CC your PI in the request.
HOW TO RELEASE
RELEASE EMAILS CC
In addition to the PI and the researcher, who should receive the email when we release the data. Separate multiple with commas.
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