Tired of GENOtyping mice?
Save time and money for important experiments
at $5.50 per Sample
72 Hour Turnaround
Fast results to speed up your research
As low as $5.50 per sample, 16 free samples for each protocol
Free reruns if gel band is not 100% clear.
Free Pickup and Shipping
Free pickup for Houston local institutions* and Free shipping everywhere else
*Sample pickup service currently limited to institutions in the Texas Medical Center area, Rice University, and the University of Houston
1. Registration and Protocol
After registering an account with us, fill out a new PCR protocol form. For each new protocol, we will provide the first 16 samples for free for validation.
2. Order Form and Samples
Send us a new order form and leave samples in your lab* or ship them to us. After sample pickup or receiving, we will validating the sample numbers with your order form, DNA will then be extracted from the mouse samples.
3. PCR and Gel Electrophoresis
PCR amplification will be done according to your protocol, followed by gel electrophoresis. The rest of the DNA will be stored in our freezer for up to 3 months.
4. Image Analysis and Report
The gel will be scanned using a gel scanner to achieve the highest resolution. Once the results are analyzed, a final report will be sent to your designated email within 72 hours after pickup occurs or when samples are received.
$5.50 per sample. No matter how many alleles you are trying to detect at the same time, if we can combine it into a single PCR run, it will be $5.50 per sample. If, however, more than one PCR reaction needs to be run, each additional reaction will be an additional $2.50.
For every new PCR protocol you setup with us, we will run 16 samples for free for validating the assay.
No Minimum Order
Submit as little as 1 sample, and we will run it for the same price as your other order.
Our standard service guarantees results within 72 hours.
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Tissue samples such as mice tail snips ( > 3mm), ear clips ( > 2mm), or toes are all acceptable.
Please place the samples in either microcentrifuge tubes, PCR strips, or 96 well plates and label the sample ID clearly.