Fees

Please contact us for a quote specific to your project.

Service UGA Non-Profit Commercial
Analysis of data suitability for goal assessment $150 $173 $300
Quality control and experimental variables assessment $150 $173 $300
Data normalization and fitting $300 $345 $600
Genome/transcriptome reference assessment and preparation $150 $173 $300
Read mapping to a reference genome $250 / $75 $288 / $86 $500 / $150
Mapping to a reference for transcriptome assembly $500 / $75 $575 / $86 $1000 / $150
Mapping to a reference transcriptome(s) for transcriptional analysis $500 / $75 $575 / $86 $1000 / $150
Mapping to a reference for exome-capture analysis $1500 $1725 $3000
De novo genome assembly (viral/bacterial genomes) $750 / $175 $863 / $201 $1500 / $350
De novo genome assembly (< 50 Mb eukaryotic genomes) $1500 $1725 $3000
De novo genome assembly & assessment (large, complex genomes) Quoted by Request Quoted by Request Quoted by Request
Automated genome annotation (viral/bacterial) $75 $86 $150
Automated eukaryotic genome annotation (large, complex genomes) Quoted by Request Quoted by Request Quoted by Request
De novo transcriptome assembly $1500 $1725 $3000
Transcriptome annotation (basic) $500 $575 $1000
GO tag and InterProScan annotation $300 / $150 $345 / $173 $600 / $300
Differential expression analysis $500 $575 $1000
SNPs detection/calling/filtering $500 $575 $1000
Bacterial draft genome: sequencing/assembly/annotation $1000 $1150 $2000
Bacterial genome submission to NCBI $250 $288 $500
Hourly rate for custom jobs and/or personnel training $75 $86 $150

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Some services require an associated service, e.g. differential expression and SNP analyses require mapping to a reference genome or transcriptome.

For services with two prices listed, there is a base fee for the first sample, and subsequent samples are charged at a reduced rate up to 10 samples. Pricing resets to the base fee after each 10 samples. Quantity discounts are available for large projects.

Many services are based on a logical-grouping standard. This refers to multiple samples generated in the same experiment under the same data generation conditions such that the same analysis would apply to each sample, e.g. each of 96 wells in the same plate or 20 samples from 2 lanes of Illumina sequencing.

Rates effective July 1, 2015.