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Sanger sequencing service

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Our Overnight Service™ delivers the fastest turnaround times, making us your perfect partner for high quality sequencing. Deposit your samples in one of our vast number of Overnight Service™ collection boxes, and you will get your results back by 9am the following morning.

With over 15 years of sequencing experience and a unique network of state of the art sequencing laboratories in Cambridge, Oxford, Nottingham, Rochdale and Bellshill (Scotland), as well as European facilities in Ireland and Germany, we are perfectly placed to be your local provider for sequencing.

Our sequencing service offers

  • Turnaround times of less than 12 hours with our Overnight Service™ - results by 9am the next day*
  • Up to 1,400bp
  • Automated data delivery through SpeedREAD™
  • Easy online ordering
  • FREE collection - via our network of collection boxes or by using our FREEPOST sequencing labels
  • Over 30 primers to use - free of charge
  • Free sample and primer storage
  • Pre-paid sequencing vouchers - for ease of use and exceptional pricing

Product Sanger sequencing service
Company Source BioScience plc
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Source BioScience plc
1 Orchard Place, Nottingham NG8 6PX UK

Tel: +44 (0) 115 973 9056

Email: sales@sourcebioscience.com



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