Question: What are modules and reactions in NGS?
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2.5 years ago by
beausoleilmo260
McGill University
beausoleilmo260 wrote:

I'm reading on MYcroarray's website that their kit are built with modules and a certain number of reactions.

http://www.mycroarray.com/mybaits/mybaits-custom.html

What are the meaning of module and reactions?

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2.5 years ago by
genomax75k
United States
genomax75k wrote:

The page you linked says

Our kits are manufactured in modules of up to 20,000 unique baits/probes, which is determined by our synthesis technology.

You can get 10 modules for a total of 200K probes.

Number of reactions would be the samples you can process (16, 48, 96, 384).

With each MYbaits kit, we provide you enough reagents to perform a stated amount of individual capture reactions according to our current protocol

ADD COMMENTlink modified 2.5 years ago • written 2.5 years ago by genomax75k

Reactions = sample size

Module = ?

nb Probes = # of sequences or # of sequences / 2 (because you would capture a sequence on both sides)?

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