[BioC] OT: Problems with Nimblegen scans?
oshlack at wehi.EDU.AU
Wed Jun 27 12:52:32 CEST 2007
We experienced a similar thing with our custom Nimblegen arrays. We
asked them to rescan the arrays again at a lower setting which improved
things a bit but we still had some saturated probes.
Alicia Oshlack, PhD
Division of Bioinformatics
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
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> Hi list,
> this is not strictly BioC, but I know there is quite a few people here
> using Nimblegen arrays.
> Has anybody else experienced problems with their scans? In particular,
> I received data that was scanned with settings giving rise to a
> significantly larger amount of saturated features than expected/wanted.
> We had done an experiment comprising 4 hybs, in triplicate (12 chips).
> The first batch was very good (well, except from a duff hyb... which
> they didn't tell me, and only when I started enquiring -my data looked
> weird- they acknowledged the problem and re-hybed it). But the past
> month we did the other two sets, and their scans are too strong.
> Anybody else?
> Dr. Jose I. de las Heras Email:
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