TxGen Team

“How do I start a new sequencing project?”

Questions related to your samples, or the submission process

Please do not send samples to be sequenced unless you contacted Dr. Johnson, have a project number, and made arrangements with Dr. Metz to drop off the samples.

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The Texas A&M AgriLife Genomics and Bioinformatics Services is collaborating with researchers in 35 departments at Texas A&M University, and 82 other university and industry groups in 34 countries! We have sequenced >100 different species (not counting metagenomic projects), over 1000 samples/month processed and we add about one new project every day. We stand ready to assist you from experimental design through publication.