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April 28, 2020 - While still following strict measures taken in regard of Covid-19, we offer Sanger sequencing services on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to support your research starting on May 04, 2020.

April 27, 2020 - While still following strict measures taken in regard of Covid-19, we will re-open our NGS services to support your research on May 04, 2020. Please note that all sample and sheet - handover will be done in a contact-free way in the entrance, ground floor at the CCG, where we provide boxes to place the samples. The entrance can be entered by simply pushing the green button in front of the building. Please keep to the time frame 9am -1pm and send us the sample sheet via EMail  ( at least the day before, so we can clarify any open points. We thank you for your understanding.

March 16, 2020 - In the light of preventive measures taken in regard of Covid-19 please note:
The members of the CCG will work from home whenever possible. Since the total number of staff working in the CCG at the same time will be kept to a minimum, the NGS and Sanger sequencing service is severely restricted until further notice. We apologize for all delays in sample processing.

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) in a third round invites to the submission of scientific projects, in which sequencing will be carried out at the DFG funded competence centres for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) at the Universities Bonn/Köln/Düsseldorf, Dresden, Kiel, and Tübingen. Again, in this call it is planned to fund scientific projects with a medium sized demand (€100,000 to €1 million) of sequencing costs. The submission of a letter of intent is due 14 January 2020. Applications must be submitted to the DFG no later than the 9 June 2020 (on 25 March 2020 the deadline was extended to 9 September 2020). For more information see here.