YCGA uses Agilent iLab WKILIMS to facilitate project creation, submit sample information and WKILIMS to track sample workflow. First-time users should first request a WKILIMS account by emailing email@example.com.
After project submission, samples can be brought to Yale center for genome Analysis ( YCGA) either in person or shipped.
Yale Center for Genome Analysis (YCGA)
830 West campus Dr, West Haven, CT, 06516
- 300 George St., (Room 2127)
- 300 Cedar St. (TAC), (Room S352)
Samples are picked up at 8 AM, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 300 George St. and Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from TAC. Please complete the sample submission form and place in a Ziploc bag along with your samples.
To our long distance users:
Please complete the sample submission form and enclose with your samples. Ship samples overnight on dry ice to:
Yale Center for Genomic Analysis,
ATTN: ( include Name of your contact Person in YCGA or Bony De Kumar)
300 Heffernan Drive, B-36, West Haven, CT 06516, 203-737-3031.
We strive to provide you with data of the highest quality. If you find that your samples do not meet the requirements for quantity or quality, please contact our facility and a technician will work with you to establish what options are available.
We will not accept responsibility for ANY samples that fail due to inadequate concentration or quality. The user will only be billed for the work performed. In the event that the sample was found to be the source of processing failure, the user shall bear the resulting cost associated with the troubleshooting. We assume that samples submitted to us have met our posted criteria. It is the responsibility of the user to collect any unused sample from us within 90 days of receiving the data. Samples will be discarded without notice after this time frame.
Thank you for your kind cooperation.
WikiLIMS for online YCGA Sequencing Sample Submission
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your project (or call 203-737-3031) and you will be forwarded to the appropriate manager.
Once our workflow fully transitions to our wiki, you will be able to track sample progress in real time by either logging in or by automatic email updates.
For new users, kindly request an account here and bookmark the page.
First time using WKILIMS?
First-time users should first request a WKILIMS account by emailing Christopher Castaldi.