Agilent Tapestation 2200

Agilent TapeStation for automated DNA/RNA sample and library analysis

Consumables available for purchase at the GSC.

We stock: D1000, HSD1000, Genomic DNA, HSRNA, RNA and a limited number of D5000 tapes.

Users can also purchase Agilent TapeStation consumables at

The tapestation is avaliable for user operation for $5/sample after initial training.

Alternativley, samples can be dropped off and ran by a GSC employee for $8/sample.

Please email us at for training or to set up a time to drop of samples for tapestation analysis.


TapeStation consumables available for use:

DNA Analysis 

  • Genomic DNA ​(Part numbers : 5067-5365, 5067-5366)
    • size range: 200bp to >60000bp 
    • quantitative range: 10-100ng/uL 
    • requires 1uL of sample 
  • High Sensitivity D1000 ​(Part numbers : 5067-5584, 5067-5603)
    • size range: 35-1000 bp 
    • quantitative range: 10-1000 pg/uL 
    • requires 2uL of sample 
  • D1000 ​(Part numbers : 5067-5582, 5067-5602)
    • size range: 35-1000 bp 
    • quantitative range: 0.1-50 ng/uL 
    • requires 1uL of sample 
  • D5000(Part numbers : 5067-5588, 5067-5589)
    • size range: 100-5000 bp 
    • quantitative range:  0.1-50 ng/uL 
    • requires 1uL of sample 

​RNA Analysis

  • High Sensitivity RNA ​(Part numbers : 5067-5579, 5067-5580)
    • size range: 100-6000 bp 
    • quantitative range: 500-10000 pg/uL,
    • requires 2uL of sample 
  • RNA ​(Part numbers : 5067-5576, 5067-5577)
    • size range: 100-6000 bp 
    • quantitative range: 25-500 ng/uL,
    • requires 1uL of sample ​

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