Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #801, comment 65


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Oct 30, 2015, 8:37:42 AM (6 years ago)
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  • Ticket #801, comment 65

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    33 * Section "Library preparation wizards" should be updated in sub-section "Start DNA plate wizards" for wizard "Create new start DNA plate". The latter wizard currently contains 3 steps:[[BR]][[BR]]Step 1: Select start list[s] to pick DNA items from[[BR]]Step 2: Select DNA items[[BR]]Step 3: Fragmented DNA plate[[BR]][[BR]]A new step should be introduced between the current second and third steps for selecting a library preparation kit to use:[[BR]][[BR]]Step 1: Select start list[s] to pick DNA items from[[BR]]Step 2: Select DNA items[[BR]]'''Step 3: Select library preparation kit to use'''[[BR]]Step 4: Fragmented DNA plate[[BR]][[BR]]The new step should allow the user to select a library preparation kit from a list of available ones. The aim of this selection is to balance two desires, that sometimes compete:[[BR]][[BR]]a. To use plate well marker reagents "Index 1 Primers" and "Index 2 Primers" economically for a kit.[[BR]]b. To place DNA aliquots in plate wells in a way that simplifies lab work.[[BR]][[BR]]In order for the user to make an informed choice, the following information should be displayed in the new third step:[[BR]][[BR]]i. Only used kits with enough unused wells for FPA aliquots should be listed.[[BR]]ii. For used kits, a visual display should show what wells are unused for FPA aliquots.[[BR]]iii. Expiration date and number of times used should be shown for all available kits.
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    5 It would also be beneficial if the visual display of unused wells for a used kit would indicate what of the latter wells will be used in placing FPA aliquots on the start plate in the next step, provided that the kit was selected. However, this placement depends on a number of empirical rules, intended to balance the desire foe economical kit usage and simple lab procedures, mentioned above. These rules will be described in a separate section.
     5It would also be beneficial if the visual display of unused wells for a used kit would indicate what of the latter wells will be used in placing FPA aliquots on the start plate in the next step, provided that the kit was selected. However, this placement depends on a number of empirical rules, intended to balance the desire for economical kit usage and simple lab procedures, mentioned above. These rules will be described in a separate section.