standard length for lab sequences

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I hear there are rumors of moving (back) to a standard length for lab synthesis sequences to avoid glitches in the high-throughput sequencing. Any word on what length that might be (with/without lab tails) and when it might take effect for those of us thinking of designing future paper and/or pilot labs?
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The main structure length minus the T7 promoter, primer and barcode, will be somewhere around 89-90 residues. They will post a news item when they have the final length.
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yes, there is a standard length is can now be seen(plus maybe oligos)
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Many times I have done lab solution with less nucleobases .
Could we get a tool that cuts nucleobases then lab calculations will be faster for CPU and easy for me to solve.
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+1 That would also help with the "readability" of a design