The Genomics Core serves the Einstein scientific community by providing a broad scala of services, utilizing current and emerging nucleic acid technologies. Microarrays, real-time PCR, Sanger sequencing and new, massively parallel sequencing (MPS; also known as next-gen sequencing) are available. The Core provides a number of technologies for genotyping DNA from humans or model organisms, varying from SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) detecting to sequencing DNA for unknown variations. Furthermore, the Genomics Core performs quantitative CpG methylation analysis for the Epigenomics Core.
Libraries prepared with 10x Genomics Chromium Instrument and 5' Gene Expression V(D)J Kit
Libraries prepared with 10x Genomics Chromium Instrument and 3' Kit
Sequenom QGE – multiplex quantitative gene expression and copy number analysis
Microsatellite markers; Multiplex Ligation-dependent Probe Amplification (MLPA) for detection of copy number and genomic disorders.
Sequenom iPLEX - multiplex SNP genotyping by Single Base Extension; 1-40 SNPs/assay
Traditional DNA sequencing (ABI 3730)- tubes for single samples or 96 well plates
Up to 1000 cells captured on a ProteinSimple Milo Western Chip. Chip may be probed with up to 3 western antibodies, stripped and re-probed multiple times
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