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Genome Technology Access Center (GTAC)

St. Louis, Missouri
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The Genome Technology Access Center (GTAC) provides DNA/RNA analysis resources for researchers at Washington University and beyond.

We currently provide NextGen sequencing (4 illumina HiSeq 2500, 2 Illumina MiSeq), microarray (all formats), Fluidigm Biomark (qPCR, amplicon... Show more »

The Genome Technology Access Center (GTAC) provides DNA/RNA analysis resources for researchers at Washington University and beyond.

We currently provide NextGen sequencing (4 illumina HiSeq 2500, 2 Illumina MiSeq), microarray (all formats), Fluidigm Biomark (qPCR, amplicon sequencing, etc). We provide analysis services with all these technologies.

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NNIN - Nano Research Facility

St. Louis, Missouri
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The Nano Research Facility (NRF) at Washington University in St. Louis is a NNIN nodal facility supported by the National Science Foundation. It cultivates an open, shared research, and education environment that brings researchers across disciplines together, particularly in the... Show more »

The Nano Research Facility (NRF) at Washington University in St. Louis is a NNIN nodal facility supported by the National Science Foundation. It cultivates an open, shared research, and education environment that brings researchers across disciplines together, particularly in the emerging area of nanomaterials with applications in the energy, environment, and biomedical fields.

The mission is to be a resource to the scientific and technical community for the advancement of nanoscience and nanotechnology in a safe and environmentally benign manner.

NRF includes a micro- and nano-fabrication lab (clean room), surface characterization lab, particle technology lab, and imaging lab with a focus on bio-imaging. NRF provides unique technical expertise in:
Knowledge-based synthesis of nanostructured materials
Particle instrumentation tools for toxicity studies
Non-invasive imaging modalities for biological applications
Clean Energy Applications
Energy and Environmental nanotechology
Environmental Health and Safety

As a member of the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN), supported by the National Science Foundation, NRF is available to both academic and industrial users nation-wide and across the globe.

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Mouse Cardiovascular Phenotyping Core

St. Louis, Missouri
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The Washington University Mouse Cardiovascular Phenotyping Core (MCPC) is a leading research core that was established in 1998 and currently provides approximately 3,000 surgical, imaging and functional cardiovascular physiology services annually to its academic and industry partners... Show more »

The Washington University Mouse Cardiovascular Phenotyping Core (MCPC) is a leading research core that was established in 1998 and currently provides approximately 3,000 surgical, imaging and functional cardiovascular physiology services annually to its academic and industry partners throughout the world. With an experienced staff of 4 dedicated investigators, each with over 10 years of animal physiology experience, the MCPC provides a focused, systematic approach to the study of the basal physiology and pathophysiology of the mouse cardiovascular system.

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Biology Department Imaging Facility

St. Louis, Missouri
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Dedicated imaging facility for many aspects of brightfield and fluorescence microscopy, including low-light imaging, scanning confocal imaging, imaging of fixed and living tissues, deconvolution, multi-channel imaging, FRAP, FRET, time-lapse and z stack (3D and 4D) acquisition, and spectral analysis.

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Histology Core
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Histology CoreWashington University in St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri
  • 9 Services
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St. Louis, Missouri
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Histology CoreWashington University in St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri
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  • 7 Projects Completed
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The Histology Core has all the requisite equipment and reagents to enable a variety of tissue processing, embedding and sectioning protocols, including epon/araldite, glycol and methyl methacrylate, polyethylene glycol (PEG), paraffin and cryosectioning.

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The Histology Core has all the requisite equipment and reagents to enable a variety of tissue processing, embedding and sectioning protocols, including epon/araldite, glycol and methyl methacrylate, polyethylene glycol (PEG), paraffin and cryosectioning.

Users of the Histology Core can choose to submit full service jobs and allow core personnel to embed, section and counterstain fixed tissue samples or they can sign up to use a microtome and cut the tissue themselves. Training on any aspect of the histologic process is available on request. All core services are equally available to core members and non-members on a first-come first-served basis.

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Hybridoma Center
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Hybridoma CenterWashington University in St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri
  • 3 Services
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St. Louis, Missouri
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Hybridoma CenterWashington University in St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri
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The Hybridoma Center / Monoclonal Antibody Development Core is a specialized cell culture facility that assists investigators in the generation of monoclonal antibody producing B cell hybridomas. Mouse and Armenian hamster models are utilized to generate antigen reactive monoclonal antibodies.

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