Kansas State University CoVM Molecular Biology Core
Manhattan, KS, US
Academic Core Facility
The Molecular Biology Core was established in 2002 upon an alignment of expertise, need, vision, altruism, and funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH-P20-RR017686), the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), and Kansas State University (KSU). The Core provides expertise, training and access to equipment for nucleotide and protein analysis.
The Molecular Biology Core serves faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and staff of Kansas State University. The Core is currently funded by CVM-KSU. Users are not charged fees for training and use of the Core but are expected to acknowledge in all publications: Molecular Biology Core supported by CVM-KSU.
|Kansas State University CoVM Molecular Biology Core 1620 Denison Avenue Manhattan, KS, 66506 United States
|Kansas State University CoVM Molecular Biology Core Mid-Campus Drive Manhattan, KS, 66502 United States
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