Rush University Medical Center MicroRNA and Gene Expression Core Facility
Chicago, IL, US
Academic Core Facility
The MicroRNA and Gene Expression Core facilitates research on the molecular pathogenesis of disease leading to drug target development, molecular diagnosis and molecular monitoring of treatment efficacy. It facilitates research at all levels, from clinical diagnostic studies to cutting-edge basic discovery research.
Applied Biosystems HT7900 RT-PCR, which accommodates 384-well plates and has a fully robotic automatic loading capability
DataAssist data analysis software
NanoDrop DNA/RNA/protein spectrophotometer
BioRad GelDoc XR gel analysis and documentation system
Services provided include all aspects of miRNA and gene expression analysis, such as the following:
DNA, RNA, miRNA preparation
Microarray miRNA and gene profiling
Functional annotation analysis
|Rush University Medical Center MicroRNA and Gene Expression Core Facility 600 S. Paulina St. Chicago, IL, 60612 United States
|Rush University Medical Center MicroRNA and Gene Expression Core Facility 600 South Paulina Street Chicago, IL, 60612 United States
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