Genomics

Microarray analysis, custom arrays, methylation, rtPCR.

SWEHSC Colloquium March 20, 2013

"What you can get from your high throughput data" - Dr. Petr Novak


March 20,2013
Skaggs, College of Pharmacy Room 325
5:00 pm
Refreshments will be served

SWEHSC Colloquium

Datetime: 
March 20, 2013 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm

"What you can get from your high throughput data" - Dr. Petr Novak
March 20,2013
Skaggs, College of Pharmacy Room 325
5:00 pm
Refreshments will be served

RSVP

Equipment

Ion Torrent Personal Genome MachineIon Torrent Personal Genome Machine

Personnel

George S. Watts, Ph.D.

gwatts@azcc.arizona.edu

Consultation

The Genomics Core provides solutions to all the steps of microarray analysis including protocols for isolating samples, sample quality control, Real-Time PCR confirmation of results, workshops on data analysis for users, and one-on-one consultation during data analysis.

Training

The Genomics Facility Core holds regular workshops and seminars intended to both inform researchers about the existing services available through the core, but also new services and uses for microarrays as they become available. 

Recent Workshops

February 23, 2011 - Genomics technology and its application

October 26, 2010 - Epigenomics workshop

About Us

The objective of the Genomics Facility Core (GFC) is to provide full service applications of cutting-edge genomics technology to members of the SWEHSC. The GFC offers cost-effective genomic analyses and ready access to local expertise. The expertise of the Core’s directors enables the GFC to provide genome-wide analysis of the epigenetic effects of environmental toxicants.

Service Labs

Service Labs The GFC is located in an 800 square foot laboratory in Room 3933 of the Arizona Cancer Center.

Facilities

The major purposes of the Environmental Health Sciences Core Center Grants (P30) supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), (http://www.niehs.nih.gov are to:

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