The Computational Genomics Core provides neuroscientists and other Tufts investigators with resources for gene expression and genomics studies. We provide equipment for gene expression analysis and expertise for NextGen sequencing projects. In addition, there are university-wide bioinformatics resources available on the Tufts Bioinformatics Server.
The core provides instruments for gene expression studies in Stearns 207. Equipment includes:
Reserve the Bioanalyzer by signing up in the appropriate facility logbook.
Sign up for the Stratagene real-time cyclers.
For access to Stearns 207, contact Alison Hochler.
For training and assistance with equipment use, contact Andrew Tarr.
Together, the CNR and Tufts University Core Facility (TUCF) provide services for the analysis of NextGen sequencing results and other bioinformatics projects. For bioinformatics consultation and training, contact Albert Tai.
F. Rob Jackson, PhD
Leon Reijmers, PhD
Winston Hide, PhD
(The University of Sheffield)
Dennis Wall, PhD
(Stanford Medical School)
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