Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer
Amnis ImageStream - Multispectral Imaging Flow Cytometer
BD Influx (formerly Cytopeia) - High performance biosafety level (BSL)-3 cell sorter
Biacore T100 - Surface plasmon resonance-based label free interaction study
BTX ECM830 square-ware electroporator with HT-250 multi-well adaptor
CTL Immunospot S5 core analyzer
MDC FlexStation II
MDC ImageXpress Micro
MDC SpectraMax M5
Nano Drop 2000
Tufts Imaging Facility
Computational Genomics Core
Electrophysiology & Biophysics Core
Animal Behavior Core
DNA/Protein Core Facility in Physiology
Flow Cytometry Core in Pathology
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