DNA Sequencing and Analysis Core Facility

A Kodak Gel Logic 2200 Molecular Imaging System is also available. This system has the flexibility to detect chemiluminescent, fluorescent, and colorimetric samples and is widely used to image and quantify both nucleic acids and proteins. This instrument also can act as a plate reader for ELISA reactions, automate bacterial colony counting, and eliminate the need for film development of Western blots. An ABI 7500 Real-time PCR instrument is also housed in our facility and enables high speed thermal cycling in a 96-well format that reduces run times to less than 40 minutes. This instrument utilizes variable excitation and five-color detection systems and enables you to use a broad range of fluorophores for greater assay versatility.

       

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