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Proteomics Core -
The proteomics core provides extensive mass spectrometry services for analyzing protein mixtures and purified proteins. Protein profiling using two-dimensional gel analysis and fluorescent labeling is also offered. The facility is directed by Robert Cole, Ph.D.
ChemCore offers a structurally diverse compound repository and high-throughput robotics laboratory services. ChemCore scientists will work with clients to help them optimize their enzymatic and biologic assays in both 96 and 384 well formats. A diverse suite of assay options has been developed. For service inquiries and scheduling, please contact Alan Long, or submit your request online here.
Deep Sequencing Microarray Core -
The Deep Sequencing and Microarray Core provides cost-effective and time-efficient access to cutting-edge genomic technologies and expert assistance with experimental design and data analysis. Services include NextGen and Third Gen Sequencing; multiplatform microarray services including Affymetrix and Agilent; Nanostring nCounter Analysis services for multiplexed gene expression, miRNA expression, and copy number variation analysis; and DNA, Chromatin, and RNA shearing services. The core also provides statistical and bioinformatic data analysis on primary data and downstream functional analyses. For more information please contact Haiping Hao, Ph.D.
Genomics Resources - Visit the site
Resources distribution site provides automated picking of resources like bacteria-containing plasmids or systematic yeast strain collections for Hopkins researchers. These resources can be picked to from collections of mammalian Open Reading Frames (ORFs), lentiviral-ready shRNA clones, and a wide variety of yeast deletion (YKO) strains. For more information, please contact Alan S. Long.