Molecular Biology

FIND A CORE FACILITY TO HELP WITH YOUR RESEARCH

Search below to explore services, equipment, locations, and more

Please click on the core name for more details on the resources and expertise available in each.

BRCF Advanced Genomics Core (AGC)

provides high-quality, low-cost advanced genomic analysis on a recharge basis.

Oliva Koues, PhD

advanced-genomics@umich.edu

BRCF Transgenic Animal Model Core

provide access to transgenic animal technology in an efficient, effective manner.

Thom Saunders, PhD
734-647-2910
tsaunder@umich.edu

BRCF Vector Core

produces biological vectors that facilitate the transfer of specific genes into either normal or aberrant cells.

Tom Lanigan, PhD
734-647-1351
lanigant@umich.edu

Center for Chemical Genomics (CCG)

provides high-throughput screening of extensive small molecule, natural product and siRNA libraries.

Center for Structural Biology (CSB)

assists with protein engineering, purification, and macromolecular crystallization for solving crystal structures.

Dental School Molecular Biology Core

provides real-time quantitative PCR instrumentation.

Department of Psychology Core Assay Facility (CAF)

provides assessment of hormones in humans and animals in research studies.

Core Assay Facility
734-615-6549
caf.lab@umich.edu

Human Stem Cell and Gene Editing Core (HSCGE)

provides iPSC reprogramming, stem cell characterization and differentiation, and genome editing.

Hybridoma Core

provides custom monoclonal antibody development and bulk production of monoclonal antibodies.

David A. Fox, MD
734-936-5566
dfox@umich.edu

Lombard Lab

provides usage of the Agilent Seahorse XFe96 for cellular analysis of oxygen consumption and extracellular acidification.

Michigan Diabetes Center (MDRC) Molecular Genetics Core (MGC)

applies genetic methodologies to research questions related to diabetes.

David P. Olson, MD, PhD
734-232-8205
dpolson@med.umich.edu

Microbiome Core

provides microbial sequencing, high-throughput nucleic acid extraction, microbial cultivation, and strain identification.

Tom Schmidt, Ph.D

microbiomecore@umich.edu

Natural Products Discovery Core (NPDC)

develops candidates identified through high-throughput screening into unique, bioactive, patentable, small molecules.

Ashootosh Tripathi, PhD
734-647-9466
natprodcore@umich.edu

Omics and Bioinformatics Core (OBIC)

provides omic study support for members of the Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease.

Maureen Sartor, PhD
734-763-8013
sartorma@umich.edu

Pharmacokinetic and Mass Spectrometry Core

maintains mass spectrometry instruments and the technical expertise to design quantitative assays for drug-like compounds.

Rogel Cancer Center Immunology Core

performs immunology assays such as: ELISA, ELISPOT, and Luminex.

Rogel Cancer Center Single Cell Analysis Resource

facilitates single cell experiments from initial experimental design through final data analysis.

Single Cell Analysis Resource

singlecellcorestaff@umich.edu

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Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM)

provides a variety of laboratory animal services.

Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine
734-764-0277
ulam-questions@umich.edu

Total Cores: 18