Massachusetts General Hospital
38 Sidney Street, Suite 100
Cambridge, MA 02139United Stateshttps://dnacore.mgh.harvard.edu
Last Updated: 01/14/2016
The MGH DNA Core (or CCIB DNA Core), founded in 1995, is a non-profit research core laboratory within the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology at Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston). It has a 20+ year track record of increasing research efficiency with trusted high-quality, cutting edge research services at competitive rates and of providing access to state-of-the-art instrumentation, methodologies and expertise.
Our Research Laboratory Automation group has been designed as a flexible entity within the MGH DNA Core to extend the benefits of laboratory automation to a diverse user group and to assist in the execution of a variety of molecular biology projects that require large-scale robotics support. The group offers standard and custom high-throughput sample processing services, including protocol development and implementation, for various molecular biology and genomics applications. Current services include bacterial colony picking & archiving, high throughput cDNA and siRNA library screening, library rearraying, DNA/RNA quantitation and normalization, site-directed mutagenesis, and protein expression and purification.
Services are not offerred outside of Massachusetts General Hospital
Consulting is not offerred outside of Massachusetts General Hospital