University of Illinois at Chicago
835 S. Wolcott, A310 CMWT
Chicago, IL 60612United Stateshttp://rrc.uic.edu/cores/genome-research/sequencing-core/
Stefan J. Green, PhD
Last Updated: 07/01/2018
The Sequencing Core (SQC) is a multi-faceted facility providing nucleic acid extraction, quantitative PCR, cell line authentication, sequencing and next-generation sequencing (NGS) services. The core houses instrumentation for customer use (quantitative PCRs, nucleic acid quantification devices, and acoustic shearing devices) and provides full service for nucleic acid extraction, quantitative PCR and analysis, daily capillary electrophoresis (Sanger) sequencing, and high-throughput NGS for analysis of DNA and RNA. The core has a particular emphasis on microbiology, with services for de novo genome sequencing and assembly, 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing, shotgun metagenome sequencing, and metatranscriptome sequencing.
Services are offerred outside of University of Illinois at Chicago
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