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Mouse Models I
Resources for Mouse Model Development at UNC: New models using transgenic and gene knockout technology
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Clinical Trial Budgets and Introduction to Core Facilities
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Enabling Genomic Research Through Microfluidics
Through the use of what is now the well established field of Microfluidics (the handling and manipulation of nano- and picoliter fluid volumes), research in genetics and genomics is being revolutionized. The Fluidigm technology enables experimental design and execution previously considered impractical, if not impossible.
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Automated High-Throughput qPCR Solutions
A Special Presentation on Genomics Research Technologies
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Animal Study Support and Imaging Resources at UNC
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Mouse Models II
Resources for Mouse Phenotyping at UNC
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Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Multiple Sclerosis Activity and Progression:The Role of Neuroimaging
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Protein Production and Analysis Resources at UNC
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Rapid Analysis of NGS Data in a Secure HPC Environment
Seminar presentation from Appistry
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Next-Generation PostLight Sequencing with Semiconductor Chips
We invite you to join Dr. Jeremy Stuart of Life Technologies, to discuss next-generation PostLight™ sequencing with semiconductor chips. Ion Torrent has developed the world’s first semiconductor-based DNA sequencing technology, directly translating chemical information into digital data. DNA sequencing is performed with all natural nucleotides on Ion’s proprietary semiconductor chips, leveraging a billion years of evolution and a trillion dollars of investment to allow unprecedented scalability, speed, and costs according to Moore’s Law. Because Ion Torrent technology doesn't use light, it vastly reduces the cost and time of sequencing while still delivering next-generation sequencing throughputs. This may democratize the field of next-generation sequencing and have important implications for clinical, diagnostic, and research applications in which speed is of paramount significance.
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