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Biomedical Sciences Cellular and Molecular Research Core

The CMRC is a shared facility that is available to investigators within the Department of Biomedical Sciences to conduct cellular (in vitro) and molecular experiments. All operators that use the core must go through an orientation before their first day in the facility and must comply with the core rules at all times.

A respectful and cooperative environment is the best formula for productive and successful research.   

Facility general rules

Cell culture rules:



MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR CORE FACILITY

About the Molecular and Cellular Core Facility

The Molecular and Cellular Core is a shared facility available to investigators within the Department of Biomedical Sciences to conduct cellular and molecular experiments that include but are not limited to, RT-PCR, Q-PCR, electrophoresis, DNA analysis, and Western blot analysis. The facility houses a dedicated cell culture area that is fully equipped for performing in vitro research. The core is also a source for consultation in the areas of assay optimization and aid in data acquisition. It provides a molecular training center for undergraduate and graduate students in the department.