Arizona Genetics Core offers access to resources and services to help investigators, educators, students and the biotech community conduct and promote research in the field of genomics. AZGC provides a wide range of molecular biology services and support ranging from Complete Solutions to fee-per-use services.
TBIR serves as a university-wide resource for pre-clinical biomedical imaging. The resource has the capability to image small biological constructs, small and large animals, and humans. For imaging small biological constructs and small animals the TBIR includes intra-vital microscopy, MRI, ultrasound, CT, PET, SPECT, and bioluminescence. For imaging larger animals and humans the resource includes MRI and ultrasound. The resource includes personnel to help you with project development and to help you use the equipment.
We provide prototype machining, designing, fabrication, welding, consultation, instructional support, and community outreach programs. The MWC introduces innovative applications to research and development sectors including faculty, staff, students, and private industry.
The Micro/Nano Fabrication Center, or MNFC, offers industrial space and facilities, device processing, and characterization equipment to researchers from academia, federal agencies, and the private sector.
We provide access, training, and ongoing support for users of a wide range of optical (light) microscopes. From stereo and widefield microscopes to more advanced techniques like confocal, multiphoton and superresolution, the facility and the managers are available to provide technical support and consultation to advance scientific inquiry and aid in experimental design.
The core facility is a full service lab providing access to advanced expertise in Biological Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) related research, from consultation to imaging service and training to faculty, scientists and students on campus, external research institutions and industrial community. We receive previously fixed samples, prepare them for TEM, negative staining and immunoelectron microscopy techniques, and perform ultramicrotomy, digital imaging and interpretation of results.
The Functional Genomics Core’s mission is to provide researchers at the University of Arizona with the capacity to run high-throughput compound/drug, RNAi, and deletion library based screens for the purpose of network analysis, drug and/or target discovery. We will work with you to develop or optimize an assay, carryout a screen and/or analyze the data. The equipment in the laboratory is also available for general (low-throughput) use.
We offer flow cytometry and cell sorting instrumentation and expertise, as well as immune profiling of clinical samples. These combined cores support academic research all the way from basic science to translation and clinical trials.
We supply cryogenic liquids, gases, and dry ice across campus and outside the University. With our knowledgeable and experienced team, this facility is the designated provider for all such products at UArizona.
At the Analytical & Biological Mass Spectrometry Facility (ABMS), we have state-of-the-art equipment and unparalleled expertise for the analysis of a variety of biological and small molecules. One of our specializations includes protein-analysis encompassing: protein identification, protein and peptide sequence confirmation, intact protein molecular weight determination, complex protein sample analysis, and protein/antibody-drug interactions.
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