Updated 6/16/2020: As part of the Medical School Research Reactivation Process guidelines, a wave 3 ramp-up will begin on Thursday, June 18th for labs and staff who conduct research within Med Sci I, II, Rogel Cancer Center, Brehm, Kellogg, NCRC 20, NCRC 26, NCRC 520, ARF, Buhl and NIB. Cores located within these approved buildings, along with BSRB, LSI, MSRB 1, 2, 3, MBNI, NCRC 14, 23, 35, 36, 60, 90 and NCRC 26 VIVARIUM, are participating in this next ramp-up.
For the latest Core updates, including operating procedures and hours, please visit the BRCF Research Reactivation Guidelines.
Cores are centralized facilities or labs which offer shared services, shared equipment, resources and expertise to biomedical researchers and investigators on a fee-for-service basis.
provides high-quality, low-cost DNA analysis for research clients on a recharge basis, including genotyping, gene expression analysis, DNA quantification and quality control
provides easy, on-site procurement of more than 700 different items, including enzymes, reagents, and kits used in molecular, cell biology, and some protein chemistry
offers equipment for microscopic imaging, including fluorescence microscopy, as well as scanning and transmission electron microscopy
produces transgenic mice and rats, CRISPR/Cas9 pipeline, mouse knockout models, ES cell lines, and BAC Recombineering
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Provides University of Michigan research investigators with easy, on-site procurement of enzymes, reagents, and kits used in molecular, cell biology, and some protein chemistry.
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The Biosciences Initiative and Medical School Office of Research have partnered to create a powerful, searchable database with information on research cores across campus. The new Michigan Research Cores web portal now enables researchers to easily find and identify the location and capabilities of 70 research cores across campus. Visit the site to learn more!
Zeiss Lattice Light Sheet Microscope Installed September 14th
The BRCF Microscopy Core is installing a Zeiss Lattice Light Sheet Microscope on September 14th, which was funded by the Biosciences Initiative. Lattice light sheet uses a thin sheet of light (0.5-1.0 um waist) to rapidly and gently collect high-resolution fluorescence …Services Instrumentation Breaking News
Access to old AGC Sanger data
The Michigan Advanced Genomics Core stopped performing Sanger Sequencing and Fragment Analysis in mid-March, 2020. Consequently, Sanger data from the AGC will be available until December 1, 2020, at which time it will be permanently deleted from our system. This grace …DNA Blog Posts