Advanced Genomics and Next Generation Sequencing
Welcome To DNA Sequencing Core
The University of Michigan DNA Sequencing Core Genomic Analysis Services, part of the Biomedical Research Core Facilities within the Office of Research, provides high-quality, low-cost advanced genomic analysis for research clients on a recharge basis. The Core occupies approximately 10,000 square feet of laboratory space in the North Campus Research Complex, with 30 highly trained individuals on staff to help you. We operate a wide variety of instruments that perform DNA sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis, DNA quantification, Next-Generation Sequencing and quality control.
The DNA Sequencing Core is growing and changing to adapt to the latest technologies and trends on a daily basis. We are a full-service Core, and work closely with our investigators to meet their needs and make their research as successful as possible.
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Explore New Technologies at the BRCF Genomics Showcase
Join the BRCF for a Genomics Showcase on Thursday, June 13 to explore the rapidly evolving technologies, applications, and platforms available in the genomics space, including single cell analysis, ATAQ-Seq, epigenetics, high-throughput sequencing applications, and more. Thursday, June 13, 2019 …Event
Mark your calendars for the return of Researchpalooza! Join the BRCF and the UMMS Office of Research for Researchpalooza during the annual Michigan Medicine Ice Cream Social, with 80+ exhibitors from labs and offices of the Medical School and across …Event
DNA Sequencing Core Decommissioning the HiSeq4000
In order to focus on new and emerging technologies, the DNA Sequencing Core will be discontinuing HiSeq4000 services on June 15, 2019. Samples requiring HiSeq4000 sequencing should be submitted as soon as possible to ensure adequate time for processing prior …DNA Blog Posts Breaking News
In Focus: Using Single Cell Analysis to Study the Role of Immune Cells in Bone Regeneration
Dr. Benjamin Levi Single cell analysis–studying genomics at the level of a single cell–has been an important tool for researchers like Benjamin Levi, MD–Assistant Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery and Director of the Burn/Trauma and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory. …Research Profiles