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Hours of Operation/Sample Dropoff

Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm
or call for special arrangements.

We provide a sample drop off freezer if no one is available to take your samples. Instructions and a form are available in the Main lab.

Announcement Archive
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Opened in 2000, the Gene Expression and Genotyping Facility is one of many Core Facilities operated by the Comprehensive Cancer Center at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.  Our Facility provides resources and services for gene expression and genotyping studies utilizing the Affymetrix and Applied Biosystems platforms. In addition, the Core prepares libraries for Next Generation Sequencing, assesses nucleic quality & quantity and will work with investigators to address specialized needs centered around technologies involving nucleic acids.

 

Announcements

Posted:10/6/2014 - Facility Holiday Schedule:

The Facility will be closed for Thanksgiving, November 27 & 28.

The Facility will be closed for Christmas, from December 22 - January 2. We will reopen on January 5, 2015.

Please note. The final date for sample drop off is December 8. Depending on factors such as sample queue, sample number and protocol requested, we will try to complete samples before our closing date on December 22. Otherwise, samples will be completed in 2015.


Posted:9/12/2014 - Affymetrix Transcriptome (XTA) Array Promotion:

Now through December 15, you can purchase bundled reagents and XTA arrays (Human or Mouse) at a deep discount. The GEGF already has discounted pricing for XTA bundles, but this promotion reflects additional savings. Bundles are available in 10 or 30 packs.

With processing charges from GEGF, the final per sample cost would be:

  • $469 per sample for fresh frozen samples. [Promotion provides a $45 per sample Savings]
  • $516 per sample for FFPE samples. [Promotion provides a $73 per sample Savings]

Contact Martina Veigl if you would like to make a purchase or learn more about this technology.


Posted:7/30/2014 - Biorad Experion no longer available. The Core utilizes only the Agilent Tape Station for Nucleic Acid Fragment Analysis.

The facility no longer has utilizes the Biorad Experion for nucleic acid fragment analysis. We exclusively utilize Agilent's Tape Station, and stock standard and high sensitivity tape for both RNA and DNA.


Posted:7/1/2014 - New RNA High Sensitivity Assay available for Tape Station.

The facility now offers the High Sensitivity RNA Assay for the Agilent Tape Station. Please visit the RNA analysis page for more information and pricing.