RUCDR Service Partners
Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ
The Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey’s Functional Genomics Shared Resource is a centralized, high quality, cost-effective facility providing comprehensive genomic and transcriptomic analysis of biospecimens in collaboration with RUCDR Infinite Biologics.
The shared resource aims to provide investigators with:
- Integrative consultation on experimental design, bioinformatics, and data analysis prior to initiation of experiments
- High quality extraction of DNA and RNA from biological samples
- Massively parallel, high-throughput next generation sequence analysis to support research in genomic sequencing, gene expression profiling (RNA-seq), and epigenetics, including changes in DNA methylation (methyl-C(bisulphite)-Seq) and chromatin modification/remodeling (ChIP-seq)
- Custom gene expression analysis on DNA microarray-based and RT-PCR platforms
- A highly flexible range of services from single task to comprehensive, depending on the need and experience of the individual investigator
- Data analysis support through the Bioinformatics Shared Resource to ensure seamless data collection, management and analysis
- An ongoing system of quality control and validation at all steps of research projects
- Series of lectures and workshops designed to disseminate knowledge and research applications of Next Generation DNA sequencing and gene expression analysis to Cancer Institute of New Jersey investigators and collaborators.
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