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BD Genomics Rhapsody System

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Total end-to-end system for single-cell research [embed]https://youtu.be/vMzhSzg1rUw[/embed] The BD Rhapsody Single-Cell Analysis system empowers and streamlines your research with a complete system of tools, including reagents and analysis software, Read More...

NanoString GeoMX Digital Spatial Profiler

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Biomarker Discovery with Morphological Context:  Changing how tissue specimens are analyzed < https://youtu.be/mVhfZq8ppbc What is Digital Spatial Profiling? GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler is a novel platform developed by NanoString. Digital Spatial Read More...

CCR Genomics Core
Bethesda, MD

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The CCR Genomics Core is located in Building 41 on the NIH Bethesda campus. The primary goal of the Core is to provide investigators from CCR/NCI and other NIH Institutes access to genomic technologies and Read More...

CCR Genomics Technology Laboratory (GTL)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

The Genomics Technology Laboratory is an integrated, high-throughput molecular biology laboratory focusing on the development of genetics and genomics technologies, data analysis, and information management tools, in support of CCR Investigators. The laboratory develops integrated Read More...

CLIA Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory
Frederick, Maryland

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Mutation Detection:: For PCR and Sanger sequencing both testing and bioinformatics interpretation are conducted. This method is currently being used in patients with chronic granulomatous disease (CGD), WHIM syndrome, and other autoimmune disorders. Because Sanger Read More...

CHTN Mid-Atlantic Division (University of Virginia)
Charlottesville, VA

Trans NIH Facility

The Mid-Atlantic CHTN is one of six participating divisions of the Cooperative Human Tissue Network (CHTN) and is based in the Pathology Department at the University of Virginia. While primarily a resource for cancer researchers, Read More...

NIH Mouse Imaging Facility (MIF)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The MIF was established as a pilot project to provide the NIH intramural community access to modern radiological imaging methods optimized for studying mice (and other animals) and to advance state-of-the-art small animal imaging. The Read More...

NCI LASP Mouse Modeling & Cryopreservation (MMC)
Frederick, MD

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The Mouse Modeling Core assists NIH investigators by generating and preserving genetically-engineered mouse strains. Services include scientific consultation, gene-targeting in mouse embryonic stem cells, micro-injection of nucleic acids, proteins, or ES cells into mouse embryos, Read More...

Molecular Pathology Unit
Bethesda, Maryland

Collaborative

Trans NIH Facility

The Molecular Pathology Unit is intended to spearhead opportunities for bridging basic and clinical research efforts by more precisely optimizing the development, characterization and utilization of models of human disease. The initiative approach includes both Read More...

NIH ORS Medical Arts Branch (MAB)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

MAB provides visual communication solutions across all media to the entire NIH community. Our Medical Illustration section provides a complete range of biomedical visualization services including Manuscript/textbook figures, Infographics, 3D modeling, Animation, Technical diagrams, Read More...

NIH Biowulf Computational Cluster
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The NIH Biowulf Cluster provides researchers with a world-class system to assist in solving complex biomedical problems as diverse as gene variation in worldwide human populations, deep learning to model protein structures, and PET brain Read More...

NIH ORS Division of Library Services (DLS) - Resources
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The NIH Library is a biomedical research library, whose collection and services are available at no cost to NIH staff: Electronic Resources: Over 20,000 electronic journals, 190,000 eBooks, and 50 databases., Training classes covering topics such as bioinformatics, Read More...

NIH Clinical Center Pharmacy Department - Pharmacy Services
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The NIH Clinical Center Pharmacy Department provides pharmaceutical care to inpatients and outpatients on NIH intramural research protocols at the NIH Clinical Center. The Clinical Center facility encompasses 200 inpatient beds, 93 day-hospital stations, and 15 clinics. Clinical Read More...

NIH MRI Research Facility (NMRF)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The NIH MRI Research Facility (NMRF) is a shared, intramural resource for human imaging studies. The NMRF is supported by all Institutes at NIH and reports to the Shared Resources Subcommittee (SRS) of the Scientific Read More...

CCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource (CCBR)
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

Collaborative

The CCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource (CCBR) is a centrally-funded resource group which provides a mechanism for CCR researchers to obtain many different types of bioinformatics assistance to further their research goals. The group has expertise Read More...

CCR Sequencing Facility
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

The introduction of DNA sequencing instruments capable of producing millions of DNA sequence reads in a single run has profoundly altered the landscape of genetics and cancer biology. Complex questions can now be answered at Read More...

The CCR Microscopy Core
Bethesda, MARYLAND

Core Facility

Collaborative

The CCR Microscopy Core provides NCI investigators access to state-of-the-art imaging tools and techniques, including light sheet fluorescence, high-resolution confocal, multi-photon, and super-resolution microscopy. The mission of the CCR Microscopy Core Facility is to support Read More...

EIB Confocal Microscopy Facility
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

EIB Microscopy Facility has following instruments: 1) Abberior STEDYCON super-resolution (STED) microscope; 2) Zeiss LSM 880-NLO confocal / two-photon system; 3) Yokogawa CSU-W1 spinning disck confocal microscope and 4) Zeiss AxioObserver Z1 wide field microscope. As a multi-user facility, the Read More...

NIA Nonhuman Primate Core
Poolesville, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The NIA Nonhuman Primate (NHP) Core Facility maintains a large colony of aging rhesus macaques at the National Institutes of Health Animal Center. The Core program was established in 2012 to support the experimental goals of Read More...

CCR Single Cell Analysis Facility (SCAF)
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

The rapid advancement of single-cell technology has provided new powerful tools to answer many biological questions, such as identifying new or rare cell populations and characterizing the complexities of tumor heterogeneity.  Realizing the great potential Read More...

Chemistry and Synthesis Center
Rockville, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The Chemistry and Synthesis Center (CSC) of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) provides IRP scientists with targeted imaging probes and chemical tools that help accelerate cell based assays, in vivo imaging studies, Read More...

CCR Spatial Imaging Technology Resource (SpITR)
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

Collaborative

The Spatial Imaging Technology Resource (formerly the Nanoscale Protein Analysis Section of the Collaborative Protein Technology Resource or CPTR) provides expertise and service in state-of-the-art protein analysis technologies to advance CCR research in basic discovery Read More...

NIH Intramural CryoEM Consortium (NICE)
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

Trans NIH Facility

NIH Intramural CryoEM Consortium (NICE) serves intramural investigators in all NIH IC’s. NICE provides access to state-of-the-art Titan Krios cryo-electron microscopes for atomic-resolution structure determination of protein, macromolecular complexes, membrane receptors, cellular organelles, and Read More...

NCI Artificial Intelligence Resource (AIR)
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

The goal of Artificial Intelligence Resource (AIR) is to make AI tools available to Clinical Cancer Research (CCR) investigators. The strength of AI is that algorithms can be trained to seek specific information that may Read More...

NCI Genetics Branch: OMICS Technology Facility
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

Our operational objectives are to provide state-of-the-art OMICS technologies in support of the Genetics Branch (GB) investigators and collaborators. Research Services: Wet Lab • Single cell isolation from fresh, frozen and FFPE tissue • DNA/RNA extractions Read More...

NCI Center for Structural Biology: Protein Technology Core
Frederick, MD

Collaborative

The primary objective of the Protein Technology Core (PTC) is to establish an experimental screening pipeline for single-domain antibodies termed nanobodies. Nanobodies are antibody fragments consisting of a single monomeric variable antibody domain. The PTC, Read More...

STARS Request

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Supplemental Technology Award Review System (STARS) Overview STARS Request Form STARS System The Supplemental Technology Award Review System (STARS) is a web-based interface for submission and review of S&S supplement requests by CCR Read More...

Genomics Technology Laboratory

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The Genomics Laboratory (formerly Laboratory of Molecular Technology) is an integrated, high-throughput molecular biology laboratory focusing on the development of genetics and genomics technologies, together with associated laboratory automation systems, data analysis, and information management Read More...

Genetics, Genomics, and Epigenetics

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NanoString Technology The nCounter® Analysis System is an automated, multi-application, digital detection and counting system which directly profiles up to 800 molecules simultaneously from a single sample using a novel barcoding technology. Profile hundreds of mRNAs, Read More...

Large STARS Submission Instructions

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Large STARS can be used to request supplemental funding exceeding $8,000 to offset experimental costs (e.g., core or vendor services or specialized reagents).  Applications require detailed scientific and budgetary justification and must be proposed in Read More...

Protein Expression Laboratory

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Protein Expression Laboratory The Protein Expression Laboratory develops, improves, and delivers protein-centric services. Our goal is to help client investigators achieve their research goals with the lowest possible cost in the shortest time. All PEL Read More...

Electron Microscopy

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Electron Microscopy Laboratory (EML) The EML offers investigators access to unique expertise and EM technologies that allow our partners to explore new avenues of research to enhance the knowledge of biological systems. To assist our Read More...

CLIA Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory (CMDL)

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The CLIA Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory (CMDL) provides an array of services for groups at the NIH Clinical Center, Fort Detrick, and Hood College, among others. They support cancer- and disease-related research by making Read More...

Sequencing Facility

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[tabby title="Overview"] CCR Sequencing Facility Please Note: Due to the budget and personnel reduction, starting May 20th, 2024 and until further notice, the Sequencing Facility will no longer be providing the Single Cell Services listed Read More...

Single Cell Analysis

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Single Cell Analysis Facility (SCAF) The rapid advancement of single-cell technology has provided new powerful tools to answer many biological questions, such as identifying new or rare cell populations and characterizing the complexities of tumor Read More...

Artificial Intelligence Resource (AIR)

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[tabby title="Home"] About AIR A CCR Initiative for Researchers Artificial Intelligence Resource (AIR) is a collaborative research group focusing on developing translational computer vision-based AI models for cancer research in the CCR. Mission: The Read More...

CCR Intravital Microscopy Core

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June 2021

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CREx News & Updates June 2021 Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx) News Site Spotlight FACILITY HIGHLIGHTS Visit here to learn about services from Read More...

July 2021

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CREx News & Updates July 2021   Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx) News Site Spotlight FACILITY HIGHLIGHTS Learn more about services from the NHLBI Read More...

Center for Advanced Tissue Imaging (CAT-I)

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The Center for Advanced Tissue Imaging (CAT-I) is an NIAID and NCI supported effort involving collaborative studies between experts in the Laboratory of Immune System Biology, DIR, NIAID and investigators in the DIR, NIAID and Read More...

March 2022 Newsletter

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CREx News & Updates March 2022 Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More Site Spotlight NIA Nonhuman Primate Core The NIA Nonhuman Primate Core supports multi-disciplinary translational aging projects for Read More...

NICE-NIH Intramural CryoEM Consortium

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[tabby title="Home"] About NICE-NIH Intramural CryoEM Consortium  NICE is a resource available to intramural investigators in NCI, NIAID, NIEHS, NICHD, NIDCR, NEI, and NIA.  Our facility provides access to a state-of-the-art Titan Krios cryo Read More...

Technology Video Library

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The OSTR offers cutting-edge technology platforms to the CCR scientific community through centralized facilities. The videos accessed through this page are designed to introduce the various scientific methodologies OSTR makes available through the cores on Read More...

January 2023 Newsletter

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CREx Monthly Newsletter Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More New Resources on CREx NIH NeuroBioBank (NBB) The NBB provides researchers with access to human post-mortem brain tissue Read More...

Biophysics Core Services

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Home About the Biophysics Core Biophysics Core Technologies We provide consultations and advice on the applications of biophysical methods. If you would like to discuss the requirements of a particular technique or consider selecting the Read More...

March 2023 Newsletter

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CREx Monthly Newsletter Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More New Resources on CREx NCI CLIA Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory (CMDL) The NCI CMDL is available to assist all Read More...

April 2023 Newsletter

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CREx Monthly Newsletter Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More New Resources on CREx Interested in imaging large scale biological samples?  Volume electron microscopy allows for Read More...

Multi-Angle Light Scattering (MALS)

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Back Services: We offer a limited sample processing service using standard SEC-MALS and FFF protocols.  This service is intended for the occasional users of this system.  Researchers who expect to use this instrument Read More...

Fluorescence – PTI/Horiba QuantaMaster

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Back Services: Biophysics Facility offers fluorometers as open-access instruments.  First-time users must complete a short training session before gaining access to the instrument reservation calendar. Location: Building 50, room 3226 Description: Some substances reemit light after Read More...

STARS

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OSTR offers two distinct supplemental funding mechanisms for CCR PI’s to request additional funds for technologies and research services requiring exceptional costs. Eligible expenses include services from Cores and outside vendors.  A third program ( Read More...

Spatial Biology

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Employing spatial biology techniques enables acquisition of transcript and protein data from intact tissue sections, and in turn, spatial distribution information and cellular interaction patterns are revealed.

Spatial Biology

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Employing spatial biology techniques enables acquisition of transcript and protein data from intact tissue sections, and in turn, spatial distribution information and cellular interaction patterns are revealed.