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Total Results Found: 31

Total Results Found: 31

Center for Structural Biology: Biophysics Resource
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

The Biophysics Resource (BR) was established in January 2001. Our mission is to provide CCR investigators with access to both the latest instrumentation and expertise in characterizing the biophysical aspects of systems under structural investigation. The 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...

Sequencing Facility

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[tabby title="Overview"] CCR Sequencing Facility Mission: The mission of the Center for Cancer Research Sequencing Facility (CCR-SF) is to utilize high-throughput sequencing technologies to enrich cancer research and ensure that the NCI community can 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...

NCI Clinical Pharmacology Program (CPP)
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

The CPP is directly responsible for the pharmacokinetic (PK) analysis of numerous Phase I and II clinical trials conducted within the NCI. In addition, the CPP provides direct PK support for many studies performed elsewhere Read More...

NCI Synthetic Biologics Core
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

Collaborative

The research conducted within the Synthetic Biologics Core (SBC) Facility has a dual role:  1) generate chemical biology tools and drug candidates for molecular targets identified by NCI research groups and 2) develop novel effective methods and Read More...

CCR Protein Characterization Laboratory (PCL)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

Protein Characterization Laboratory (PCL) offers various technologies to CCR investigators to characterize proteins and metabolites. The laboratory develops and applies state-of-the-art analytical technologies, primarily mass spectrometry, liquid chromatography, and Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), to advance Read More...

Antibody Characterization Laboratory (ACL)
Frederick, MD

Collaborative

The Antibody Characterization Laboratory (ACL) is the laboratory responsible for the development of well-characterized monoclonal antibody reagents. The NCI’s Office of Cancer Clinical Proteomics Research funds ACL as a resource to the entire cancer Read More...

NIBIB Biomedical Engineering and Physical Science (BEPS)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The Biomedical Engineering and Physical Science (BEPS) shared resource supports NIH’s intramural basic and clinical scientists on applications of engineering, physics, imaging, measurement, and analysis. BEPS is centrally located on the main NIH campus Read More...

Laboratory of Genome Integrity (LGI): Flow Cytometry Core
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

Flow Cytometry Core (LGI) offers established technologies to support studies using flow cytometry and cell sorting. Instrumentation: 2 FACSCaliburs – 2 lasers (488, 635), LSRII – 5 lasers (355, 405, 488, 561, 635), LSR Fortessa – 4 lasers (355, 405, 488, 639), FACS Aria (standard) – 3 lasers (405, 488, 639), FACS Aria (SORP) – 3 lasers (355, 488, 639), MoFlo Astrios – 5 lasers (355, 405, 488, 561, 640), Read More...

NHLBI Biophysics Core
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

The Biophysics Core’s mission is to provide support in the study of macromolecular interactions, dynamics, and stability by offering consultations, training, professional collaborations, and instrument access. General Services: Multi-technique molecular interaction studies, Kinetic and Read More...

NCI Center for Advanced Preclinical Research (CAPR)
Frederick, MD

Collaborative

The Center for Advanced Preclinical Research (CAPR) specializes in evaluating the efficacy of preclinical compounds, existing drugs, or biologics (therapeutics) in genetically engineered mouse (GEM) models, GEM-derived allograft (GDA) models, or patient-derived mouse xenografts (PDX). Read More...

Protein Characterization Laboratory

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Protein Characterization Laboratory (PCL) offers various technologies to CCR investigators to characterize proteins and metabolites. The laboratory develops and applies state-of-the-art analytical technologies, primarily mass spectrometry, liquid chromatography, and Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), to advance Read More...

STARSseq Requests

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The STARSeq subsidy mechanism is an effort to harmonize costs across all Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) services offered by internal CCR Cores (the CCR Sequencing Facility, the Single Cell Analysis Facility, the CCR Genomics Core, Read More...

 NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx)

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The NIH Intramural Research Program Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx) The Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx) is an online CCR marketplace where investigators can search, browse, and request information for research services, technologies, or custom products (antibody 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...

Biophysics Core Facility (BCF)

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Biophysics Core Facility assists NIH investigators in measuring molecular interactions and in characterizing macromolecular properties. This includes binding studies of proteins, DNA, RNA, and their ligands in buffers, cell lysate, plasma, and other media. We Read More...

Biophysics Core Technologies

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Home About the Biophysics Core Biophysics Core Services [tabby title="Instrumentation"] NHLBI Biophysics Core The Biophysics Core Facility: Overview Core Facilities provide scientific resources, cutting-edge technologies and novel approaches to support DIR scientists. Availability of Read More...

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) – Microcal VP-DSC

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Back Services: Biophysics Facility offers DSC as an open-access instrument. First-time users must complete training before gaining access to the instrument reservation calendar. Location: Building 50, room 3123 Description: The differential scanning calorimeter measures the constant pressure 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...

Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC) – iTC200

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Back Services: Biophysics Facility offers ITC calorimeters as open-access instruments.  First-time users must complete a short training session before gaining access to the instrument reservation calendar.  Training includes performing a test experiment and Read More...

Microfluidic Diffusion Sizing (MDS) - Fluidity One-M

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Back Services: Biophysics Facility offers MDS as an open-access instrument. First-time users must complete a short training session before gaining access to the instrument reservation calendar. Training includes the KD determination of a standard molecular Read More...

Bio-Layer Interferometry (BLI) - Octet RED96

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Back Services: Biophysics Facility offers Octet as an open-access instrument.  First-time users must complete a short training session before gaining access to the instrument reservation calendar.  Training includes a full analysis of a 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.