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NICHD Zebrafish Core
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The core's goal is to help researchers of any expertise perform zebrafish experiments aimed at illuminating basic biology and human disease mechanisms, thereby advancing the NIH and NICHD 's research missions.  A typical research question Read More...

NIH ORS Division of Veterinary Resources (DVR)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The Division of Veterinary Resources’ (DVR) mission is to contribute to the advancement of NIH biomedical research programs by providing excellence in animal care, customer service, and specialized research services to support intramural research efforts. Read More...

NCI LASP Genome Modification Core (GMC)
Frederick, MD

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Collaborative

NCI LASP Genome Modification Core (GMC) is a CCR-dedicated facility that provides advice, training, and reagents to NCI scientists seeking to utilize CRISPR and other nucleases to generate genome modifications in primary cells, cell lines, Read More...

CCR Intravital Microscopy Core

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Background: Intravital microscopy (IVM) is one of the most powerful imaging approaches aimed at visualizing cellular processes in live animals under both physiological and pathological conditions. The development of a broad variety of transgenic animals Read More...

Animal Resource Program (ARP)
Bethesda, MD

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The CCR Animal Resource Program (ARP) plans, develops, and coordinates laboratory animal resources for CCR’s research programs. We also provide training, imaging, and technology development in support of moving basic discoveries to the clinic. Read More...

NCI LASP Animal Diagnostic Lab (ADL)
Frederick, MD

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The Animal Diagnostic Laboratory (ADL) provides a full range of diagnostic capabilities, including microbiological cultures on various culture medium, microscopic screening for parasites such as mites and pinworms, molecular detection of pathogens, serological evaluation of Read More...

NCI LASP Small Animal Imaging Program (SAIP)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

The function of the SAIP is to collaborate with NCI investigators in the development of mouse models, new molecular imaging probes for early detection and therapy, monitor tumors in vivo, and perform drug efficacy studies Read More...

NCI LASP Animal Research Technology Support (ARTS)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

NCI LASP Animal Research Technology Support (ARTS) provides customized technical support for basic and translational animal-based research to the scientific community. We offer a wide array of services ranging from expert colony management to the 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 16,000 electronic journals, 180,000 eBooks, and 55 databases., Training classes covering topics such as bioinformatics, Read More...

DCTD Tumor Repository
Frederick, MD

Collaborative

The Developmental Therapeutics Program (DTP) within NCI's Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnostics (DCTD), has maintained a low temperature repository of transplantable in vivo-derived tumors and in vitro-established tumor cell lines from various species. This 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...

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...

Comparative Oncology Program (COP)
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

The COP evaluates novel therapies in pet dogs with cancer to improve outcomes for human patients and established the Comparative Oncology Trial Consortium (COTC), a collaborative effort of NCI and extramural comparative oncology centers at 19 Read More...

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

Core Facility

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...

NCI Molecular Cytogenetics Core Facility
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

Molecular Cytogenetics Core Facility facilitates the assessment of structural and numerical genomic changes in pre-cancer and cancer research models. This core provides comprehensive support for the cytogenetic analysis of cells from human and research animal Read More...

CCR Genomics Core
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

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 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...

Nanotechnology Characterization Lab
Frederick, MD

Collaborative

NCI established the Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL) to support the extramural research community to accelerate the progress of nanomedicine by providing preclinical characterization and safety testing of nanoparticles. It is a collaborative effort between NCI, Read More...

CCR Optical Microscopy and Analysis Lab (OMAL)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

Collaborative

OMAL focuses its research and development activities to quantitatively understand the molecular basis of three-dimensional (3D) cell organization, motility, invasion, and differentiation using fixed samples and live, 3D tissue culture models (i.e., translational models). Read More...

Center for Inherited Disease Research (CIDR)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

Established Technologies SNP Genotyping Using Illumina Infinium chemistries and Affymetrix Axiom chemistry, investigators have a wealth of genotyping study design options available to them. We currently offer production scale linkage, GWAS and custom SNP genotyping Read More...

NIH Clinical Center Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The PET Department at the NIH Clinical Center has three PET scanners dedicated to clinical research. In addition, the facility has three medical cyclotrons and 10 hot cells to produce a wide variety of positron-emitting radiopharmaceuticals. Read More...

NHLBI Murine Phenotyping Core
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

The NHLBI Murine Phenotyping Core carries out physiologic and behavioral testing in a diversity of mouse models for NHLBI and other NIH institutes. Established Technologies: Cardiovascular Phenotyping, Metabolic Phenotyping, Pulmonary Phenotyping, Behavioral Phenotyping, Exercise Physiology, Read More...

NCI Blood Processing Core
Bethesda, MD

Core Facility

The Blood Processing Core monitors viral load in patients with HIV and performs sequential studies using samples obtained from patients with cancer, AIDS, chronic granulomatous disease, or other diseases associated with immunologic dysfunction. The core 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...

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...

NCI LASP Gnotobiotics Facility (GF)
Frederick, MD

Core Facility

The Laboratory Animal Sciences Program (LASP) of the Frederick National Laboratory operates a Gnotobiotics Facility (GF) to support research focused on the role of microbiota in cancer inflammation, pathogenesis, and treatment response. The GF can 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...

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...

Antibody Engineering Program
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

The Antibody Engineering Program (AEP) is part of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The program focuses on generating therapeutic antibodies by phage display technology, including single domain antibodies ( Read More...

STRIDES Initiative
Bethesda, MD

Trans NIH Facility

The Science and Technology Research Infrastructure for Discovery, Experimentation, and Sustainability (STRIDES) Initiative The STRIDES Initiative aims to help NIH and its institutes, centers, and offices (ICOs) accelerate biomedical research by reducing barriers in utilizing 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...

NCI Patient-Derived Models Repository (PDMR)
Bethesda, MD

Collaborative

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is developing a national repository of Patient-Derived Models (PDMs) comprised of patient-derived xenografts (PDXs), in vitro patient-derived tumor cell cultures (PDCs) and cancer associated fibroblasts (CAFs) as well as patient-derived 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...

STARS Submission Instructions

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The Supplemental Technology Award Review System (STARS) can be used to request supplemental technology funding to offset exceptional experiment costs (e.g., core or vendor services or specialized reagents) in support of ongoing CCR research. 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...

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...

Antibody​​ Engineering Program

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The Antibody Engineering Program (AEP) is part of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The program focuses on generating therapeutic antibodies by phage display technology, including human antibodies and Read More...

December 2021

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CREx News & Updates December 2021 Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More Site Spotlight FACILITY HIGLIGHTS Learn more about services from the STRIDES Initiative. VIEW STRIDES INITIATIVE NIH Cores Read More...

February 2022 Newsletter

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CREx News & Updates February 2022 Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More Site Spotlight ORS Division of Veterinary Resources (DVR) DVR is the central NIH lab animal support program 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...

 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...

July 2022 Newsletter

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CREx News & Updates July 2022 Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More Click below to learn how easy it is to navigate the CREx platform. These short videos will 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...

October Newsletter 2022-2

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October 6, 2022 crex.nih.gov CREx Monthly Newsletter Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More Science & Technology Seminars and Training Events Upcoming Seminars and Educational Opportunities The following Read More...

STARS

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OSTR offers three 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 dedicated Cores and outside vendors.