October 2021

CREx News & Updates October 2021

Learn about the NIH Collaborative Research Exchange (CREx), Core Facilities, Webinars, & More

Site Spotlight


Learn more about services from the CPTR Mass Spec Core.

NIH Cores


Access services and the expertise of Trans-NIH Cores, available to all NIH investigators

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NIH Shared Instrumentation


Access a growing list of shared instruments available to all NIH investigators

We encourage you to submit details and access information for any equipment from your laboratory or Core that you are willing to share with your NIH colleagues.

Need to add or update an instrument? Use this form: Shared Instruments

Features on CREx


CREx is now even easier to use with a new and improved storefront. We have simplified the navigation menu to make finding resources faster and more intuitive. Check it out today!

New Research Areas on CREx


Identify, sequence, and quantify proteins in biological samples using various mass spectrometry techniques. Mass spectrometry services and advice for proteome interrogation are available through NIH cores and outside vendors.

NIH Cores with Mass Spectrometry Based Proteomics Experience:

For more facilities offering Mass Spectrometry Based Proteomics by visiting CREx Today

CREx Resources

CREx Support Team

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CREx Training

Want to learn more? Schedule a 1 on 1 or group training session today!

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Events, Webinars & Technology Media


The following events showcase technologies and capabilities of NIH Cores, collaborative facilities, and external vendors present on CREx.

WED OCT 27th, 2:00-3:15PM EST


The Mass Spectrometry panel discussion, hosted by the NIH Library and CREx Management Team, will provide researchers across the NIH with information about resources available to them and ideas about what types of questions can be addressed. The panel is comprised of facility heads from mass spectrometry cores in NCI, NIAID, NIDCR, and NINDS. Combined, these panelists offer a wide range of mass spectrometry expertise and instrumentation for various experimental questions. (Click here to find NIH mass spectrometry experts on CREx)

THURS OCT 28th, 12:00-1:00PM EST


This Cancer Moonshot Seminar will share research supported by the Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN) focusing on the generation of an integrative single-cell atlas of host and microenvironment in colorectal neoplastic transformation. (click here to find NIH single cell analysis experts on CREx)

TUE OCT 26th, 11:00AM-12:00PM EST

Speaker: Yamini Dalal
Title: Senior Investigator, Group Director
Organization: Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression, NCI, NIH
(Click here to browse NIH Cores with expertise in epigenomic analysis on CREx)

WED OCT 13th, 9:30-10:30AM EST


Overview of MetaCore use for data mining, functional enrichment, pathway mapping and workflow performance. (click here for MetaCore software at the NIH Library)

TUE OCT 19th, 9:30-10:30AM EST


MetaCore use for gene comparisons, pathway map and network construction, and multi-omics data analysis. (click here for MetaCore software at the NIH Library)

THURS OCT 28th, 1:00-4:00PM EST


Use of CGC to browse, query, and filter datasets for downstream analysis. (click here for NCI Cloud Resources)

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