The Genomics Research Unit (GRU) provides TAU researchers with all the facilities to design and execute Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) projects.
Here you will have access to state-of-the-art genomic technologies and receive end-to-end assistance; from experiment design to practice, followed by Bioinformatics analysis at the TAU Bioinformatics Unit.
We offer guidelines and training for non-experienced users and enable independent work for trained users.
We further provide practical training workshops for several standard library preparation protocols.
NEW! perform your Single-cell library preparation at the Single Cell Genomics Core (SCGC) at the Sackler faculty of Medicine and sequence your libraries at our unit.
The following equipment is available in our unit:
NextSeq 500 (Illumina)
QX200 Digital Droplet PCR (Bio-Rad)
TapeStation 4200 (Agilent)
Qubit 3.0 Fluorometer (Invitrogen)
Bioruptor Pico (diagenode)
BluePippin (sage science)
To help you get started we offer free consultation meetings for different high-throughput genomic projects.
For more information please contact us.