The new 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 standard RNA-Seq protocol.
The following equipment is now 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.