Genomics and DNA sequencing
together genomics facilities across UCL, spanning 5 institutes, UCL
Genomics provides access to a range of powerful genomics technologies and
expertise. Support covers the whole process, from grant application, through experimental
design and application development, to data analysis.
UCL Genomics offers next generation sequencing (Illumina and Roche), genotyping and gene expression (Illumina, Affymetrix, Agilent and Nanostring).
NGS Conference Tuesday 26 March 2013
UCL Life Sciences Domain and UCL Genetics Institute will be holding a Next Generation Sequencing Conference on Tuesday 26th March 2013 at the Institute of Child Health. The event is free of charge however you are required to book tickets for all relevant sessions (morning session is only open to UCL staff and postgraduate students and must be booked with UCL email address).
To reserve your tickets and further information please visit:
Inst. Child Health Microarray and High Throughput Sequencing Facility
Operational for over 10 years the Microarray and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) facility at the Institute of Child Health uses the most up-to-date equipment to support your genomic research requirements.
GOSgene aims to identify novel gene defects in patients and families with inherited disorders using cutting-edge technologies including linkage analysis and next generation sequencing.
Inst. Neurology Next Generation Sequencing
The NGS facility at IoN has Illumina HiSeq and MiSeq systems and also offers support for data analysis.
UCL Genetics Institute
The UGI provides an outreach service for core support in bioinformatics and statistical
genetics which is available to UCL and its partners.
Molecular Biology facilities, Biosciences
The Molecular Biology facilities in the Division of Biosciences comprises a number of laboratories offering a range of techniques including Sanger sequencing and genotyping.
Scientific Support Services, WIBR/Cancer
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