SKCCC Microarray Core

 

The Experimental and Computational Genomics Core (ECGC) at SKCCC now includes new capabilities for Agilent and Illumina EPIC array analysis, Next Generation Sequencing, and Bioinformatics in order to provide integrated services and educational opportunities for the Oncology Center and the broader Johns Hopkins University community.Overview of Services

Overview of Services

  • Agilent 60-mer oligo arrays with single or dual-color labeling which allows for RNA differential expression, DNA copy number alteration, and gene regulation at promoter regions.
  • Illumina iScan and BeadChip service provides array tools to detect genome-scale differential DNA methylation and copy number variation (CNV)/single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) using genotyping assays.
  • In-house array printing service offers custom oligonucleotide, PCR fragment, or DNA clone spottingonto glass slides.

Our services include assistance with your experimental design, as well as RNA or DNA isolation from a variety of biological samples.

 

Leadership

Kornel Schuebel, Ph.D.

Resource Director

kschueb1@jhmi.edu

410-614-0445

 

Leslie Cope, Ph.D.

Computational Biology and Biostatistics

lcope1@jhmi.edu

 

Jennifer Meyers

Senior Lab Manager

Jmeyers6@jhmi.edu

 

Hai Xu

Specialist/Senior Technician

hxu1@jhmi.edu

 

Liping Suo

Lab Technician

lsuo1@jhmi.edu

 

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

9 am - 5pm

Monday - Friday

 

ECGC

CRB2, 113

 

Map

 

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Kornel Scheubel, PhD
Resource Director
 
410-614-0445
 
kschueb1@jhmi.edu
 

 

Price List


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CGH Array (2)
DNA-Methylation (3)
Data Analysis (1)
Expression Array (5)
SNP/CNV (1)
Sample Isolation/Preparation/Quality Check (8)
Training/Instruction (1)
qPCR validation (1)