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Genomics Resource Laboratory

Lab offers a range of analytical services, including: genotyping platforms (microsatellite and SNP analyses); an E-GENE capillary sequencing for size separation of unlabelled PCR products to 2-bp resolution; and gel electrophoresis for SSCP, DGGE, TGGE, and related native and denaturing electrophoresis protocols. Researchers from UMass Amherst, the Five Colleges Consortium and the greater Pioneer Valley scientific community, and beyond are invited to inquire about how to access these services.

Department(s): 

Biology
Shared Resource

College/Unit: 

Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Vice Provost for Research

Contact: 

Stephen Rich

Location: 

B2 Fernald Hall

Resources: 

Two liquid-handling robots and specialized software (EMBOSS, Sequencher; Staden package; Bioedit; FinchTV; MxPro for Stratagene; Totallab analysis for gel image).

Availability: 

Public

Research: 

Computational Biology Laboratory

The UMass Amherst Computational Biology Lab in the Department of Computer Science is concerned with computational and modeling problems behind many of the major questions in molecular biology and genetics. Our bioinformatics research involves the use of machine learning, modeling, and optimization techniques for DNA and protein sequence analysis.

Department(s): 

Computer Science
Shared Resource

College/Unit: 

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Contact: 

David Kulp, Oliver Brock

Location: 

Computer Science Building

Availability: 

Public

Research: