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Many hundreds of samples will have to be assayed.
Assays include immunocapture of circulating colonocytes followed by RT-PCR and the above-mentioned EXACT assay to detect mutant/altered DNA in serum.
Other functional assays that we routinely use in the lab include cell aggregation and adhesion strength assays, anchorage-independent growth assays, immunofluorescence and live imaging of microinject...
This includes screening assays, such as ELISA or Western blot, or animal immunizations.
If the test is available on an existing platform in the Immunochemical Core, the core can perform the assay if the number of samples is sufficient and with minimum validation.
Tissue types Whole blood Bone marrow Lymph node Tissue (any) Tumor Spleen Tail or ear Cell lines Animal models Human Mouse Dog Rat Pig Culture systems Suspension Monolayer Feeder layer In situ chemotaxis assay (ISCA) Direct preparati...
Services - Cytogenetics Core - Mayo Clinic Research Core Resources Cytogenetics Core Sections Overview Faculty and Staff Services Cell Culture Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization OncoScan Assay Probe Production Routine Analysis Equipm...
For novel assay development, the core evaluates each project on an individual basis.
Given the labor involved in these traditional assays, the lab has recently optimized fluorescence and luciferase luminescence imaging to track ligands, vector particles and gene delivery in vivo.
Study IDs Site IRB Rochester, Minnesota: 11-001828 Sponsor Protocol Number: 11-001828 About this study The purpose of this study is to develop and validate full gene-sequencing assays or known mutation sequencing assays...
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