The Genomics Core Facility at the University of Utah provides a variety of cost effective genotyping services to researchers on campus and around the world. SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) genotyping and microsatellite (short tandem repeat) genotyping are the primary methods that our facility employs to provide genotyping analysis. Several platforms for both SNP genotyping and microsatellite genotyping are available to meet individual project needs, allowing cost effective results for projects ranging in scale from single sites to whole genomes. In addition to genotyping, these platforms can be used for copy number variation and whole genome methylation analysis. The Genomics Core Facility also offers training and real time PCR instrument access for researches interested in performing gene expression studies ranging from single targets to hundreds of genes.
Any researcher performing studies involving SNP genotyping, microsatellite STR genotyping, copy number variation, methylation, or gene expression is encouraged to contact the Genomics Core Facility to discuss the most appropriate and cost effective platform to achieve their study goals.
If you would like to make a reservation to use our equipment or services or order supplies, please go to resource.cores.utah.edu.