Micromon’s DNA sequencing service is one of the key core facilities in Australia and has a nationwide reputation for its high quality data and reliable, customer-focused service. Micromon has an established high-throughput sequencing facility utilising Illumina Next-generation platform technology.
Melbourne Translational Genomics Platform will make genome analysis capabilities available to researchers of the University and precinct, accelerate adoption of these methods in clinical practice, and support research and clinical discovery. It will be an evolving resource of cutting-edge technology and knowledge accessible to researchers and clinicians of all disciplines, and will foster cross-pollination of capabilities and experience between the University, clinical institutions and industry
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Centre for Cancer Genomic Medicine is a newly established facility offering Next-Generation Sequencing. The centre will utilise the latest Life Technologies SOLiD 5500 and Ion Torrent systems in addition to complementary third generation sequencing systems.
The Gandel Charitable Trust Sequencing Centre provides NATA accredited DNA capillary sequencing services. Established in 1999, the centre has an excellent reputation for quality, long-read sequence data and comprehensive client support.
The Molecular Genomics Core Facility encompasses both the Microarray Core facility and the Next Generation DNA Sequencing Core Facility. For both facilities, services to external researchers are offered when spare capacity allows. Microarray We offer both full and partial services to researchers who wish to use Affymetrix Gene Expression arrays [...]
A member of the RNAi Global Initiative, the Functional Genomics Group at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is open to the Australian medical research community for the purpose of providing access to both small interfering (siRNA) and lentiviral-based short hairpin RNAi (shRNAmir) gene knockdown screens for functional genomics studies.
Baker IDI has considerable research expertise in the areas of proteomics, lipidomics, metabolomics, genomics and epigenomics. The DNA & Blood Profiling Facility (commonly referred to as the “omics”) integrates these research disciplines so health problems can be examined from a multifaceted viewpoint. The central idea behind the new facility is [...]