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Genomics Core Facility

Welcome to the Nova Southeastern University Genomics Core Facility (NSU GCF).  Our goal is to provide NSU investigators, as well as external investigators, access to sophisticated methodologies in genomics including, but not limited to, Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS) and multiplexed digital profiling of single target molecules using NanoString's nCounter technology.  We ensure high quality data using highly stringent quality control (QC) metrics. 

The critical objectives of the NSU GCF are:

  • To provide investigators with access to high quality, state of the art, sophisticated technology and methodologies for the analysis of research specimens
  • To train investigators, fellows and technical staff in the use of analytical instrumentation and techniques in genomics
  • To provide education into the theories and practices of current and emerging genomics technologies
  • To provide excellent comprehensive customer service in a timely manner

For more information, please email NSUGenomics@nova.edu. Driving directions to CCR may be accessed here.

Upcoming Events & Registration

NSU Translational Research and Economic Development Genomics Core Facility to Host Lexogen RNA-seq Experiment Pipeline Seminar

NSU’s Translational Research and Economic Development Genomics Core Facility will host a Lexogen RNA-seq Experiment Pipeline seminar in the Buehler Institute of the Center for Collaborative Research on Tuesday, February 20th from 1:00 P.M. – 2:00 P.M. Lexogen Inc. has developed a complete line of reagent kits from RNA extraction, to rRNA depletion and mRNA enrichment, to library preparation kits for whole transcriptome sequencing and expression profiling. The seminar will include how to make sequencing libraries without fragmenting RNA to yield unparalleled strand specificity and how to make gene expression profiling easy and affordable.

The Genomics Core Facility offers Illumina sequencing services for a high-resolution view of coding and noncoding regions of the transcriptome. Contact NSUGenomics@nova.edu to discuss your RNA-seq project or to request a quote. 

Registration is free but required. Lunch provided. RSVP here.

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