UMSL Genomics

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Our laboratory studies circadian rhythms as a model to better understand how the nervous system regulates
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Housed within the Department of Biology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, the UMSL Genomics Core provides next-generation sequencing capacity for a variety of research projectsOur resources include an Illumina MiSeq, Agilent BioAnalyzer, Life Tech Qubit, and all the necessary equipment to prepare next-gen sequencing libraries.
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behavior and physiology. We are especially interested in uncovering the mechanisms
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driving gene expression rhythms and determining how these molecular oscillations ultimately influence
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physiological rhythmsWe use a combination of approaches, including ''behavioral neuroscience'', ''molecular biology'', ''genetics'',
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''genomics'', and ''bioinformatics''.
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Housed within the Department of Biology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, the UMSL Genomics Core provides next-generation sequencing capacity for a variety of research projects. Our resources include an Illumina MiSeq, Agilent BioAnalyzer, Life Tech Qubit, and all the necessary equipment to prepare next-gen sequencing libraries.




UMSL Genomics
Department of Biology
University of Missouri, St. Louis

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