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The Genetic Analysis and Molecular Interactions Core is organized as a new Core of the NARF, established in 2001, in an approximately 1000 square-foot laboratory on the third floor of the Trani Center. This core maintains instrumentation for Genetic Analysis and for genetic approaches to dissecting macromolecular interactions. Primary instrumentation includes an Amersham MegaBace 96 Capillary Fragment Analyzer. Technology established include genetic mapping using STR analysis, SNP detection, yeast one, two- and three- and bacterial two- hybrid screening, phage display analysis, and Serial Analysis of Gene Expression (SAGE). The laboratory is operated and maintained by a Ph.D. trained analytical chemist with technical support.

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