GENOME TECHNOLOGY ACCESS CENTER • DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS • WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
1300-Protein Microarray
At the heart of the detection technology are SOMAmers (Slow Off-rate Modified Aptamers). They are modified DNA aptamers with high affinity and specificity for their cognate analytes.
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Single-Cell RNA-seq
From dozens to tens of thousands of cells, GTAC provides the most appropriate technology.
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Multi-domain 16S Microbiome
The MVRSION suite, developed at GTAC, utilizes 16S to define complex bacterial populations. MVRSION simultaneously leverages eight 16S hypervariable regions, rather than one or two to maximize accuracy.
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1300-Protein Microarray
At the heart of the detection technology are SOMAmers (Slow Off-rate Modified Aptamers). They are modified DNA aptamers with high affinity and specificity for their cognate analytes.
Learn More
Single-Cell RNA-seq
From dozens to tens of thousands of cells, GTAC provides the most appropriate technology.
Learn More
Questions?
We are here to answer them. Feel free to contact us with any questions or inquiries...
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The Genome Technology Access Center was established by the Department of Genetics at Washington University in St. Louis to provide cutting-edge and cost effective sequencing and analysis technologies to local colleagues and external investigators.  GTAC offers comprehensive Nextgen sequencing, Microarray, PCR and Bioinformatic services. We are committed to generating the highest quality data, maintaining rapid sample turn around times and providing excellent value added services and resources.