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Providing cutting-edge and cost-effective sequencing and analysis technologies
Our Breaking Technology
Single- cell exploration continues with Smart-seq2. If you would like to learn more about this breaking technology click the link below.
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Genome Engineering and iPSC Center They will facilitate your functional genomic studies through the use of patient-derived iPSCs and the generation of modified cells and organisms using genome editing technologies.
The Elizabeth H. and James S. McDonnell III Genome Institute Learn more about the comprehensive genomic services including outreach to the St. Louis community
Our Feature Technology
Single cell Multiome ATC+ Gene Expression allows for understanding the transcriptome and the epigenome at the same time. If you would like to learn more about this breaking breaking technology click the link below.
Learn About Our Laboratory Services
As these are just a few of our highlighted products and services, we do offer many more beyond what is listed here, including custom solutions.
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Other Service Options
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Meet Our Team
GTAC@MGI’s staff are a highly qualified team of experts representing multiple departments across Washington University in St. louis, including Medicine, Genetics, Pathology, Pediatrics and Neurology.
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Collaborations provide additional ways to connect the researcher to their science.
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GTAC@MGI’s Technology Guidance Services and Resources may be of some help. Click the Learn More button to navigate to our Technology Guidance page to learn more about the equipment and technologies that we have currently available.
What Our Collaborators Say
Our research program has benefited tremendously from support we have had from the GTAC. This has included both a wide range of technical services, including quality assessments, library preparation, and sequencing of samples from RNA- and ChIP-Seq experiments, as well as collaborative data analysis support, which, together, has directly contributed in substantive ways to the publications listed below, presentations at national meetings, and ongoing collaborative projects. We are very grateful for and intend to continue utilizing these exceptional resources which have accelerated the advancement of our research program.
Publications That Demonstrate GTAC@MGI’s Service Options
Identification of an epigenetic signature of early mouse liver regeneration that is disrupted by Zn-HDAC inhibition
Postponing the Hypoglycemic Response to Partial Hepatectomy Delays Mouse Liver Regeneration
Diet Modifies Pioglitazone’s Influence on Hepatic PPAR γ-Regulated Mitochondrial Gene Expression
My experience in dealing with GTAC was extremely gratifying. I was able to discuss the study design ahead of time so that I had a sufficient sample size to address my scientific questions. GTAC also helped me work through the best way to analyze and present the large data sets in a simplified format that facilitated my ability to effectively communicate our findings to the scientific community.
Publications That Resulted from GTAC@MGI services
Myocardial B cells are a subset of circulating lymphocytes with delayed transit through the heart
Proteomic Signatures of Heart Failure in Relation to Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction
Developmental changes in myocardial B cells mirror changes in B cells associated with different organs
As single-cell exploration continues to evolve GTAC@MGI highlights a possible future option. SMART-seq2 allows for accurate transcriptome analysis from a single cell. This process grants the ability for full-length RNA-seq to be reviewed from a single cell. To further understand the process check out the paper, “Full-length RNA-seq from single cells using Smart-seq2”.
Single Cell Multiome ATAC + Gene Expression
Interested in researching the transcriptome and the epigenome in a single cell? Approach it multidimensionally with the single cell Multiome ATAC + Gene Expression process. Check out this video to understand it better.