Featured AHC service: Molecular and Cellular Therapeutics

Molecular and Cellular Therapeutics personnel have product development, medical, and regulatory expertise, and work to compress development timelines and translate research into medicine.

Find Academic Health Center (AHC) service units to support your research:

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Fully accredited, clinical laboratory for routine and specialized testing requests including specimen procurement and sample storage

Cytokine Reference Lab Researcher

CLIA-88 licensed facility specializing in the analysis of cytokines, chemokines, and growth factors from biological sources

Molecular Cellular Therapeutics Building

GMP/GTP compliant development and manufacturing of cell- and tissue-based products, monoclonal antibodies, and active pharmaceutical ingredients

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Management, support, and oversight for the University's Biosafety Level 3 (BSL-3) facilities

Flow Cytometry Resources

Flow cytometry support, services, and education 

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Transgenic mouse services, including in vitro fertilization, transgenic mouse production, embryonic stem cell to blastocyst microinjection, cryopreservation, and genetic consultations

Bioprinting Facility

Assistance with bioprinters and consultation on print mediums and cell preparation

FV500 Confocal Microscopy

Confocal microscopy, histology, imaging of cells, and cell structures in tissues

AAALAC-accredited services and resources for using animals in research, including animal ordering, care, facilities, housing, and training for researchers and lab personnel

People in Center for Translational Medicine Lab

Preclinical services, including scientific and regulatory support as well as laboratory studies to develop and test promising candidates

Integrative Biology and Physiology Phenotype Cores

Mice cardio-metabolic physiology services

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