The BIDMC Genomics and Proteomics Center provides all of the tools of modern functional genomics and proteomics, for academic and corporate clients alike. Equipped with State-of-the-Art technologies for high throughput transcriptional profiling, genotyping, protein quantitation, protein profiling and identification, real-time PCR and robotics. Located on the Harvard Medical School Longwood Campus. The BIDMC Genomics and Proteomics center is a core proteomics facility for the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center.

Analysis of Next Generation sequencing data

Core developed processing and analysis workflows for high-throughput next-gen (e.g. iontorrent, SOLiD and 454, PacBio) data. Additionally core also provide service for storage and management of next-gen data. Charges for next-gen analyses are based on numbers of reads and samples. Please contact Manoj K. Bhasin for additional details.

We Have Moved to Research North

The BIDMC Genomics Core and DFHCC Proteomics Core have moved across to Simon C. Fireman Research North Building. Instruments are in place and ready to process your samples.

You can find us at:

1st Floor, Room 107
Simon C. Fireman Research North Building
99 Brookline Ave
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 667-0760

Proteomics Nanocourse

Proteomics Nanocourse presented by Harvard Catalyst Genetics Consortium

Director of Course: Towia Libermann, PhD

* Registration opens on April 17 for a new proteomics nanocourse organized by the Harvard Catalyst Genetics Consortium. The nanocourse will provide an introductory overview of proteomics for clinicians, investigators, graduate and medical students, nurses, and other clinical research staff with an interest in proteomics, metabolomics, and disease biomarkers. The course will introduce the fundamental language and concepts of proteomics, from sample preparation to proteomic data analysis, from protein-protein interaction networks to proteomic and metabolomic biomarker validation, and more. Register for the course here.

This course is offered collaboratively by Harvard Catalyst, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Children’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital.

BIDMC Genomics and Proteomics Core

 

Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics Core

Located at The Center for Life Science Boston on the Harvard medical School Longwood Campus. The Center provides all of the tools of modern functional genomics and proteomics. Equipped with State-of-the-art technologies for transcriptional profiling, proteomics, real-time PCR and robotics.

Genomics
We specialize in high throughput Affymetrix GeneChip plate arrays. More cost effective, efficient, reproducible, precise, and more sensitive than GeneChip cartridge arrays. Up to 96 samples on one run with as little as 50ng of RNA, or picograms with LCM. Affymetrix GeneChip cartridge arrays are also available. The BIDMC Genomics Center offers affymetrix experiments and services from RNA isolation to data analysis. Check out our genomics services.

Proteomics
The proteomics Core provieds a comprehensive array of services pertaining to design, performance and analysis of proteomics studies. Protein quantitation by µLC/MS/MS, iTRAQ - 8-plex isobaric peptide tagging system, protein identification by LC-MALDI and LC/MS/MS, identification of protein and peptide modifications, and protein profiling. See our proteomics services.

Bioinformatics
We offer bioinformatics services and consultation with access to genomics and proteomics tools, statistical packages, and systems biology analysis. --more--

We Have Moved to RN

The BIDMC Genomics Core and DFHCC Proteomics Core have moved across the street to the new Center for LIfe Sciences building. Instruments are in place and ready to process your samples.

You can find us at:

    5th Floor, Room 543
    Center for Life Science building
    3 Blackfan Circle
    Boston, MA 02115
    (617) 735-2501

Open House presented by the Genomics and Proteomics Core

Please join us for a BIDMC Genomics and Proteomics Core Open House on Wednesday, December 10, 2008, from 12pm – 3pm.

The Open House will be held in the Center for Life Science building on the 5th Floor. Pizza and drinks will be provided.

  • Come me us and discuss how genomics or proteomics can advance your research
  • Learn about Systems Biology analysis from proteomic and genomic data
  • Tour the facility
  • Meet our vendors and view State-of-the-Art Technology

We look forward to meeting you.

sponsored by Affymetrix, Applied Biosystems, Beckman-Coulter, Biocon, Dionex, and NuGen.

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The 4800 MALDI TOF/TOF Analyzer Offers New Level of Sensitivity and Efficiency for Proteomics.

New ABI 4800 Mass Spectrometer on-line.



4800 ABI MALDI TOF/TOF Mass Spec
The new instrument achieves a ten-fold increase in sensitivity over existing commercially available systems and offers unparalleled experimental efficiency using powerful, automated workflows, making it an ideal solution for protein biomarker discovery.

ITRAQ - 8 plex isobaric peptide tagging system
SILAC - stable isotope labeling of amino acids in cell culture
GIST - global internal standard technology, a post digestion peptide level labeling technique
ICAT - isotope coded affinity tag-based protein profiling

New High Throughput Affymetrix GeneChips

Available Now

As low as $325/sample for 96 samples. Discount on your first order.

More Cost effective, efficient, reproducible, precise and more sensitive. Up to 96 samples on one run.

We are proud to announce a new Affymetrix GeneChip service that will significantly reduce costs as well as time. We offer the new Affymetrix service on the 24 and 96 well platform. These microtiter-based GeneChips as well as the probe labeling are processed on a robot. Up to 96 samples can be processed within 3 days. The price for these high throughput whole genome arrays is significantly lower than the current arrays.

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