Established in 1996, the Molecular Genomics Core is a state-of-the-art facility offering a variety of experimental platforms to facilitate (epi)genomics and proteomics research. Accredited as a Duke Core facility in 2007, the MGC offers decades of experience with genetic, genomic, epigenomic, and proteomic study design and technology, and works closely with researchers to customize experiments to meet their needs.
The Molecular Genomics Core highlights applications that include:
- 10x Genomics single-cell library (Chromium) for both gene expression and ATAC sequencing
- spatial gene expression (Visium) and in Situ gene expression (Xenium) platforms
- DNA methylation microarrays
- SNP genotyping and copy number microarrays
- Taqman targeted SNP genotyping
- Quanterix Simoa® bead-based immunoassay technology is capable of detecting proteins at femtogram levels in serum and plasma.
Learn more about the state-of-the-art Xenium platform.