StemCore Laboratories is a high-throughput genomics facility within the Ottawa Health Research Institute (OHRI). StemCore Laboratories is developing a world-class infrastructure for genomics, bioinformatics, and proteomics, and is capable of facilitating large-scale scientific research and biotechnology projects. Stemcore Laboratories seeks out projects that are challenging, cutting-edge, extend the boundaries of biological knowledge, and will positively impact the state of human health.
The DNA Microarray analysis web course developed by the bioinformatics group with the support of the Stem Cell Network is now online. In March 2007 we added a lesson on SNP chip analysis.
As of January 18th 2006, StemCore Laboratories became the 7th most significant contributor of DNA microarray data to GEO, the world's largest public repository of gene expression data maintained at the NCBI. This achievement demonstrates our commitment to provide an internationally recognized resource, while contributing to the transparent distribution of scientific data for the advancement of Science.
Funding for StemCore Laboratories has been provided by:
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