PCR instrument at UCSF

Definition
A device that is used to amplify a single or few copies of a piece of DNA across several orders of magnitude, generating thousands to millions of copies of a particular DNA sequence.
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→ PCR instrument
Subcategories
Real-time PCR machine
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CHORI (Oakland)

CHORI HLA & Immunogenetics Laboratory

Children's Hospital & Research Center of Oakland, CHORI (Oakland)
Contact: Elizabeth A. Trachtenberg 510-450-7685 etrachtenberg@chori.org

  • PCR
China Basin

Viral Diagnostics and Discovery Center

Laboratory Medicine, China Basin
Contact: Erik Samayoa 415-353-4744 erik.samayoa@ucsfmedctr.org

  • PCR, RT-PCR
Mission Bay

Center for Advanced Technology

Biochemistry and Biophysics, Mission Bay
Contact: General Inquiries 415-418-3658 eric.chow@ucsf.edu

  • ABI GeneAMP 9700 PCR machine
  • Biorad iCycler PCR
Mission Bay

Gladstone Genomics Core

Gladstone, Mission Bay
Contact: Bob Chadwick 415-734-2799 robert.chadwick@gladstone.ucsf.edu

  • Raindance RainDrop Digital PCR Instrument
Mt. Zion

Cancer Center Genome Analysis Core

UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mt. Zion
Contact: Kirsten Copren 415-502-7504 kcopren@cc.ucsf.edu

  • PCR System Applied Biosystems 9700 #1
Parnassus

Genomics Core Facility

Institute for Human Genetics, Parnassus
Contact: Jonathan Woo 415-502-1576 jonathan.woo@ucsf.edu

  • PCR