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Cytometry, Screening and Imaging Core Facility

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    The Cytometry, Screening and Imaging Core Facility (CSI) Core Facility is a comprehensive research cell-culturing and cytometry facility established in 2007, as part of the Border Biomedical Research Center (BBRC). This facility was conceived to provide investigators, students and other researchers access to state-of-the-art technology for conducting experiments related to cellular, immune and physiological responses to stress, infectious agents, and toxicants. The laboratory also provides assistance and training related to cell culture techniques and equipment operation . The 1,756 sq ft core facility includes 6 individual cell culture suites that are available 24/7 to any researchers that have completed in-house training. The core also provides customized project support for experimental design and data analysis. The integration of the CSI has allowed investigators to screen a large number of compounds for their therapeutic potential against pathogens, cancer, and other diseases.
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  3. Contact
    Aguilera, Renato, Ph.D.
  4. Contact
    Almodovar, Gladys
  5. Contact
    Varela, Armando, Ph.D.
  6. Contact
    Gutierrezz, Denisse
  7. Affiliation
    Border Biomedical Research Center
  8. Performs Technique
    Flow cytometry assay
  9. Performs Technique
    Cell culturing
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  11. Director
    Aguilera, Renato, Ph.D.
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