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Yale’s major centralized research facilities include the HHMI Biopolymer/Keck Foundation Biotechnology Laboratory (responsible for the synthesis and analysis of nucleic acids, proteins, and microarrays); two centers for X-ray crystallographic analysis; a center for the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis of macromolecules; the Center for Cell Imaging (for electron microscopy, immunocytochemistry, scanning laser confocal microscopy, and high voltage cryo-electron microscopy of macromolecules); and core facilities for the preparation of transgenic animals. Additional specialized techniques and instrumentation are found in numerous individual laboratories and the facilities listed below; all are accessible to BBS students regardless of lab or Track affiliation.
Cell Sorter Facility This resource runs three high-speed cell sorters capable of reading single samples, multi-well plates, and microscopy slides. Staff in the facility even help with experimental design and sample preparation.
Center for Cellular and Molecular Imaging CCMI offers access to and assistance with numerous imaging techniques including confocal microscopy, electron microscopy, cryo-electron microscopy, and macromolecular X-Ray crystallography.
Center for Medical Informatics The Center applies computational methods to medicine and biomedical research and provides support to numerous projects at Yale and the adjacent Yale-New Haven Hospital. The Center is very active in the training of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics students.
Center for Genome Analysis Another new service at West Campus, the Center for Genome Analysis provides ultraspeed high-throughput sequencing of samples for Yale researchers.
HHMI Biopolymer/Keck Foundation Biotechnology Lab From bioinformatics data analysis to DNA sequencing, from microarray reading to peptide synthesis, the Keck facility offers an extensive range of genomic and proteomic services to Yale scientists.
Magnetic Resonance Research Center The MRRC provides the facilities and expertise required to use MRI in basic science research, such as functional imaging of the brain and energy metabolism in diabetes.
Positron Emission Tomography Research Center The 22,000 sq. ft. PET Research Center not only houses state-of-the art imaging facilities for viewing organ function but also provides training opportunities to students interested in incorporating PET into their research.
Richards Center for Structural Biology The CSB is home to X-ray crystallography equipment and computational tools for macromolecular structure determination.
Small Molecule Discovery Center This new center at West Campus helps faculty and students design high-tech screens to discover small bioactive molecules.