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About the Keck Biotechnology Resource Laboratory and Its Operating Policies

The W.M. Keck Foundation Biotechnology Resource Laboratory was founded in 1980 as the Yale University School of Medicine Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry Facility. In 1987 this unit became associated with HHMI; in 1991 it was moved into 3,200 square feet of space on the third and fourth floors of the newly constructed Boyer Center for Molecular Medicine, whereupon it became the W.M. Keck Foundation Biotechnology Resource Laboratory; and in 1997 it joined with the Mass Spectrometry Resource in the Comprehensive Cancer Center. Since its founding in 1980 the Keck Biotechnology Resource Laboratory has recovered most of its operating expenses from user fees.

A brief summary of the Keck Biotechnology Resource Laboratory

Additional Information

Please contact the appropriate staff member prior to submitting samples or requests. If any of the staff listed are unavailable or if you have suggestions for improving this Web site and/or the Keck Biotechnology Resource Laboratory, please contact the Director:

Shrikant Mane, Ph.D
Keck Biotechnology Resource Laboratory
Yale University
300 Heffernan Drive, B36 
West Haven, CT 06516
Telephone: (203) 737-3058
Facsimile: (203) 737-3104