Translational Research and Applied Medicine (TRAM)
TRAM Core Lab Resources

TRAM lab (which is part of TASC - Translational Applications Service Center) provides technical assistance and support to obtain and analyze data from molecular, proteomic and genomic technologies. 

For more detailed information about TASC services and pricing, please visit the TASC Website:

http://tasc.stanford.edu/.

 

 

Nano PictureSample Preparation

  • Clinical Specimen Processing:
    • blood processing (PBMC), tissue homogenization, fine needle aspirates (FNAs)
    • Protein, DNA and RNA isolation
    • Sample Preparation for FACS, immunofluorescence, microarray, sequencing, etc.
  • Methods and Assay Development

Data Collection

TRAM ResourcesSample Storage

  • -80°C monitored storage
  • Liquid nitrogen monitored storage
  • Cryopreservation in liquid nitrogen
  • -20°C or +4°C monitored storage

Tissue Culture Use

  • Flow hood and microscope use
  • Incubation/storing of cell culture plates in 37°C CO2 incubator

Laboratory Bench Space Use

Data Analysis and Consulting

For more information, please contact:
Joanna Liliental, PhD
Director, Translational Applications Service Center (TASC)
(650) 736-1285

http://tasc.stanford.edu/

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