The MCIC is a shared technology laboratory located at the Ohio State University, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) in Wooster (OH). We house equipment and provide services in microscopy (light, confocal, transmission and scanning electron microscopy), and in the area of genomics and molecular biology (small scale sequencing, genotyping, massive parallel sequencing). Our mission is to support research at the Ohio State University. The facility is also available to other research and educational institutions.
New users must register in order to have access to MCIC services by copleting this registration form and e-mailing to us. MCIC User Registration
Become MCIC Computational Biology member (MCBL) member by completing registration form and e-mailing to us. MCBL Registration
Document describing MCBL services, membership guidelines, application information [PDF]
Link to the MCIC Galaxy
- November 2012 MCIC eNewsletter: MCIC Computational Biology Laboratory: Open house is on November 16, 2012 ....read more; Sequencing on the Illumina GAII is becoming cheaper and is ideal for smaller pilot projects ....read more; MCBL upcoming tutorials, training sessions and user group ....read more; Mass SNP Genotyping by Sequencing on the Illumina GAII Genome Analyzer ....read more; Automation of RNA-seq library preparation using the Eppendorf liquid handling robot ....read more.
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