Oklahoma State University
Core Facility Funded to purchase a 454-Sequencer | Print |  E-mail

Dr. Peter Hoyt was awarded $129,000 through the generosity of the Vice President of Technology Transfer, and the College of Agriculture, to purchase OSU's first high-throughput ("Next-Gen") sequencer, a Roche 454-Junior, which will be placed in the Core Facilites of the Henry Bellmon Research Center. The award includes upgrades to servers and storage for the large data outputs. We expect the 454-Junior to be up and running in approximately one month. For more information on this instrument go to:

 

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