College of Medicine Research Core Facilities
The UC College of Medicine houses a number of research core facilities designated as core service centers. These facilities exist within multiple departments but are collectively supported by the College of Medicine, Office of Research through the Associate Dean for Research Core Facilities: Ken Greis, PhD. (firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: 515-558-7012).
The service center designation signifies that the rates charged by each of these facilities have been reviewed and approved by the UC government cost compliance office, thus the service fees can be cross-charged to federal grants and contracts. Details related to the services offered and the internal rates for each of the cores are provided below. Since these rates are substantially subsidized by the University, external investigators should contact individual core directors to get a rate quote.
Resources to offset some of the cost of the core services may be available through a variety of centers and institutes across UC depending on an investigator’s affiliation. Information related to some of those opportunities and the website links are provided below:
- Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST) Just-in-Time Core Support
- Cincinnati Cancer Center (CCC) Just-in-Time Shared Facilities Award
- Center for Environmental Genetics (CEG) Integrative Technologies Support
FACScalibur/Flow Cytometry Core
A FACSCalibur four color flow cytometer system is available for use by researchers. The instrument is available seven days a week 24 hours per day in CARE 2876.
For access to the instrument and the online calendar, please contact Dr. Miller.
Standard use of the FACSCalibur
||20.00 per half hour|
FACSCalibur Four Color Flow Cytometer
The FACSCalibur is configured as follows:
- FL1 Channel - Blue Laser (488nm) and 515-545nm Emission Filter (FITC, GFP, etc.)
- FL2 Channel - Blue Laser (488nm) and 564-601nm Emission Filter (PE, PI, RFP, etc.)
- FL3 Channel - Blue Laser (488nm) and 670LP Emission Filter (7-AAD, PerCP, etc)
- FL4 Channel - Red Laser (635nm) and 653-669nm Emission Filter (APC, Cy5, etc.)
The instrument is available on a first-come, first serve basis. Once given permission to use the equipment researchers can sign up online to reserve their time on the machine.
213 Albert Sabin Way
- William Miller PhD