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Molecular and Cellular Biology Core Laboratory

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http://jsu.eagle-i.net/i/0000012a-c931-8969-0055-c4eb80000000

Resource Type

  1. Core Laboratory

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  1. Resource Description
    "The specific aims of the MCB Core Laboratory are: To provide a variety of services and technical support in molecular biology and DNA technology by offering equipment access, expert advice, demonstration of techniques, operation of equipment, participation in discussion and data interpretation, and hands-on-training in molecular biology and cell culture; to increase faculty training in recombinant DNA technology to strengthen faculty development and technology transfer; to provide a research environment and instrumentation for investigators to pursue biomedical research opportunities and enhance overall research productivity; to foster collaborative research relationships among RCMI investigators and other MCB core users at JSU and other research intensive institutions."
  2. Additional Name
    MCB Core Laboratory
  3. Contact
    Stevens, Jacqueline J., Ph.D.
  4. PI
    Tchounwou, Paul
  5. Affiliation
    College of Science, Engineering & Technology, Jackson State University
  6. Affiliation
    RCMI Center for Environmental Health
  7. Affiliation
    0000012b-16f3-c3a3-3984-bcfb80000000
  8. Website(s)
    http://www.jsums.edu/cset/rcmi/mcbc.htm
  9. Director
    Stevens, Jacqueline J., Ph.D.
  10. Other members
    0000015b-a633-f0fc-ff31-9c3280000000
 
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    Published
  2. contributor
    jsu-guest
  3. created
    2010-08-31T12:28:49.267-05:00
  4. creator
    stalbi (Said Talbi)
  5. modified
    2017-05-02T14:09:38.420-05:00

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