ICMB core research facilities include state of the art DNA sequencing, nucleic acid analysis, RT-PCR, confocal and electron microscopes, mass spectrometry, protein sequencing and much more.
The DNA Facility supports research on nucleic acids with automated sequencing, oligonucleotide synthesis, and imaging capabilities.
The Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology provides ultrastructural analysis through sophisticated electron microscope facilities.
The Protein Sequencing Facility, located in the Molecular Biology Building, allows determination of amino acid composition, sequences of proteins and peptides and peptide synthesis.
The Animal Resources Center has 14,000 sq. ft. devoted to housing a variety of animals used in research programs. In addition to the caging areas, there are surgical suites and laboratories. The resident populations include rodents, rabbits, dogs, cats, chickens, and quail.
The Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics provides research support and opportunities for researchers interested in the use of computational approaches in solving biological problems. Areas of research include: nucleic acid structure and function, molecular evolution, computational phylogenetics, proteomics, drug design, regulatory and developmental pathway inference.
Computer & Software Support - provides IT and web support, computer lab reservations and more.
Graphics Department - provides illustration and layout services as well as 35mm slide creation.
School of Biological Sciences Storeroom - Located in NMS 3.248, the Storeroom contains office supplies as well as lab specific supplies.
Vehicle Services - provides vehicles for class field trips.
Media Kitchen - Located in BME 2.304, 471-4694, Provides lab services to undergraduate Microbiology labs.