Welcome to the CPRIT SINGLE CORE at MD Anderson Cancer Center. This CPRIT-funded facility supports collaborative projects and core services for single cell sequencing technologies. The core is directed by Dr. Nicholas Navin and consists of four main components:
- Tissue dissociation facility
2. Technologies & assays
3. Next-generation sequencing
4. Data processing & analysis
The SINGLE CORE has two tracks available for users: (1) core services and (2) collaborative projects. The core services is intended for short-term projects that involve submitting samples, running assays and returning datasets. The collaborative track involves long-term projects with members of the user group. Please contact the core director if you want more information on joining the user group. Another focus of SINGLE CORE is training and education activities, including the Texas Single Cell (TXSC) weekly seminar series and Single Cell Genomics summer workshop. The SINGLE CORE also focuses on research activities, including the development of new technologies for single cell genomics.
Due to high demand, we will be unable to accept samples without 48 hours prior notice.
Acknowledgement of CPRIT Funding
Please remember to acknowledge the “CPRIT SINGLE CORE Facilities Grant (RP180684)” in your manuscripts that include data generated by our facility.
Department of Genetics
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
6767 Bertner Ave. BSRB S15.8412
Houston, TX 77030