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Molecular Discovery

Advancing Research in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities


The objective of the Molecular Discovery Core is to provide advice, training and service in molecular IDD research, from hypothesis generation to characterization of macromolecules. This includes: genome, transcriptome, proteome and metabolome analysis; vector construction; and access to shared instrumentation, such as centrifuges and fluorescence imaging. Advice on biomolecular structure analysis also is available.

Link to IDDRC Core Management Tool

Investigators:  Please remember to acknowledge your Colorado IDDRC affiliation and use of cores in all your published papers.  For examples of acknowledgement statements go to For Investigators.

Staff:   
Tamim Shaikh, PhD (Core Co-Director, Comparative Genomic Hybridization)
Wallace Chick, PhD (Vector construction)
Kristina Williams, BS (Vector construction; real time quantitative PCR)
Kirk Hansen, PhD (MS/Proteomics)
Natalie Serkova, PhD (Metabolomics)
                                   (Core Director, Molecular Structure) 

VIDEO: Molecular Discovery core 


Contact the Colorado IDDRC

Phone: 303-724-3839 • Fax: 303-724-3838

Mailing Address: Mail Stop 8313, 12800 E. 19th Avenue • Aurora, CO 80045

E-mail: Peds.IDDRC@ucdenver.edu

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