The CCTSI Network of Translational Technologies (NeTT) provides investigators access to biomedical technology cores and resources for their research at subsidized rates.
Fluorescent and label-free imaging of various cellular structures or tissues using confocal imaging, TPE/SHG, TIRF, CARS, FCS/FCCS, etc.
C-TRIC is a comprehensive research imaging center providing PET/CT for large animal and human imaging, and MRI, PET, CT, and optical imaging for small animal studies.
- Small Animal Imaging
MRI, PET, CT and optical imaging including anatomical quantitative imaging (MRI and CT), DCE-MRI, DWI, apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) mapping, metabolic and molecular PET imaging.
- Experimental Human Imaging
Radiochemical production, PET/CT and MRI (human and animal), and quantitative image analysis.
Generation of transgenic, knock-out or knock-in mice, viral vectors, constructs for zebra fish, etc.
Illumina and LifeTech sequencing, Agilent and Affymetrix Microarrays, and Somalogic SomaScan.
Gene targeting in embryonic stem cells, generation of ES cell-derived knockout and knockin mice, transgenic mice, and the cryo-preservation of mouse lines.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-, 13C-, and 31P-NMR and two-dimensional NMR) quantitative metabolomica on cells, tissues and body fluids, including multivariate analysis for biomarker discovery.
Located at Colorado State University, this laboratory focuses on analyte quantitation, compound or metabolite identification, and pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic modeling in biological systems and matrices.
Providing custom chemical synthesis and compound identification.