The Small Animal Imaging Facility, located in the ABSL-3 facility of the vivarium in the Doisy Research Center, offers sophisticated equipment for the optical imaging of small animals.
Services at the Genomics Core Facility include genome-wide RNA expression analysis (RNA-seq), genomic chromatin immunoprecipitation using nextgen sequencing (ChIP-seq), and whole mammalian exome and small genome sequencing.
In addition to five flow cytometers available, the Flow Cytometry Research Core Facility oversees multiple ancillary instruments for use with sample preparation or further analysis. A variety of software programs is also available for use in data analysis.
The shared-use Protein Core Facility supports expression, purification, and analysis of reagent and preclinical proteins by providing instrumentation and consultation for protein production from small to large scale.
The Research Microscopy and Histology Core provides a wide range of microscopy equipment and histological and microscopy services on a fee-for-service basis to researchers at Saint Louis University, as well as other universities and businesses around the world.
The Electron Microscopy Laboratory at Saint Louis University School of Medicine provides diagnostic electron microscopy (EM) services for a wide range of surgical specimens as either stand-alone electron microscopic analysis or in conjunction with histological and immunohistochemical services provided by the Histopathology Laboratory.
The Histopathology Laboratory offers experts highly trained in all aspects of histology, including complex procedures, to accommodate a wide range of testing needs.