Proteomics

Karyotyping

Stem Cell Research

Structural Biology   

NMR Micro Imaging

Spectroscopy

HPLC

DNA Sequencing 

DNA Microarray

Flow Cytrometry

Tissue Culture

BSL3

Drosophila Lab

DNA Bank

Phosphor Imaging

Electron Microscope

Advanced Microscopy Imaging

Bioinformatics

Instrumentation Hall

Animal House

ES Cell Culture

Zebrafish Lab

Horticulture

Plant Growth Chamber

Green House

Wet Labs

Cold Room
DNA Microarray This facility is intended for genetic analysis with applications to basic research, biomedicine and agro biotechnology. Microarrays (DNA chips or gene chips) are generated by a technology that integrates molecular biology and information technology. DNA chips consist of glass slides with microscopic amounts of DNA representing thousands of genes, spotted in a regular pattern or array. When probed with samples derived from diverse tissues, this array can be used to simultaneously analyze the expression of thousands of genes and generate a "molecular portrait" of genes involved in health and disease. 

The key activity of the lab is of gene expression (amount of activity of genes) in different conditions. It also carries out analysis of mutations. The lab is well-equipped with advanced facilities that include