CVG members have access to a shared equipment core for the analysis of mouse behavior, particularly the behavioral phenotyping of genetically altered strains. This equipment is available for use by arrangement within its facility in the ECRF at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Please contact Thomas Cleland, firstname.lastname@example.org, to arrange for use of the equipment, ask any pertinent questions, express interest for potential future use, or register an opinion on upcoming equipment purchases. For more information, please visit the website.
The Cornell Medical Genetic Archive
The Cornell Medical Genetic Archive (DNA bank) is a program at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine that links medical information from your pet to its DNA. This archive includes samples taken with owners consent from dogs, cats, horses, cows and exotic animals with a range of specific diseases.
More information is available at the DNA Bank website
The Stem Cell and Transgenic Core
Managed under the leadership of Dr. John Schimenti, more information is available at the Stem Cell and Transgenic Core website
Immunopathology Research and Development Laboratory
More information is available at the Immunopathology R & D website
Miltenyi Biotec GentleMACS
In conjunction with the Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology in the Vet College, the CVG has purchased a Miltenyi Biotec GentleMACS instrument. This instrument will be available for use by CVG member labs without charge. More information...
Invitrogen Qubit 4 Fluorometer
The CVG has purchased an invitrogen Qubit 4 Fluorometer, housed with the Dept. of Biomedical Sciences in the Veterinary College, room T3-001 Veterinary Research Tower. This instrument will be available for use by CVG member labs without charge.
- Quick user instructions, and instrument manuals are located with the unit / posted on the NanoDrop computer.
- This is a standalone instrument (USB port for data export) and additionally connected to the NanoDrop Computer for data browsing.
- Labs will provide their own assay kits and materials for use.
The CVG Wiki is home to protocols and shared enzymes tested by the CVG Community. More information is available at the CVG Wiki website