Clark Atlanta University

For information about Core Facilities at Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development, Clark Atlanta University

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/index.html

 

CCRTD Core Facilities

Molecular Biology

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/molecular-biology.html

Cell Biology and Imaging

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/cell-biology.html

Histology

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/histology.html

Proteomics

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/protemics.html

Cancer Genomics

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/collaborative-center-for-cancer-genomics.html

Structural Biology

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/structural-biology.html

Bioinformatics

http://www.cau.edu/ccrtd/bioinformatics.html

 

Other CAU's Core Research Facility

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Center:

Instrument:

A Bruker AVANCE-III 500 MHz MHz superconducting magnet-based instrument provides state of-the-art NMR, both solid state and solution NMR facilities and includes multi-nuclear and multi pulse experiments.

Bruker AVANCE 400 MHz superconducting magnet-based instrument provides state of-the-art NMR facilities, and includes multi-nuclear and multi pulse experiments.

Bruker Dimension FastScan AFM (Atomic Force Microscope)

 

Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Facility:

Instrument:

Hiden Analytical SIMS Plus Workstation

The instrument is an electrostatic quadrupole-based analysis system equipped with cesium and oxygen primary beam sources, charge compensation, and a liquid nitrogen cold trap. This system is a user-friendly, semi-automated, turbo-pumped tool designed for fast sample turnaround. It has enhanced capabilities to handle a variety of materials. It is provisioned for depth profiling, imaging of chemical distributions, stoichiometry, 3-D chemical mapping, diffusion and dopant analysis, and isotopic analysis. The techniques supported are dynamic SIMS, static-SIMS, and SNMS.