The Center for Genes, Environment & Health (CGEH) has the capability to run various platforms for automated DNA/RNA purification, medium throughput genotyping, gene expression, capillary DNA sequencing and next-generation sequencing. Our instruments allow flexibility and can accommodate both small and large genetics research projects.

  • Agilent Microarray Scanner Center for Genes,   Environment, & Health: Researchers
  • Nimblegen Microarray Scanner
  • Tecan Freedom EVO 200
  • Qiagen BioRobot Universal
  • Autopure LS
  • ABI 7900 RT PCR
  • ABI OpenArray System
  • Illumina Bead Express
  • Agilent Bioanalyzer
  • 3730xl Capillary Sequencer
  • 5500xl Series Genetic Analysis System
  • Roche/454 GS-FLX Titanium
  • Ion Torrent Personal Genome Machine
  • SCIREQ FlexiVent

View a complete set of equipment descriptions.


Instrument Collaborations and Training

Instruments in the Integrated Center for Genes, Environment & Health are available to qualified investigators at National Jewish Health and selected outside collaborators. Instrument training is provided at the Center for interested researchers after we have received a written description of a research plan showing related instrument usage. For more information, visit our intranet site on Spyderweb (accessible only on the National Jewish Health campus).