4984809The KU Biodiversity Institute’s Molecular Genetics Laboratory is where a diverse group of researchers conduct state of the art genetic analyses to document biodiversity, investigate its evolution, and advance its conservation. The Molecular Genetics Laboratory is a shared-use core facility that is available for use by any KU affiliated investigators, associates, postdocs, and students. The laboratory is distributed across three rooms on the fifth floor of Dyche Hall (the KU Natural History Museum) in the heart of KU’s hilltop campus. The laboratory offers resources and equipment for conducting cutting edge molecular genetic analyses, including PCR amplification and Sanger sequencing of DNA, extraction of DNA from both contemporary and ancient samples, genomic library preparation, quantification and quality assessment of DNA, and fragment analysis.

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Welcome to the official (temporary) home of the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute's Molecular Genetics Laboratory. The lab's home on the web will move to the BI's new website as soon as this site is completed in February of 2013.
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