Molecular Quantification Core

The mission of the CSU Molecular Quantification Core is to facilitate the progress of basic and translational research at Colorado State University by providing state-of-the-art instrumentation to detect and quantify nucleic acids and proteins with unprecedented accuracy and sensitivity.

The MQC provides access to four instrument systems and trains CSU researchers to use them:

In order to use the instrument systems, you must first be trained. You can request training by emailing John Anderson, Carol WiluszJim Huang or through iLabs.

BioRad QX200 ddPCR system 

Located in Microbiology B406 and satellite droplet generator/plate reader/PCR machines in CVID, MRB, Pathology, and Biology

Sapphire Biomolecular Imager

Azure Sapphire Biomolecular Imager

Located in Microbiology B406

Qubit® 3.0 Fluorometer from Thermo Fisher Scientific

A Qubit Fluorometer

Located in Microbiology B406

Agilent 4150 TapeStation

Located in Microbiology B406

QX200™ Droplet Digital™ PCR System

QuantStudio 3

Located in B406