Mammalian Genotyping Core

Overview of Services

The Mammalian Genotyping Core (MGC) is a component of the Integrated Genomics Core/High Throughput Sequencing Facility (HTSF) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  The Mammalian Genotyping Core (MGC) mission is to support population, basic, clinical and translational research by providing centralized cost-efficient, high quality genotyping and methylation services. The MGC provides services using Illumina BeadArray and Infinium microarray assay technologies for Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Genotyping, Copy Number Variant (CNV), Loss of Heterozygosity (LOH), Insertions-Deletion (indel), Structural Variant, and DNA Methylation Analysis. We can assist you with selecting the appropriate arrays to meet your needs.  Please contact us to discuss your genotyping and/or epigenetic analysis through a consultation request.

 

Acknowledgements:  All customers agree to reference the Cancer Center Support Grant (5-P30-CA016086-44), Illumina Quotation Number: 4328008, the Mammalian Genotyping Core Facility, and Amanda Gerringer, MSFS (core staff) in publications. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Mammalian Genotyping Core, RRID:SCR_022716. Additional sources of support include, but not limited to, the UNC School of Medicine, School of Public Health, University Cancer Research Fund (UCRF), the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, and facility users.

Leadership

Amanda Gerringer, MSFS | Director
ajhoff@email.unc.edu
919-445-4771

Location and hours of operation

Hours   Location

Please email for on-site hours and appointments

  101 Mason Farm Road
  Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Links and Resources

  1. Mammalian Genotyping Core (MGC) Website
  2. Illumina | Sequencing and array-based solutions for genetic testing
  3. Zymo Research Website

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Amanda Gerringer, MSFS
Interim Director
 
919-445-4771
 
ajhoff@email.unc.edu
 
Glaxo Research Building Room 004
 
Tara Skelly
Project Manager
 

 
tskelly@email.unc.edu
 
Genome Sciences Building
 

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