Real-Time PCR thermal cycler with C1000 thermal cycler chassis and CFX manager software

Equipment



Real-Time PCR thermal cycler with C1000 thermal cycler chassis and CFX manager software
Bio-Rad Laboratories
CFX384 Touch Real-Time PCR

Generates temperature cycling conditions and uses 4-color detection optics for quantitative PCR experiments. Includes 384-well reaction module bay which allows users to run qPCR experiments on up to 384 PCR samples and computer software for creating protocols and data analysis, including gene expression analysis. Touch screen software.

2013

Research Facility



Department of Biology at CBU - Electric Fish Behavioural NeuroEndocrinology Lab
Cape Breton University
Sydney
Nova Scotia (NS)

The Electric Fish Behavioral NeuroEndocrinology Lab is an integrative research facility that houses a range of equipment used for molecular biology, histology, hormone analyses, and behavioural recordings. Our lab is also home to a permanent indoor breeding colony of South American electric fish which we use to study the neuroendocrine regulation of electric signals. We welcome collaborations and access to our facility by industry-partners and other academic institutions to conduct biomedical, environmental science, and fisheries and aquaculture research.

  • Biological and Life Sciences
  • Biomedical
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Environmental and Earth Sciences
  • Marine/Ocean Sciences
  • Medical Sciences
  • Veterinary Sciences
  • Biomedical
  • Biotechnology
  • Agriculture, Animal Science and Food
  • Clean Technology
  • Energy (Renewable and Fossil)
  • Environmental Technologies and Related Services
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • Forestry and Forest-Based Industries
  • Health Care and Social Services
  • Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment
  • Ocean Industries

Contacts



Zuzana Istvankova Primary Contact
9025631832
Major Research Project Officer
Vielka Salazar
9025631288
Associate Professor, Biology

Date submitted: Thu, Aug 10, 2017 4:30 PM
Date updated: Thu, Aug 10, 2017 4:30 PM

2018-04-09T04:25:13+00:00