CWRU Core Facilities

Case Western Reserve University houses core facilities for proteomics, bioinformatics, genomics, mass spectroscopy, tissue culture, monoclonal antibody and immunology, histology and histopathology, molecular biology, ELISPOT, ELISA, various types of spectral analysis (high resolution NMR, epr, uv-vis, gcms), atomic absorbance, fluorescence spectroscopy, protein crystallization and X-ray diffraction, peptide and DNA sequence analysis, molecular cytogenetics, confocal microscopy and image analysis, electron microscopy, gene expression microarray, cytokine measurement, immune function (CFAR), microbial pathogenesis, Uganda laboratory (HIV, TB), pharmacology/cancer pharmacology, hematopoietic stem cell core (cell processing, mesenchymal, neural, umbilical cord blood), stem cell and tissue engineering imaging and histology, radiation resources, biosafety level 3 facility, 3 different flow cytometry facilities, three quantitative RT-PCR facilities, design and fabrication, GC mass spectrometry, mouse metabolic phenotyping, nursing and nutrition, clinical research, tissue procurement and histology, translational research, behavioral measurement, epidemiology and biostatistics.

Numerous additional core facilities are present and accessible to researchers at the Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth Medical Center and VA Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio.