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WELCOME!!!

!!! PAN IS OPEN !!!

Starting June 1, 2020, PAN is approved to support Stage 1 Research Activities.

Hours:
7am-7pm, Monday-Friday
Beckman Access:

The Beckman Center is accessible by Cardkey only. If you do not have Cardkey access to the building, you should contact the respective PAN staff to arrange for pick-up or drop-off; or call 650-723-3328, 650-723-3189 or 650-725-5123.

PAN Re-opening Guidelines:
Please see detailed information with regards to PAN re-opening guidelines prior to placing orders and/or submitting samples. If you have questions or require consultation, PAN Staff is available via phone, email or Zoom meeting.

In accordance with the latest Stanford guidelines and precautions, we have structured our operations to ensure both your safety and that of PAN staff.

We thank you for your patience and support as we navigate this continuously changing environment and look forward to working with you to coordinate your projects with our operations.

Stay Safe and Healthy!

-- PAN Staff

 

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  Genomic Services
 
 
oligosyn
qpcr
pyro Pyrosequencing
• CpG Methylation
• SNP/Mutation Analysis
dnaseq Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)
* Sequencing Coverage Calculator
* Bioanalyzer tips for NGS samples
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dnaseq Single Cell Genomics (SCG)
** Single cell library prep **
** Spatial Transcriptomics **
RNA-DNA QC:
Agilent Bioanalyzer QC
AATI Fragment Analyzer QC
 
     
 
  Protein Services
 


peptide
ms Mass Spectrometry
biacore
 
 

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What's New?
  • The Stanford-Resolve Biosciences Spatially Resolved Transcriptomics Early Access Opportunity - Submission Deadline: August 30th
    *Resolve Biosciences with Stanford University Protein and Nucleic Acid (PAN) Facility, will demonstrate this valuable technology by providing instrument access to three Molecular Cartography RNA profiling projects, of 8 samples each, to scientists who propose projects that can advance their field of study. Projects will be selected based on technical feasibility and the potential to accelerate a specific area of research.


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