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High Pressure Freezing and Immunoelectron Microscopy

Friday September 12th, 2014

Looking for improved cellular preservation of ultrastructure for morphological studies and better antigen retention for immunolabeling work? &nbs...

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Specimen Processing Rate Changes

Tuesday September 9th, 2014

Due to increased supply, operating, and labor costs, the rates for many of the services in Specimen Processing are increasing, some quite substantiall...

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EndNote Training

Friday September 5th, 2014

The Arnold Library will be hosting an EndNote Training on Monday September 29th, from 10:00 – 11:00 in the Eastlake bui...

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2014

Translational Research Program Seminar Series

Monday April 28th, 2014

Julie Randolph-Habecker, Ph.D. Director, Experimental Histopathology Shared Resources, FHCRC & Sue Knoblaugh, DVM Comparative Pathologist, Com...

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Immune Monitoring and Scientific Imaging Begin Using iLab

Tuesday March 25th, 2014

Shared Resources Administration is now using iLab’s Core Facility Management software for Immune Monitoring and Scientific Imaging....

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Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry Course

Thursday February 20th, 2014

Julie Randolph-Habecker, Ph.D., of Experimental Histopathology will be teaching a Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry course March 18 - 20, 2014....

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Mass Cytometry Seminar

Tuesday February 18th, 2014

The DVS CyTOF Mass Cytometer is now available for use in Flow Cytometry!...

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New Comparative Medicine Web Site

Wednesday January 8th, 2014

Comparative Medicine has a new web site that contains expanded information on services, trainings offered, resources for working with your IACUC proto...

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2013

Experimental Histopathology sponsoring monthly National Society for Histotechnology Webinar Series

Tuesday December 31st, 2013

Experimental Histopathology is sponsoring the National Society for Histotechnology Webinar Series in 2014....

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Multi-Antibody Immunofluorescence Available

Tuesday November 12th, 2013

It was once widely believed that immunofluorescence could not be successfully done on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissue because of the h...

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New Billing and Instrument Scheduling System!

Saturday November 9th, 2013

​ Shared Resources Administration is launching a new billing application with iLab’s Core Facility Management software....

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Featured Library Resource: COS Funding Opportunities

Friday November 8th, 2013

The Arnold Library subscribes to this international funding opportunities database for the use of all Center faculty and staff. The Library als...

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Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry course Oct 29-31

Friday October 4th, 2013

Julie Randolph-Habecker, Ph.D., of Experimental Histopathology will be teaching a Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry course at the end of October....

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MALDI Imaging Seminar

Thursday October 3rd, 2013

Label free molecular histology by imaging mass spectrometry   MALDI imaging is a technique that allows the histological mapping of compounds&...

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Sequencing Technology Services

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

High-Throughput Sequencing: Genomics recently upgraded to an Illumina HiSeq 2500.  Benefits include a ‘rapid mode’ option – ...

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New SEM in Electron Microscopy

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

The Electron Microscopy Resource is pleased to announce the arrival of the new JEOL 6610LV scanning electron microscope (SEM).  We received the m...

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CCEH Avertin users - Important information

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

Avertin is going away. If your protocol requires anesthesia or analgesia for procedures CCEH will continue to provide anesthesia on our resea...

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Updated Instrumentation and Training Opportunities in Scientific Imaging

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

New Zeiss LSM 780 confocal and multiphoton microscope The Zeiss 780 is equipped with five lasers, providing seven excitation lines at 405nm, 4...

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Education and Interns Hosted by Specimen Processing

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

​The Specimen Processing Lab is proud to announce that we are participating in the Washington Alliance for Better Schools (WABS) Teacher Externship Pr...

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Mapping Post-Translational Modifications

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

The Proteomics Facility is frequently asked to locate sites of protein post-translational modifications.  When purified proteins can be isolated ...

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New Electron Microscopy Training Materials

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

The Electron Microscopy website now offers an overview slideshow which illustrates the benefits of using electron microscopy, preparation techniques a...

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Upcoming Electron Microscopy Workshops

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

In the Fall of 2013 the Electron Microscopy Resource will host a lecture and training by Agilent Company on the Agilent 5500 Atomic Force Microscope. ...

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Mouse Necropsy Class: From Snout to Tail

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

Comparative Pathologist Sue Knoblaugh, DVM, offers one-on-one or small group (2-3) training in mouse necropsy techniques....

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Comparative Medicine Rate Changes

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

Effective July 14th, Comparative Medicine has changed the pricing structure for rodents to a per cage basis....

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Veterinary Pre-Reviews of Protocols and Revisions Offered

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

Veterinarians in Comparative Medicine (CM) are available for consulting on animal research and veterinary pre-review of IACUC protocols....

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NLM Funds Improvements to Computer Lab & Videotaping Room

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

The Arnold Library, in the Weintraub building, hosts the Shared Resources Computer Lab.   The 24/7-accessible facility offers FHCRC research...

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Connecting FHCRC Shared Resources to the eagle-i National Directory of Cores

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

The Arnold Library is pleased to announce Shared Resources’ participation in the eagle-i National Network of Research Resources.  Hosted by...

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Simplified Mammalian Protein Expression Available

Tuesday August 6th, 2013

Antibody Development is partnering with the Strong Lab to bring simplified mammalian protein expression to Fred Hutchinson. The Core now offers a l...

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June Workshops Announced - Laser Microdissection and the Leica LMD 6500/7000

Thursday May 30th, 2013

June 24-28, 2013, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA ​ Open to all Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and surrounding Seatt...

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FloCyte Regional Training Program Presents: Comprehensive Flow Cytometry Course

Friday May 24th, 2013

FloCyte Regional Training Program Presents Comprehensive Flow Cytometry Course October 2 - 4, 2013 FHCRC, Arnold Building, M1-A303 R...

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New Procedure Fees in Comparative Medicine - March 14, 2013

Saturday March 9th, 2013

Comparative Medicine has new procedure fees in place as of March 14, 2013....

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EndNote Training

Tuesday March 5th, 2013

The Arnold Library will be hosting an EndNote Training on Monday March 18th, from 2:30 – 4:30 in the Arnold Building room M1-A305/A307.  Be...

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Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry Course March 5-7

Friday February 15th, 2013

Julie Randolph-Habecker, director of  the Experimental Histopathology core facility, will teach a three day course on the fundamentals of Immunoh...

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Cancer Letter

Friday February 1st, 2013

The Arnold Library offers site-wide full text access to The Cancer Letter and its sister publication The Clinical Cancer Letter.  This jo...

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Prevention Center Names Larissa Korde as New Director

Friday February 1st, 2013

Larissa Korde, MD, MPH, a breast cancer researcher in the Clinical Research and Public Health Sciences divisions, is the new director of PHS's Pre...

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A lasting tribute – the collected works of Dr. Thomas online

Friday February 1st, 2013

With our deepest respect, and in fond tribute, the Arnold Library announces the creation of an online, full-text repository of Dr. E....

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2012

CyTOF Mass Cytometer Training on November 28th

Monday November 26th, 2012

CyTOF Training Seminar The Flow Cytometry facility will host a training seminar Nov....

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Nov 15 - Basic Training in In Vitro Imaging

Wednesday November 14th, 2012

Perkin Elmer will provide basic training in fluorescence/bioluminescence imaging in mice using the IVIS Spectrum equipment housed in Comparative Me...

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Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry Course Begins October 30th

Tuesday October 16th, 2012

Shared Resources presents - Fundamentals of Immunohistochemistry This course is recommended for Center staff that use or plan to use immunohist...

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High Pressure Freeze & Freeze Substitution Workshop

Friday October 12th, 2012

The Electron Microscopy Shared Resource will hold a workshop on the Leica high pressure freezing machine (HPF) and automatic freeze substitution ma...

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SACNAS Conference Attendees Tour Shared Resources

Thursday October 11th, 2012

The National Conference of SACNAS (Society for the Advancement of Hispanic/Chicano and Native Americans in Science) occurred Oct 11-14 in Seattle....

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Lab Move and New Freezer in Specimen Processing

Tuesday September 25th, 2012

Pharmacokinetic Blood Processing Lab Moves The Pharmacokinetic Blood Processing Lab, now located within the SCCA G7-304 specializes in processi...

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New Instrumentation and Instrument Updates

Tuesday September 25th, 2012

DeltaVision Elite Scientific Imaging acquired an Applied Precision DeltaVision Elite microscope system to replace our old DeltaVision RT....

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Upcoming Mass Spectrometry Proteomics Training

Tuesday September 25th, 2012

A five-day Mass Spectrometry Proteomics course is recommended for Center staff who are currently utilizing proteomics or who plan to use proteomics...

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Expanded Metabolomics Services

Tuesday September 25th, 2012

Proteomics facility is in the process of installing new HPLC instrumentation for targeted metabolomics studies.  With the guidance of Dr....

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New Instruments and Clinical Grade Tetramers in Immune Monitoring

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

xCelligence System The xCelligence system measures changes in electrode impedance caused by cells on top of the electrodes....

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RNAi and Chemical Compound Screening Services

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

High-Throughput Equipment News Genomics recently added new filters to our Perkin Elmer EnVisionmulti-plate reader that will allow for homogeneo...

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Microarray Technology Services

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

There have also been some changes in microarray-based services due to product discontinuation and low demand. Roche/NimbleGenhas announced that...

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Sequencing Technology Service from Genomics

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

High-Throughput Sequencing We offer full-service NextGen sequencing, from library prep to assistance with data analysis for the Illumina HiSeq ...

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CyTOF Mass Cytometer Available in Flow Cytometry

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

Flow Cytometry acquired a DVS CyTOF “mass cytometry” instrument capable of up to ten times the data output of a traditional flow cytome...

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New Faces and Equipment in Experimental Histopathology

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

We welcome several new technicians who joined the lab during the last year. Danielle Welch started in the lab as a part-time volunteer and join...

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New Equipment in Electron Microscopy

Sunday September 23rd, 2012

The Electron Microscopy Resource received a new JEOL 1400 transmission electron microscope (TEM) in August.  This microscope is a high perform...

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New Digital Ultrasound System - Vevo 2100

Friday September 21st, 2012

Comparative Medicine has a new Vevo® 2100, - a powerful digital ultrasound system for rodents with a resolution of 30 microns....

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Rajesh Uthamanthil - New Director of Comparative Medicine

Friday September 21st, 2012

Rajesh Uthamanthil D.V.M., Ph.D....

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Streamlining the Hybridoma Process

Friday September 21st, 2012

The BTX electrofuser is being integrated with a recently purchased Molecular Devices ClonePix instrument to improve our hybridoma production. T...

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Shared Resources Survey Coming Soon!

Friday September 21st, 2012

Shared Resources’ mission is to provide quality customer service to all of our users, ensuring that your research needs are supported and met...

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New Billing and Instrument Scheduling System Coming

Friday September 21st, 2012

Shared Resources Administration is implementing a new billing application with iLab’s Core Facility Management software....

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Debbie Shiozaki Joins Shared Resources as Operations Manager

Friday September 21st, 2012

Debbie Shiozaki joined Shared Resources September 1st as the new Operations Manager.  Debbie has a BS in environmental science and an MPH from...

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Join Comparative Medicine for In Vivo Ultrasound Presentation on 8/15

Friday August 3rd, 2012

Sizing up a tumor was never this easy! Please join Comparative Medicine and VisualSonics to learn more about in vivo imaging of mouse tumor mod...

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Arnold Library now offers access to UpToDate

Wednesday July 25th, 2012

The Arnold Library is pleased to announce that we now have a Center-wide subscription to UpToDate®,  a popular clinical decision support s...

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Subscribe to the Library's YouTube Playlists about Fred Hutchinson

Tuesday June 5th, 2012

The Arnold Library routinely scours YouTube and collects videos by and about the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in convenient playlists. ...

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Center Contributors to New Publication “Comparative Anatomy and Histology: A Mouse and Human Atlas”

Monday June 4th, 2012

Dr. Sue Knoblaugh, Shared Resources comparative pathologist, and Dr....

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Flow Cytometry Billing Changes

Monday June 4th, 2012

Scheduling problems continue to be an issue within the Flow Cytometry resource; many users schedule time and then fail to cancel or do not show up ...

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Roche 454 Next Generation Sequencing Seminar

Monday April 30th, 2012

Roche 454 Next Generation Sequencing Seminar Roche 454: Sequencing Applications and Updates Presenter:  Shamali Roy:  Application S...

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Animal BioImaging Mini-Symposium Thursday, April 26, 2012

Monday April 9th, 2012

Animal BioImaging (ABIC) is sponsoring a mini- symposium for investigators who either are currently using optical Imaging or for investigators who ...

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Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics course April 2-6

Tuesday March 20th, 2012

Proteomics is offereing a 5 day course on Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics  April 2-6, 2012 (9AM - 12 daily). Space is limited....

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Targeted Pyrosequencing Seminar: A Rapid & Cost Effective Technology for Quantitative Mutation & DNA Methylation Analysis

Friday March 16th, 2012

Seminar -  Targeted Pyrosequencing:  A Rapid & Cost Effective Technology for Quantitative Mutation & DNA Methylation Analysis &...

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Shared Resources New Vice President Paul Woloshin, MBA, PhD

Thursday March 15th, 2012

Dr. Paul Woloshin, the Hutchinson Center's new vice president of Shared Resources, began his role Jan. 2....

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New Equipment Acquisition: Leica VT1200 S Fully Automated Vibrating Blade Microtome

Thursday March 15th, 2012

Electron Microscopy has acquired a Leica VT1200 S fully-automated Vibratome....

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Aperio Digital Pathology Technology Coming This Spring

Thursday March 15th, 2012

This spring, the Aperio ScanScope FL for fluorescence and the Aperio ScanScope XT for brightfield will be operational....

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Genomics Offering New Sequencing Services

Thursday March 15th, 2012

NextGen Pyrosequencing Genomics is now offering NextGen sequencing services on the Roche/454 Junior pyrosequencing platform....

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Second High-Demand Environmental Chamber for Live Cell Imaging

Thursday March 15th, 2012

Due to high demand, a second LCI microscope stage-top environmental chamber for live cell imaging and time-lapse studies is available....

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Upgraded DeltaVision System

Thursday March 15th, 2012

We have also acquired a new Applied Precision DeltaVisionElite system to replace the older DeltaVision RT....

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Wealth of Resources in New Scientific Imaging LibGuide

Thursday March 15th, 2012

A guide for Scientific Imaging has been added to the collection of LibGuides hosted by the Arnold Library....

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New Class: Introduction to Microscopy and Image Analysis

Thursday March 15th, 2012

The Scientific Imaging resource has started an introductory class on microscopy and image analysis....

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Uses for the Cellometer Auto T4 Automated Cell Counter

Thursday March 15th, 2012

The Cellometer Auto T4 Automated CellCounter is designed to improve accuracy, repeatability, and throughput as compared to manual cell counting wit...

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Relocation of the Pharmacokinetic Blood Processing Lab

Thursday March 15th, 2012

Specializing in processing blood within 30 minutes for clinical trial drug dosing studies, the lab is now located at the SCCA in room G7-304. ...

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BioSpecimen Repository

Thursday March 15th, 2012

The Hutchinson Center’s BioSpecimen Repository provides an alternative for lab liquid nitrogen storage requirements for both small and large ...

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Major Upgrade of Orbitrap Instrumentation

Thursday March 15th, 2012

The OrbiTrap Elite mass spectrometer became operational in November 2011....

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Specimen Processing Resource Services

Thursday March 15th, 2012

The Specimen Processing Lab offers the ability to extract DNA from various types of material: whole blood, peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC...

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New Researcher Profiles Service Announcement

Friday February 17th, 2012

In addition to tracking all papers published by Center researchers, the Arnold Library will now be offering a researcher profile service.  ...

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Illumina NextGen Sequencing Technology Seminar

Tuesday February 14th, 2012

Please join us at the upcoming Illumina NextGen Sequencing Technology Seminar When: Wednesday, March 7, 2012, from 3:30 - 5:30 pm Where: Pelt...

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Arnold Library wins Outstanding Achievement Award

Thursday January 12th, 2012

On Tuesday, January 03, 2012, the Arnold Library was awarded Outstanding Achievement for excellence in the design, development and implementat...

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Animal Health Resource Renamed Comparative Medicine

Monday January 9th, 2012

To better match our peer institutions, the Animal Health Resources facility has been renamed Comparative Medicine.  Services, locations and ph...

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2011

New CyTOF technology under consideration

Thursday December 1st, 2011

Flow cytometry is hosting a talk on application of the CyTOF Mass Cytometer....

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New! Light Microscopy and Digital Imaging Course

Tuesday October 25th, 2011

Scientific Imaging is offering a new course on light microscopy and digital imaging....

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Refworks Webinar Schedule for September 2011

Wednesday August 17th, 2011

The Arnold Library is pleased to share the RefWorks Webinar schedule for September 2011....

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Computational Biology - Bioinformatics Drop-in Consulting Begins September 2011

Thursday July 28th, 2011

Shared Resources is pleased to announce that Computational Biology/Bioinformatics drop-in consulting will be available starting September 2011 on a...

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Shared Resources’ New Website

Monday June 13th, 2011

In response to feedback from our research community, Shared Resources and the Arnold Library created this new website, http://sharedresources.fhcrc...

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NextGen Sequencing

Monday June 13th, 2011

NextGen sequencing by lane is now available on our Illumina HiSeq 2000.  Researchers can register for 1 or more lanes of SR50, SR100, or PE50 ...

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PerkinElmer Ultraview Spinning Disk Microscope System

Monday June 13th, 2011

Scientific Imaging has recently acquired an Ultraview spinning disk system for fast time-lapse confocal imaging of living samples....

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New Imaging Specialist, Sharmon Knecht, Joins Shared Resources

Friday June 3rd, 2011

Sharmon Knecht has joined the Center as an imaging specialist with extensive experience in both confocal and electron microscopy.  Sharmon wil...

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Decalcifying Boney Tissue for Histological Examination

Friday June 3rd, 2011

Bone samples (femurs, ribs, sternum, etc) must be decalcified before they are paraffin processed in order to produce quality sections....

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Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM) Instrumentation and Services

Friday June 3rd, 2011

Due to the heterogeneous nature of tissue, it is often difficult to generate useful genetic and protein data from whole tissues.  Laser Captur...

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Nikon TIRF System

Friday June 3rd, 2011

The new Nikon total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscope is designed to provide outstanding signal to noise when imaging samples righ...

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Synergy™ H4 multi-mode plate reader - New instrument in the Immune Monitoring Lab

Friday June 3rd, 2011

In response to requests from Center investigators, we have acquired and installed an advanced multi-mode plate reader – the Synergy™ H4...

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Atomic Force Microscopy

Friday June 3rd, 2011

The Electron Microscopy Resource is pleased to announce our new instrument, the Agilent 5500 Atomic Force Microscope.   This microscope h...

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Non-Clinical Production and Quality Control Services

Friday June 3rd, 2011

The Biologics Production Facility offers a wide range of cell culture, protein purification, and associated support activities.  Although the ...

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Dr. Yuko Ogata Joins the Proteomics Shared Resource

Thursday June 2nd, 2011

We are very pleased to announce that Dr....

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Specimen Processing Lab Services

Thursday June 2nd, 2011

The Specimen Processing Lab handles numerous samples for clinical trials and epidemiologic studies.  Samples processed include blood (PBMC&rsq...

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New additions to the RNAi Core Lab

Thursday June 2nd, 2011

Within the month, the RNAi core will add an additional 90,000 shRNA constructs to the human pGIPZ library, expanding the collection to ~140,000 shR...

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CE Sequencing

Thursday June 2nd, 2011

We are implementing a new BigDye cleanup protocol that will improve data quality and (in some cases) sequencing read lengths.  Accordingly, we...

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What are your colleagues reading?

Friday May 27th, 2011

Using aggregated, anonymous, local usage data on access to tracked resources, the library posts a monthly update on the  'most read' p...

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Watch Experimental Histology's Cryo Preservation Techniques Video

Friday May 27th, 2011

Watch here or on our Youtube channel, Julie Randolph-Habecker, Ph.D., Staff Scientist and Director of Shared Resources' Experimental Histology ...

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2010

RNAi Core

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

New additions to the RNAi Core Lab: Within the month, the core will add an additional 90,000 shRNA constructs to the human pGIPZ library, e...

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Facts about the Arnold Library

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

Did You Know…… The Library provides access to over 23,000 online journals....

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Sample Preparation – Electron Microscopy

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

Looking for a better way to prepare your samples to obtain the best morphology or immunolabeling?  High pressure freezing is a method of speci...

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Tips on Fixing Tissue for Histology

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

There has been a great deal of discussion recently concerning the optimal tissue fixation conditions for histology....

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News about Genotyping Services

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

Recently, the Genomics Resource acquired an Illumina iScan System.   This system, along with several new BeadArray platform designs, has ...

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Seahorse XF24 Cellular Bioenergetics Analysis

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

ATP generation by mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and glycolytic metabolism is essential for all energy-requiring processes in the cell, ye...

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Library help for Researchers and Health Care Providers in Developing Countries

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

Do you have colleagues or readers outside the USA?  If you need to collaborate with or get requests for reprints from clinicians or resear...

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Get Help with Citation Management Software

Tuesday June 1st, 2010

Are you struggling with EndNote or Reference Manager?  Curious about the pros and cons of Zotero versus RefWorks? Your librarians have eva...

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2009

Learn more about the Computational Biology Shared Resource

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The Computational Biology Shared Resource makes analysis of microarray, high-throughput sequencing and mass-spectrometry based platforms broadly av...

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AAALAC International grants Full Accreditation Status to Hutchinson Center

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care, International (AAALAC) granted "full accreditation" status to...

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Cryo Ultramicrotomy and High Pressure Freezing

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The Leica cryo equipment is up and running in the Electron Microscopy Shared Resource and we are welcoming any new projects....

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Fix and Decal All in One leads to Better Whole Head Sections

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Collaborating, Experimental Histopathology and Veterinary Pathology, have developed new protocols that allow you to fix and decalcify bone samples,...

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New and Improved Method to OCT Embedded Tissue

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Looking for an easier way to embed your tissue in OCT for frozen sections?...

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High Content Screening (Plate screening)

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Scientific Imaging has purchased a Cellomics ArrayScan VTi High Content reader....

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Karyotyping

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The Scientific Imaging Resource, in collaboration with the laboratory of Beverly Torok-Storb, has developed a karyotyping service....

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Live Confocal Microscopy and Cell Ablation

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Scientific Imaging recently purchased a Nikon Live Cell imaging station for long term studies on live cells and organisms....

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Slide Imaging and Analysis (Digital Pathology)

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Scientific Imaging is now offering semi-automated imaging of histochemical and/or immunofluorescent slides, along with quantitative image analysis ...

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Comparative Pathology

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Have you met our Comparative Pathologist?  Dr....

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Triple quadrupole mass spectrometer “planted” in Proteomics Facility

Saturday August 1st, 2009

ThermoScientific placed their company’s triple quadrupole mass spectrometer, the TSQ Vantage, in the Proteomics Facility as a “seed&rdq...

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Tissue Microarray Construction, Cutting, Staining, and Analysis

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The construction of tissue microarrays (TMA) from well-characterized tumors is an excellent way to efficiently evaluate tumor markers in large-scal...

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Illumina GAII (Solexa Sequencing)

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Illumina GAII (Solexa Sequencing) Recent improvements allow for single read-lengths of up to 72 bases. Paired-end sequencing is curre...

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Microarray Technology News

Saturday August 1st, 2009

Affymetrix, Agilent, Illumina, and NimbleGen services are available. Full-service (i.e., gDNA to data) SNP genotyping is available using ...

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DNA Extraction and Quantification

Saturday August 1st, 2009

The Specimen Processing Laboratory has been extracting DNA since 1993. Over the last 16 years we have implemented various extraction techniques....

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Shared Resources are core facilities that provide services and access to specialized equipment for research activities.

Paul Woloshin, MBA, Ph.D.
Vice President, Shared Resources