The mission of the Expression Analysis Core at the UC Davis Genome Center is to provide services and technologies for gene expression analyses at the genomic level. We are focused on exploiting ultra high throughput sequencing and Illumina expression arrays. The PacBio Iso-Seq protocol enables full-length transcript sequencing and thus the discovery new gene isoforms. Workshops in these technologies are an important part of facility operations. We also offer access to liquid handlers and nucleic acid analyzers to facilitate your experiments.
Read more about Getting Started in the Core.
Services and Equipment
|Illumina Sequencing HiSeq 3000, HiSeq 2500 & MiSeq
PacBio Sequencing PacBio RSII
Fluidigm C1 Single Cell Genomics Auto-Prep
Fluidigm Access Array Target Amplification
Fluidigm EP1 Genotyping
|Next-Gen Sequencing (Illumina and PacBio)
Next-Gen Library Prep (RNA-Seq, miRNA, short RNA, lncRNA, total RNA, genomic)
DNA\RNA Quantification & Library QC
Single Cell Genomics
Equipment: Training & Access
Sample QC: Agilent Bioanalyzer, Nanodrop, Caliper LabChip GX
Sample Prep: Covaris E220, Diagenode Bioruptor & Bioruptor NGS, Sage BluePippin
Automated Library Prep: Caliper Sciclone G3, IntegenX Apollo 324, Fluidigm Access Array
- June 6, 2018The DNA Technologies Core invites you to a Lunch & Learn Seminar on Spatial Transcriptomics at noon on Tuesday, June 19th. The Spatial Transcriptomics Technology Speaker – Stefania Giacomello, Senior Scientist, Spatial Transcriptomics AB, email@example.com Location – UC Davis Genome Center Auditorium, GBSF #1005 June 19th, noon to 1 pm Please register here so we can get an accurate headcount for lunch ( https://registration.genomecenter.ucdavis.edu/events/the_spatial_transcriptomics_technology/ ) The Spatial Transcriptomics technology allows you to ...
- March 30, 2018The Beacon Automated Single Cell Biology Platform Troy Lionberger, Ph.D., Sr. Manager, Technology Development, Berkeley Lights Davis Campus: 11 am, Wednesday April 4th; Room 4202 GBSF/Genome Center Building Sacramento Campus: 1 pm , Wednesday April 4th; Room 1241 MedEd building The Digital Cell Biology technology developed by Berkeley Lights allows scientists to: Process individual cells radically faster than other technologies Automate and scale workflows far beyond manual, ...
Single-Cell Pilot Grants Call — Lexogen RNA-Seq Lunch & Learn this Thursday, March 15th — Dovetail Genomics: Building the Best Genomes on Earth , April 18thMarch 13, 2018Dear DNA Tech Core users, the March news is: 1) a Pilot and Feasibility Project Grants Call by the Office of Research (apply for single-cell gene expression projects) 2) the Lexogen RNA-Seq Lunch & Learn Seminar — this Thursday, March 15th — 12:30pm 3) Dovetail Genomics and the Genome Center – Building the Best Genomes on Earth — April 18th — 1pm ******************************************************* 1) Pilot and Feasibility Project Grants Call The Office of Research has issued a program supporting pilot and feasibility ...
- March 13, 2018Update: Please note that single-cell pilot and feasibility projects should be discussed with the participating cores before the application. Our single-cell expert Diana Burkart-Waco, PhD, (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be available for pilot grant project related discussions. To include the other cores please contact Matt Settles (email@example.com ; Bioinformatics) and Bridget McLaughlin (firstname.lastname@example.org; Flow-Cytometry). The feasibility grant will support the analysis ...
- January 19, 2018Dear DNA Technologies Core Users, We are happy to announce a new service for the new year: Batch-Tag-Seq Gene Expression Profiling. This service is designed to simplify both the planning and the analysis of gene expression profiling studies. Batch-Tag-Seq is offered as packages that include both, library preps and sequencing, as well as optionally also data-analysis. Batch-Tag-Seq combines the simplicity ...
- November 27, 2017Except the official university holidays, the DNA Technologies Core will be open throughout the holiday season. The university holidays are December 22nd 2017, December 25th and 29th, as well as January 1st, 2018. However, please do not ship any samples with courier services for arrival in the time frame of December 22nd to January 1st. The Genome Center doors will ...
Genotyping and Genotyping-By-Sequencing Meeting, UC Davis Genome Center, December 5th — Genotyping Workflows: From Sequencing and Arrays to Data AnalysisNovember 21, 2017Dear DNA Technologies Core User, We are happy to announce the Genotyping and Genotyping-By-Sequencing Meeting in the UC Davis Genome Center for December 5th. The talks will introduce the basic concepts as well as the latest technologies. Lunch will be provided. Please see the announcement and the registration link below. Please also note the info for the Bay Area Illumina User ...
- September 21, 2017The 10X Genomics Single Cell system is the single-cell expression profiling platform enabling the analysis of large cell numbers at the highest capture efficiency (of up to 65%). The technology allows for high-throughput single cell transcriptomics of many different cell types. A new protocol now also allows single-nuclei expression profiling. This progress makes the platform now applicable also to brain tissue. The flexible ...
- May 12, 2017August 9th, 9 a.m. – August 11th, 5 p.m. RNA-seq has revolutionized the way we address complex biological questions, allowing for differential gene expression, differential transcript analysis, as well as transcriptome assemblies. As sequencing output rapidly increases and sample numbers increase, library preparation becomes one of the major bottlenecks. This workshop provides comprehensive hands-on training in the preparation ...
- April 19, 2017Illumina published a white paper today on the barcode mis-assignment issue (Illumina calls it somewhat euphemistically “barcode hopping”). In contrast to the Sinha et al. paper, which only presented data for libraries with NextSeq adapter sequences, the white paper shows that the issue is also relevant for TruSeq style adapters. The conclusions are fairly similar to the ones drawn in ...