Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society (TIGSS) has established number of shared resources to support genomics research.
A High Performance Computing Cluster (TIGSS HPCC) has been established in 2012 specifically tailored for Bioinformatics / Computational Biology research. The compute cluster is located in CSC building.
We also provide Bioinformatics consultation and computational analyses of high-throughput data, not limited to Next-generation sequencing data. We follow best practices as specified in many peer reviewed journals and protocol articles. We document every step of the analyses so that you will be able to replicate the analyses if you choose to do so. The following is the simple price structure for data analyses:
- Initial Bioinformatics Consultation / Discussions of Project Design: FREE
- Small assistance / Custom analysis steps / Preliminary analyses ( less than 2 hours): FREE
- Comprehensive data analyses (Internal): $50 / hr
- Comprehensive data analyses (External Academic / Federal): $75 / hr
- Comprehensive data analyses (External Commercial): $100 / hr
Since many tools and open source software produces different outputs in different data formats, please contact us regarding your requirements.
Contact Kranti Konganti for more information.
Molecular Genomics Lab houses various instruments and lab equipment to support genomics-based research and is located in VMR Addition 266. Training and experimental support is available. Please visit the TAMU Core Facilities page for available services.
Contact Andrew Hillhouse for more information about pricing and any other details.
The mouse phenotyping equipment houses various instruments to measure and quantitate mouse physiology and behavior. All of the phenotyping equipment is located at the LARR building. Training and experimental support is available.
Contact Andrew Hillhouse for more information and regarding any other details.
Most of the equipment listed below can be reserved through the iLab portal.
To use the facilities managed via the iLab system, you will need to establish an account. For a member of a lab to be able to make requests in iLab, the lab’s PI must already be a registered user.
PIs cannot register for an account using the Login button. To be added to the system, PIs need to send their UIN and Netid username to firstname.lastname@example.org.
External users who are not eligible for a TAMU Netid can sign up or login using iLab credentials.
Chromium Single Cell 3’ performs deep profiling of complex cell populations with high-throughput digital gene expression on a cell-by-cell basis.
For use in small animal endoscopy for various diagnostic, surgical, and orthopedic indications
The Mouse Specifics, Inc.’s ECGenie is a rapid non-invasive solution for recording electrocardiograms (ECGs) in awake mice, rats, and guinea
TSE Phenomaster with automated food/water intake, activity monitoring, calorimetry/O2/CO2 measurement.
Unique nonwetting PMP funnel and cone design automatically separates feces and urine for accurate metabolic monitoring without urine wash-over. Exterior
Small animal stereotaxic system provides researchers with not only greater ease, but more accurate readings than the vernier scales commonly
Fully modular Habitest configuration for active and passive Avoidance experiments in rodents. With Habitest, users can create an endless variety
With a powerful combination of high frame rates and advanced image processing, the Vevo 3100 reduces speckle noise and artifacts
The TRU SCAN system offers two arena sizes one for mice and one for rats thus optimizing environmental area and
The IITC Rotarod Test is used to assess the effect of drugs on the motor coordination or fatigue resistance on
The MC4000 Multi Channel Blood Pressure Analysis System is a non-invasive instrument designed to help researchers efficiently and effectively obtain
Digigait Analysis System is the most widely applicable and comprehensive gait analysis instrumentation available. It can measure voluntary and treadmill
HABITEST is designed to make it possible to implement most behavioral test protocols in a single system of modular test
The CHATILLON® TCD225 Series is an advanced force testing system optimized for production, quality control and engineering applications. The TCD225
Abaxis VetScan VS2 Chemistry Analyzer is a state-of-the-art chemistry, electrolyte, immunoassay and blood gas analyzer that delivers uncompromising accuracy from
The Abaxis VetScan HM5 Color Hematology System is a fully-automated, five-part differential hematology analyzer displaying a comprehensive 22-parameter complete blood
Easy to program liquid handling robot that can be used for any molecular application that can be automated including NGS
A suspension array system that supports analysis of protein and nucleic acids in a multiplex solution detecting up to 100
The TIGSS High Performance Computing cluster hosts a broad range of tools such as BWA, ABySS, SOAPdenovo, Velvet, TopHat, Cufflinks,
The TIGSS High Performance Compute Cluster (HPCC) is tailored for bioinformatics and computational Biology applications, sequence assembly, alignment and analysis
Provides expansive suite of tools for interpretation of omic data including upstream regulators and downstream effects, cross-experiment comparison of pathways
Digital PCR System for absolute quantification of target DNA or RNA molecules using EvaGreen and probe-based Droplet Digital PCR (ddPCR™)
Scanner and associated equipment that supports Illumina’s broad portfolio of genetic analysis assays for genotyping, CNV analysis, DNA methylation, and
Next-gen sequencer for small sequencing projects requiring longer read length. Ideal for bacterial genomes. Can generate 36 to 250-bp reads
Next-gen sequencer for small to mid-scale sequnecing projects of genomes, exomes, or transcriptomes. Can generate 75 to 150-bp reads for
The C1 Single-Cell Auto Prep system employs an innovative microfluidic technology to rapidly isolate and prepare individual cells for genome
Integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs) for automating real-time or end-point read PCR reactions in nanoliter volumes. Common uses include high-throughput qPCR,
Access to Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society (TIGSS) Computational Resources is provided to all participants. By default
Comprehensive suite of tools for analysis of next-gen sequencing data including resequencing data, workflow management, read mapping, de novo assembly,