The IGM Genomics Center at the University of California, San Diego, is a core research facility overseen by the IGM. Located in Leichtag 172, the IGM Genomics Center provides a variety of services, including sequencing library preparation and sequencing on Illumina's MiSeq and NovaSeq 6000 platforms. We support single cell sequencing on the 10X Genomics Chromium Controller. We also process Illumina Infinium Beadchips, which includes a variety of whole-genome genotyping (WGGT) arrays as well as the Infinium MethylationEPIC BeadChip. For our complete offerings, please visit the Services tab.
The mission of the IGM Genomics Center is to provide UCSD researchers, as well as researchers in the greater UC community, high quality standard, cutting-edge, and custom genomics services as well as consultation on experimental design and training/education about genomic methods. We can also provide our services to researchers at other research institutions and to industry.
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The IGM Genomics Center is supported by the Moores Cancer Center, an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, and provides genomics services central to basic and translational cancer research. For more information, please visit our Cancer Genomics page.
The IGM Genomics Center is supported by the UCSD-UCLA Diabetes Research Center and provides genomics services to support research in the prevention and treatment of diabetes. For more information, please visit the DRC Genomics and Epigenetics Core website.
The IGM Genomics Center is supported by the San Diego Digestive Diseases Research Center and provides genomics services to support research related to inflammation, immunity, and host-microbial interactions in both gastrointestinal tract and liver. For more information, please visit the Microbiomics and Functional Genomics Core.