We sell a range of commonly-used reagents and plasticware to assist clients to prepare their samples for processing at the BRF.
The ACRF Biomolecular Resource Facility holds a range of equipment and licenses of software to enable users to conduct an analysis of the results we produce.
Our technologies support a wide range of genetic analysis applications.
We provide antibody purification, protein purification, as well as peptide mapping using chromatography. We also provide advice on all aspects of protein expression, purification and chromatography.
Quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) is a method by which the amount of the PCR product can be determined, in real-time, and is very useful for investigating gene expression.
Our services include sequencing and genotyping.
The BRF MHC-Tetramer synthesis service provides custom synthesis of murine MHC Class I peptide tetramer reagents to researchers at ANU.