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DNA Protein Core Facility

The recombinant DNA/protein Facility functions to stimulate the competitiveness of biomolecular research activities at Oklahoma State University and throughout Oklahoma by providing access to essential advanced technologies whose availability or price might might otherwise be prohibitive to individual investigators.
To fulfill this mission, the Facility performs specialized biochemical analysis, manages a battery of multi-user equipment, provides technical expertise, and vends specialized biochemicals. The facility operates as a non-profit entity, providing its services at or below actual costs with assistance from OSU's Agricultural Experiment Station, the Office of Vice-President of Research, and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.


Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Services

 We have two state-of-the-art mass spectrometers; an Orbitrap Fusion Tribrid and an LTQ Orbitrap XL to suit all of your proteomics needs.

Dr. Steve Hartson doing an experiment.


A professor in a lab coat doing an experiment.


Sequencing Services

Sequencing Help

  • Decision Making Guide
  • Troubleshooting
  • Interpreting Electropherograms
  • Useful Sites

Sequencing Sample Formats

  • Plasmid
  • PCR
  • Primers

Servers and Data Distribution

  • Core Server 4
  • Oklahoma Petastore
  • Data Distribution and Policies


Fragment Analysis

Fragment Analysis is simply the analysis of labeled PCR fragments that takes advantage of the rapidity and accuracy of the capillary electrophoresis capabilities of our DNA sequencing instrument.

Minor Instruments Pod

We maintain a broad range of common-use analytical equipment for use by university personnel and guests.
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