The Consortium for Comparative Genomics and High Throughput Sequencing Core


The Consortium for Comparative Genomics (CCG) is a multi-institution multi-departmental initiative to develop genomics in Colorado.

The CCG runs and operates a 454/Roche (Pollock) and Illumina/Solexa (Johnston) high-throughput sequencer. Access to the 454 is available to researchers at consortium member institutions, outside academic researchers, and some commercial customers through a high-throughput sequencing core operated in conjunction with the UC Cancer Center DNA Sequencing laboratory.



DNA prep and libraries

cDNA prep and libraries

T cell receptor repertoire sequencing

sample tagging and mixing

microsatellite loci identification and primer creation

rDNA mixture sequencing (Harris)

Targeted sequencing (hybridization; NimbleGen and solution hybridization)


For pricing and further information, please contact:

Jill Stainkamp

Mail samples to:

The Consortium for Comparative Genomics c/o Todd Castoe
U Colorado Health Sciences Center, Biochemistry & Mol Genet
RC1-South L18-9401G
12801 E. 17th Place
Aurora, CO 80045



David Pollock, Director

Todd Castoe, Associate Director

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Wanjun Gu

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