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  • Services and Applications — RCMI (2011-2016)
    the Agilent Bioanalyzer Chips Analysis of point mutations by PCR combined with DNA Sequencing Two color microarrays Agilent Microarrays Affymetrix GeneChip microarrays for expression and ChIP on chip analysis presently Technical support and consultation in molecular genetics Specialized seminars in molecular biology and human genetics Research Applications Characterization of mutations involved in genetic disorders or of clinical relevance Molecular and cell biology of the cytoskeleton Molecular and cell biology of cell proliferation and cell cycle control Control of gene expression in eukaryotic organisms Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services and Applications Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango of HIV and the Host Nov 17 2015 12 00 PM 01 00 PM Amphitheater 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Bldg Medical Sciences Campus 2nd International Symposium of Health

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/cghdrd/gen-services (2015-11-01)
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  • Guidelines for Use — RCMI (2011-2016)
    Priorities Service priorities are as follows RCMI Investigators technicians students Medical Sciences Campus Investigators graduate students technicians Researchers outside MSC Users responsibilities Users should follow facility rules at all times Users should provide information regarding their publications research support and awards to be included in the Facility Annual Report to NIH Copies of publications should be sent to the RMCI Program Office Facility Regulations All equipment should be used on the premises unless its removal is authorized by the facility coordinator The coordinator of the facility reserves the right to regulate access to equipment specifically the right to set hours of operation of the facility the right to limit unsupervised access Users should register for the use of the equipment by signing the logbook Each equipment item has rules for its use accessible at the site The user should comply with these rules Users of services or resources of the Molecular Biology Core Facility should acknowledge RCMI for the support in their research publications abstracts or presentations Users are not allowed to copy any software in computers connected to equipment from the Facility Information acquired with available software must be saved in an external disk Zip to avoid hard disk overload When a problem arises with the equipment the user should notify it immediately to the technician in charge of the facility and fill out a Problem Report Sheet Users should not attempt to solve the problem byhis herself Users should fill the Sequencing Form PDF and or the Oligonucleotides Form PDF when requesting services Download Guidelines PDF Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services and Applications Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/cghdrd/guide-genomics (2015-11-01)
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  • Acknowledgment of RCMI Support — RCMI (2011-2016)
    Program Office 621 A 6th Floor UPR Medical Sciences Campus so that it can be included in the program s reports Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services and Applications Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/cghdrd/acknow_gen (2015-11-01)
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  • Translational Neurosciences Program — RCMI (2011-2016)
    diverse in scope these investigations are unified by certain methodological considerations and requirements They also share a need to detect specific proteins messenger RNAs or physiological events within complex three dimensional structures This detection must often be achieved with very high levels of spatial and or temporal resolution that can only be accomplished with modern neuroimaging approaches The goal of the Translational Neuroscience Program is to integrate cutting edge imaging facilities and instrumentation with existing RCMI Molecular Neurobiology and Neurogenetics cores and technological support Additional objectives are to promote the capacity for the neuroscientists of Puerto Rico to participate in local national and global networking initiatives and to disseminate knowledge concerning neurological health disparities to the larger community The Translational Neuroscience Program agenda will be advanced by the three specific aims Specific Aim 1 To enhance the RCMI Neurogenetics and Molecular Neurobiology Core Facilities with advanced NeuroImaging instrumentation and infrastructure Specific Aim 2 To support programmatic activities that will promote dialogue and collaboration with other RCMI core facilities and between the basic and clinical Neuroscience communities Specific Aim 3 To stimulate national an international networking between investigators addressing health disparities in neurological disorders Contact Mark Miller Ph D Director Email mark miller upr edu Telephone 787 724 4149 Exts 230 271 Location Institute of Neurobiology 201 Calle Norzagaray Old San Juan Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/tnp/goals-and-objectives (2015-11-01)
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  • Staff — RCMI (2011-2016)
    program to establish a shared Molecular Neurobiology core at the Institute His research focusses on the regulation of neuronal excitability by RNA editing Dr Rosenthal received his Ph D from Stanford University in 1996 Following postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Dr Francisco Bezanilla at UCLA he joined the faculty of the Institute of Neurobiology He was recruited in 2003 by the University of Puerto Rico RCMI program to establish a shared Molecular Neurobiology core at the Institute His research focusses on the regulation of neuronal excitability by RNA editing email joshua rosenthal upr edu Bruno Marie PhD Neurogenetics Core Coordinator Dr Marie received his Ph D from the University of Sussex in 2000 Following postdoctoral studies at the University of Puerto Rico and UCSF he joined the faculty of the Institute of Neurobiology in 2007 He was recruited by the University of Puerto Rico RCMI program to establish a shared Neurogenetics core at the Institute His research focusses on molecular mechanisms of synaptic homeostasis email brunomariemail gmail com Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/tnp/staff_neuro (2015-11-01)
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  • Specialized Instrumentation — RCMI (2011-2016)
    meeting investigators needs recommended a combination of Zeiss optics maintaining consistency with our LSCM with the spinning disc technology developed by Intelligent Imaging Innovations Inc 3i This system is presently operating and is being used on a daily basis by investigators and students from four laboratories It is anticipated that its use will soon approach that of the LSCM Electron Microscopy In 1986 the NIH donated a Philips 400T electron microscope to the Institute when the National Institute of Nervous Diseases and Stroke NINDS upgraded its EM facility This instrument served our investigators and students well for nearly twenty five years However in 2010 the NSF awarded a Major Research Instrumentation grant PI Dr Rosa Blanco for purchasing a state of the art JEOL Model JEM 1011 Transmission Electron Microscope Rehabilitation of lab space on the first floor of the Institute and installation of the EM was completed in March of this year Training sessions have been provided and investigators are beginning to acquire micrographs Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/tnp/inst-neuro (2015-11-01)
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  • Services — RCMI (2011-2016)
    reports Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment of RCMI Support Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango of HIV and the Host Nov 17 2015 12 00 PM 01 00 PM Amphitheater

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  • Guidelines for Use — RCMI (2011-2016)
    addressed and managed Most of the time they are settled between the individual users and do not require intervention If a user complains to Luis Quiñones about another user of the lab he will talk to the respective person and try to solve the conflict In case a conflict cannot be resolved by talking to the involved users a meeting with the concerned PIs will be held In cases of severe or repeated disruption of lab security or other disturbances affecting work conditions in the lab a written report will be submitted to the Oversight Committee This Committee will then meet and decide whether access to the facility will be revoked The Committee s decision will be final Specific Guidelines Safety Some of the reagents we use in molecular biology are potentially harmful to your health Be sure you understand the hazards involved An orange binder with Material Safety Data Sheets can be found inn the catalog shelf If you are uncertain ask staff personnel Wear gloves and protective clothing whenever necessary All users must show evidence of compliance with UPR Biosafety regulations Accidents happen to everybody If one happens to you don t cover it up Clean up by yourself or if a hazardous substance was involved call staff personnel for help If an accident resulted in damage of an instrument or a piece of equipment notify staff personnel immediately so that replacement and or repair can be initiated A problem report sheet can be found in the appendix B This sheet is also to be used to report damage or malfunction of a piece of equipment If an accident results in personal injury always notify staff personnel or in case we are not available call others for help A first aid kit and a list with emergency telephone numbers is located at the lab technician s desk next to the telephone We hope you will never need them but familiarize yourself with the location of fire extinguishers the emergency shower you don t need to test it and the eye wash installation Literature on lab safety available in the laboratory Stricoff R S Walters D B 1995 Handbook of Laboratory Health and Safety 2nd edition John Wiley Sons Inc New York Chichester Brisbane Toronto Singapore A binder with material safety data sheets of reagents used in the lab Also keep in mind that most suppliers of reagents have websites where material safety data sheets can be inspected and downloaded Food and drink No food and drinks are allowed at the lab benches and in the refrigerators and freezers at any time A special small FOOD ONLY labeled refrigerator and a coffee maker are located in the office area and in the lunch room Sharps and waste disposal Needles razor blades broken glass and other sharp or pointed objects are to be disposed into the provided containers Never throw them into the general wastebaskets Potentially hazardous reagents mostly organic solvents phenol paraformaldehyde solutions etc have to be collected in

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/tnp/neuro_guides (2015-11-01)
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