In recent years the Technology Development Group at the Stanford Genome Technology Center (the former Stanford DNA Sequencing and Technology Center) was responsible for developing custom instrumentation and novel technology to increase the throughput and lower the cost of DNA sequencing and analysis. The links below give an overview of the projects we have completed and the instrumentation and software we have created.
Instrumentation which is exported or commercialized from our lab carries the SUTECH® logo developed in conjunction with the Office of Technology Licensing.
This work was funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute.
- Capillary Electrophoresis
- Oligonucleotide Synthesizer
- Automated Sequencing System
- Hydrodynamic DNA Shearer
- Plaque Picker
- High Capacity Shaker
- Template Preparation Machine
- Flow Through Micro-Centrifuge
- Plasmid Preparation Machine
- ACCESS, an Automated Cell, Compound, and Environment Screening System
- Development on High-throughput Sequencing Technology: emPCR Titration and Barcode Design
- Biomolecular Detection based on Micro-channel Gating
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy for the Discovery of New Human Disease Models (Ultra High Field, Micro-Scale, In-Vivo Biochemical Study of Drosophila)
- Biosensors Technology Group
- Yeast Screen Robot
- High-throughput Pyrosequencing for large-scale genetic analysis
- Nanosensor for Metabolome Screening
- Thermosequencing: A Novel Method of DNA sequencing
- GCMB Microfluidic Biosensor platform