core scientific services resources for staff and scientists
Core scientific services at The Wertheim UF Scripps Institute support our nonprofit research mission, and most are available for a fee to other organizations and companies. Advanced technologies and expertise includes next-generation sequencing; high-throughput screening of drug-like molecules; structural biology technologies including NMR; cryo-electron microscopy, and high-content imaging.
Providing data management and analysis services for the Wertheim UF Scripps community as well as for external collaborators.
Whether you use chemical tools to probe fundamental biological mechanisms or are looking to move an initial lead into clinical trials, the DMPK core can help.
Flow cytometry measures and analyzes the characteristics of single particles, normally cells, as they move in a stream and are passed through a laser.
Providing gene knockdown and gene overexpression services to help guide your next discovery.
The Genomics core owns the latest next generation sequencing platforms to address a wide variety of research needs.
Offering cutting-edge instrumentation for High-Content Imaging, which allows the acquisition of microscopic images in high-throughput.
Assisting scientists with protein characterization, identification and quantification to solve relevant biological problems.
Advancing the characterization of models of cancer, metabolism, neurological and inflammatory diseases
We support research programs into genetic, infectious and other diseases, enabling the study of causes and potential treatments.
The data captured enables scientists to determine the sample’s structure as well as the nature of its bonds.
Advancing research and providing scientists with cryo-electron microscopy skills and knowledge to aid in their independent research.
Advancing understanding of inflammation in health and disease, and developing innovative treatment approaches.
Targeting “undruggable” diseases via their RNA sequence.
Where chemistry, biology and robotics join forces for drug discovery and lead identification.
Detailing the structure of life one molecule at a time.
Opening nature’s biodiversity to science.
Links to the library, post-doctoral services, security services, facilities and more.