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Specimen Processing

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  1. Material processing service


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    Specimen processing is one of the major services the TCL provides to support clinical research. We accommodate special protocols to process many different types of specimens. Typical specimen processing projects include: -- PBMC isolation (Ficoll or CPT tubes) -- Monocyte isolation -- Neutrophil isolation -- Isolation of CD4 positive cells -- LPS stimulation of cells -- Serum or plasma aliquoting -- Urine (adjusting pH, making aliquots, etc) -- Bronchoalveolar lavage processing -- Fecal sample processing -- DNA/RNA extraction We follow the protocols strictly so variation among different processing sites is minimized. The lab supplies and reagents will most often come directly from the study team so only labor will be billed. The study team is responsible for tracking the expiration date of the supplies and reagents.
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    Translational Core Laboratories (CHOP)
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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016