The Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry Laboratory (PNACL) provides analytical and synthetic resources including:

DNA Technologies

The Nucleic Acid Chemistry Laboratory at Washington University was established in 1984. Directed by Dr. Gregory A. Grant and administered by the Department of Developmental Biology, the PNACL is a multi-user shared instrumentation core laboratory that provides sophisticated analytical capabilities that would not otherwise be available to individual researchers.

The Nucleic Acid Chemistry Laboratory offers automated DNA sequencing using Applied Biosystems Models 3130 and 3730 DNA sequencers.

In addition to performing analytical services, the Director and staff of the PNACL are available for consultation in experimental design, interpretation of data, and any other aspect in which they can be of assistance.

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Physical Location:

PNACL
North Building
Third Floor
Room 3833
St. Louis, MO

Snail-Mail:

PNACL
Washington University School of Medicine
Departments of Medicine and Developmental Biology
Campus Box 8103
660 South Euclid Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110

Billing questions:
Kati Riebold
Phone:
314-747-5523

kriebold@wustl.edu

Fax:
314.362.4698

DNA Sequencing
314-362-0282

Misty Veschak veschak@wustl.edu

Administration:

Connie Cooper
314-747-0626
ccooper@wustl.edu

Page revised 9/14/12