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NanoString Technology

The nCounter® Analysis System is an automated, multi-application, digital detection and counting system which directly profiles up to 800 molecules simultaneously from a single sample using a novel barcoding technology. Profile hundreds of mRNAs, microRNAs, or DNA targets simultaneously with high sensitivity and precision. The system uses single molecule imaging to detect and count hundreds of unique transcripts in a single reaction. Unlike other methods, the protocol does not include any amplification steps that might introduce bias to the results.

OSTR has negotiated a pricing schedule for NanoString Code Sets: View Price List. In addition, OSTR will provide 50% subsidy to be use toward the purchase of off-the-shelf Gene Panels or custom designed Code Sets.

For a general description of the NanoString nCounter Analysis workflow, visit the nCounter Workflow page.

NanoString Services are available in two locations: 

Bethesda:  CCR Genomics Core
Elizabeth Conner Ph.D., Facility Head, Liz_conner@nih.gov
Cancer Genetics Branch, 
Bldg. 37 Room 2135
NCI, NIH
 37 Convent Drive

Bethesda, MD 20892
(301) 496-0731

Frederick: Genomics Technology Laboratory
Xiaolin Wu, Ph.D., forestwu@mail.nih.gov
Cancer Research Technology Program (ATRF)
8560 Progress Drive, Frederick MD, 21701
(301) 846-7677

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