• pins
  • Hamilton 2
  • graph
  • Seiko.epson
  • Seiko overhead

ICCB-Longwood

The ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility is a small molecule and functional genomics high-throughput screening laboratory. It is built around modular work stations and most assays are performed in 384-well plates. There are over 500,000 small molecules available for screening at ICCB-Longwood and the compound collection is continuously growing. Whole human and mouse genome siRNA libraries, arrayed sgRNA libraries, lncRNA siRNA libraries, as well as miRNA mimic and inhibitor libraries, are also available for screening. These libraries can be screened at the genome level or in focused subsets. 

Notices

ICCB-L Screening Room support is typically 9 am - 5:30 pm Monday - Friday.

Thermo Functional Genomics Quote for ICCB-L Users

Acknowledging ICCB-L in Publications

Researchers using the services of ICCB-L staff or equipment agree to acknowledge the support of 'ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility at Harvard Medical School' in publications arising from your use of the facility. If an ICCB-L member has made an important intellectual contribution to the project, as determined by generally accepted criteria for academic collaborations, then that person should be considered for authorship on the publication. If your project was supported by a grant that also directly supports the ICCB-L, please consult the ICCB-L Director regarding the appropriate grant citation. Please notify Jen Smith upon public release of your publication.