Molecular Biology Lab
202 Weber Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
The Molecular Biology Laboratory consists of an 800 square foot room equipped to conduct routine molecular biology experiments. The major equipment in this lab include a Beckman L80 Ultracentrifuge, Beckman J-21 centrifuge, Beckman J-6 centrifuge, Perkin Elmer Thermocycler, Perkin Elmer 2400 PCR System Thermocycler, Hybaid hybridization oven, VWR 1410 Vacuum Oven, -80 Ultralow freezer, Fisher Model G24 bacteria culture shaker, Bellco shaking water bath.
The minor equipment includes water baths, a gel dryer, sequencing apparatus, horizontal and vertical gel electrophoresis apparatus, UV illuminator and Polaroid camera system, and microcentrifuges. A microscope and cell culture portion of the laboratory is a 170 square foot room off the main lab.
This room includes a Nikon Diaphot 300 inverted microscope with fluorescent capabilities, Narshigi micromanipulators for embryo/cell manipulations, Nuaire Model NU-425-400 laminar flow hood, Fisher Isotemp CO2 incubator and a Fisher Isotemp 210 water bath.