We have a variety of resources available to our Division of Nephrology researchers, including:
- Core Facilites
- Mouse Genetics Core
- Center for Biomedical Information
- Siteman Flow Cytometry Core
- HOPE Center for Collaborative Brain Research
- Consortium for Advanced Imaging and Nanomedicine
- Genomics and Pathology Services
- In-vivo Imaging Core
- Live Cell Imaging Core
- Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS)
- Clinical Research Training Center
Washington University Kidney Translational Research Core (KTRC)
A central entity that facilitates many of our studies is the Washington University Kidney Translational Research Core (KTRC). The KTRC serves as a centralized, integrated biorepository through which researchers worldwide can access biospecimens and clinical data relevant to kidney disease research. Biospecimens include serum, urine, tissue, plasma, DNA and frozen biopsies from more than 3,500 adults and children of different ethnicities, race and socio-economic status, all of whom have various renal diseases and consented to participate in molecular, outcomes and genetic studies.
The KTRC was established during 2007-2012 with support from the NIH-funded George M. O’Brien Center (P30DK097333) and the Washington University Division of Nephrology.
Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Core
The Division of Nephrology is home to the Mouse Embryonice Stem Cell Core. Here you can find services, including standard CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene targeting.