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Environmental Genomics Facility

The University of Windsor’s Environmental Genomics Facility (EGF) is a multi-user, central facility located in GLIER and the Department of Biology. A fee for service facility (modest fees cover equipment repair and update costs), the EGF provides University of Windsor and affiliated researchers access to DNA sequencing, automated DNA extraction, micorarray printing and scanning as well as real time PCR.

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Technician: Shelby Mackie
Room 310
Phone: (519) 253.3000 Ext. 3761
Fax: (519) 971.3616 
email:  Shelby

Hours of Operation: 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday

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