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Anthropology and Museum Studies

Molecular Lab

The CWU Molecular Anthropology Laboratory is located in Dean 232A.  This lab is mainly a teaching lab; however, it is available for students in Anthropology, Primate Behavior & Ecology, and Cultural and Environmental Resource Management to conduct DNA work for theses and independent projects.  Students taking ANTH 316: History and Theory of Molecular Anthropology have the opportunity to receive hands-on training in the molecular lab in addition to lecture.

Equipment located in the lab include:

Qiagen Qiacube—an automated DNA extractor
ABI Prism 310 Genetic Analyzer
Nanodrop 2000
NYX Technik PCR Machine
Gels, centrifuges, oscillators, pipettes, glassware, 2 computers, software,
DNA extraction and processing kits and reagents

 

 

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