The Vermont Integrative Genomics Resource (VIGR) provides a wide array of fast, affordable, user-friendly nucleic acid analysis and genomics data analysis services to the members of the University of Vermont research community and outside institutions.
VIGR supports genomics projects of all types, from design to analysis, and publication and data deposition. By using a local core, investigators have access to free design consultation, custom pipelines, personal interactions and troubleshooting
support, student training and publication support.
How to Access Services
For sequencing and all requests to the AGTC (Advanced Genome Technologies) please use iLabs as described here. For all bioinformatics analyses requests,
please submit your inquiry with project summary to email@example.com.
Citing The Vermont Integrative Genomics Resource DNA Facility
Please remember to cite the University of Vermont Cancer Center-Larner College of Medicine Vermont Integrative Genomics Resource DNA Facility in your abstracts and publications. These citations demonstrate to the NCI and other funding organizations
(as well as the UVM administration) the importance of this facility to UVM researchers and thereby encourage their continued support.
We try to keep a current list of all publications that cite the facility, so please let us know when your papers are published!
For information on how to cite, see the Genome Technologies Page for sequencing services, or Bioinformatics Shared Resource page for bioinformatics services.