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Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics (CMMT)

3025-950 West 28th Ave
Vancouver, B.C., V5Z 4H4
Canada

Phone: (604) 875-3800
Fax: (604) 875-3819
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The Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics (CMMT) is dedicated to the practice of world class discovery research contributing to the fundamental knowledge in the determination and control of genetic susceptibility to disease. Among the unique advantages of the CMMT are flexibility, the ability to develop, evaluate and incorporate ideas, and to move rapidly into promising areas. The Centre offers an infrastructure and support system that have allowed faculty to interact with collaborators in a highly productive environment. The CMMT promotes research excellence and innovation, providing flexible funding to researchers and an environment that enhances the ability to reach goals in a time effective manner.

The CMMT offers several services to the research community including DNA Sequencing, high throughput SNP genotyping and gene expression profiling, as well as micro-fluidics based RNA, DNA, and protein sample bioanalysis. More information is available on our website.



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