From UB colleagues to local, national and international investigators, we support the entire research community by sharing data, performing specialized analyses and providing access to methods and expertise that bolster basic, clinical and translational studies.
ArchAlign identifies shared chromatin structural patterns from high-resolution datasets derived from next-generation sequencing or tiled microarray approaches, by aligning chromatin signals for regions of interest.
The Hauptman-Woodward Institute/UB Department of Structural Biology makes its crystallography analysis software available for download by the scientific community.
Software developed by Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation provides established means for collecting patient data, enabling providers to evaluate the effectiveness of their programs, establish short- and long-term goals for treatment, coordinate care with resources and much more. In addition to developing these programs, UDS conducts training, consultation and research related to functional assessment in medical rehabilitation.
This center develops and commercializes innovative products and manufactures high quality research reagents for life science and translational research. Reagents are available for a variety of purposes, including cell analysis, DNA/RNA purification, metabolite assays and more.
Frederick Sachs, PhD, founded this startup to develop treatments for muscular dystrophy based on a peptide derived from tarantula venom. Researchers may purchase the peptide, GsMtx-4, by contacting Sachs.