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AM Biotechnologies

12521 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77034 USAAM Biotechnologies develops DNA-based affinity agents called thioaptamers using unique chemistries and a proprietary bead-based selection process.

AllCells

3509 Elgin Street, Suite 300 Houston, TX, 77004 United StatesFeatured: -- GMP-compliant Leukopaks, GMP Bone Marrow, Mobilized Leukopaks, as well as Cryopreserved Leukopak products -- Integrated network of HLA-typed donor pools located across the United States, in accordance with IRB, FDA, and AABB -- Extensive research-use products and services & class A and B cleanroom capabilities -- Bulk (full pak) cell isolations for cell banking or matched samples pre-clinical screening options for early-stage pipeline development Founded in 1998, AllCells is the global leader in the procurement and customization of biologically relevant research and GMP-compliant products and donor management services to support a diversity of life sciences applications. AllCells’ FDA-registered facilities, robust quality framework and proven industry expertise afford the responsiveness, product diversity, quality and regulatory standards required by researchers in life sciences. Our donor facilities - located in California, Massachusetts, and Texas - and GMP-compliant cleanroom are strategically located, enabling immediate processing and cryopreservation for unparalleled quality. AllCells provides flexible and scalable solutions to support dynamic, client-specific needs and timelines from inception to commercialization. AllCells – Quality Cells for Quality AllCells also provides Clinical Grade products for further manufacturing of allogeneic cell based therapies. Through our experience in GMP Allogeneic Clinical Grade collections, we have developed a proven approach to delivering the highest level of quality and compliance.

Audubon Bioscience Co

2450 Holcombe Boulevard Suite X Houston, TX, 77021 United StatesBiobank and Biospecimen CRO collecting different format tissue, blood and other biofluid samples in different therapeutic fields.

Radiant Research

7515 Greenville Ave.Radiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

ApoCell

2575 West Bellfort, Suite 190 Houston, TX 77054ApoCell offers biomarker, assay, microarray, antibody, cell analysis, and protein expression services.

ApoCell

Houston, TX United StatesApoCell offers biomarker, assay, microarray, antibody, cell analysis, and protein expression services.

University of Toledo

2801 BancroftUniversity of Toledo focuses on research and offers its flow cytometry, microarray, microscopy, and clinical facilities to support the research community.

American Biochemicals

2151 Harvey Mitchell Pkwy S #221 College Station, TX, 77840 United StatesCustom synthesis of specialty/advanced/novel organic compounds and medicinal chemistry consulting.

Audie L. Murphy Memorial VA Hospital (STVHCS)

7400 Merton Minter San Antonio, TX 78229The Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital (ALMMVH), named after the nation’s most decorated World War II hero, is a quaternary care facility, which is affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Comprehensive health care is provided through acute medical, surgical, mental health, physical medicine and rehabilitation, geriatric, and primary care services. Comprised of a Spinal Cord Injury Center, a Community Living Center, a Domiciliary, and a Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (SARRTP). ALMMVH provides quaternary services including bone marrow transplantation, open-heart surgery, magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography. As a Level II Research facility ALMMVH has projects that include aging, cardiac surgery, cancer, diabetes and HIV. The facility has one of three National Institutes of Health sponsored clinical research centers in the VA. In addition, the Geriatric Research, Education & Clinical Center (GRECC) is a “Center of Excellence.”

Animal Technologies

2016 E. Erwin Tyler, TX 75702 USAAnimal Technologies supplies raw animal sera, blood products, tissues, glands, and organs.

Antimicrobial Test Laboratories

1304 W. Industrial Blvd Round Rock, TX 78681 USAAntimicrobial Test Laboratories is a contract microbiology laboratory founded in 2006. It offers a broad range of testing capabilities performed by a staff of specialized, experienced microbiologists. The laboratory conducts product efficacy tests to support companies that make antimicrobial products. The laboratory offers fantastic support to its clients, from designing proof-of-concept screening tests to conducting large-scale, complex GLP-compliant studies for EPA and FDA.

Abbexa Ltd.

118 Eldridge Rd, Suite C Sugar Land, TX, 77478 United StatesAbbexa is based at the World renowned Cambridge Science Park, in Cambridge, UK. We are a supplier and distributor of biological tools for the life science, pharmaceutical development and biotechnology sectors. We provide the scientific community with primary antibodies, secondary antibodies, proteins, ELISA kits and enzymes as well as other kits and tools for use in research. Working with various laboratories across the World, we aim to develop relevant, high quality, tested products for the biomedical research market. Abbexa is a dedicated worldwide antibody supplier and protein supplier. Whether you are carrying out academic research, pharmaceutical research, disease research or other biological research, our monoclonal antibodies, polyclonal antibodies, proteins and biological reagents are designed to facilitate your research. We appreciate that sometimes it is hard to find the right antibody to match your needs, and we therefore offer a custom protein, peptide and antibody production pipeline. Abbexa is committed to providing scientists and researchers with the best customer experience and high quality products. We want to provide you with the best support available, which is why we guarantee customer satisfaction. If you are unhappy with the performance of your product we will offer you an immediate replacement or refund. Please have a look at our quality guarantee for further details. We are constantly striving to improve in everything we do, so please do get in touch with any comments regarding the website, service, products, or anything else.

Accutest

10165 Harwin Drive Suite 150 Houston, TX 77036Accutest Research Laboratories offers clinical trials, method development, pharmacokinetic analysis, BA/BE studies, and herbal medicine screening.

AZYP

700 Planetarium Place CRB 303 Arlington, Texas, 76019 United StatesAZYP, LLC is the newest and fastest growing company of providing chromatographic tools for chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech companies to analyze and purify chemicals, biochemical and pharmaceuticals. We use proprietary technologies to produce state-of-the-art products to serve our customers worldwide. Also, we provide the services to develop new methods or use existing methods for the analysis of environmental and pharmaceutical samples. AZYP is privately owned and operated, and it has been in business in the DFW metroplex area since 2010.

ACRC TRIALS

Legacy Medical Village 5425 W. Spring Creek Parkway Suite 130 • Plano, TX 75024Current Studies Acne Allergy (Adult & Children) Asthma Chronic Low Back Pain Constipation Pain Medications Chronic Bronchitis COPD / Emphysema Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetes - Type II Diarrhea Ear Infection Endometriosis Fibromyalgia Flu Frequent Urination in Men GERD - Acid Reflux Gout Hypertension High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Irritable Bowel Syndrome Migraine Headaches Osteoporosis Overactive Bladder Psoriasis Rosacea Sleep Disorders Smoking Addiction Acne Allergy (Adult & Children) Asthma Chronic Low Back Pain Constipation Pain Medications Chronic Bronchitis COPD / Emphysema Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetes - Type II Diarrhea Ear Infection Endometriosis Fibromyalgia Flu Frequent Urination in Men GERD - Acid Reflux Gout Hypertension High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Irritable Bowel Syndrome Welcome to our site ACRC Trials is an investigator site network of award-winning physician practices and clinics, specializing in Phase II-IV pharmaceutical and device studies. Our location at Legacy Medical Village, a master planned facility that offers primary care and complements it with open-access to independent specialty practices and convenient services, allows us to offer a distinct level of service to the medical research community. With an emphasis on excellence, reliability, and volunteer care, ACRC Trials is committed to upholding the highest standards of quality in implementing clinical research studies and managing volunteer safety. ACRC Trials has more investigators recognized by their peers as D Magazine “Best Doctors” than any other research facility in Texas. Our experienced research team is dedicated to conducting clinical research studies with dedication, accuracy, and efficiency. ACRC Trials has conducted clinical studies involving volunteers for nationally and internationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. As a leader in research, our mission is to provide exceptional services to our sponsors and volunteers, and to set the standard of excellence in coordinating clinical trials so patients can enjoy the benefits of approved treatments as quickly as possible. We aim to advance medical treatments, establish ourselves and our team of top-notch physicians as leaders in clinical research and offer our research team a great place to work. Therapeutic Areas Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Cardiology Dentistry Dermatology Ear, Nose, Throat, and Allergy Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Family Medicine Internal Medicine Neurology and Headache Obstetrics and Gynecology Optometry Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery Pediatrics Psychiatry Pulmonology Urology Vaccines

ACRC TRIALS

Legacy Medical Village 5425 W. Spring Creek Parkway Suite 130 • Plano, , TX , 75024 United StatesCurrent Studies Acne Allergy (Adult & Children) Asthma Chronic Low Back Pain Constipation Pain Medications Chronic Bronchitis COPD / Emphysema Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetes - Type II Diarrhea Ear Infection Endometriosis Fibromyalgia Flu Frequent Urination in Men GERD - Acid Reflux Gout Hypertension High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Irritable Bowel Syndrome Migraine Headaches Osteoporosis Overactive Bladder Psoriasis Rosacea Sleep Disorders Smoking Addiction Acne Allergy (Adult & Children) Asthma Chronic Low Back Pain Constipation Pain Medications Chronic Bronchitis COPD / Emphysema Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetes - Type II Diarrhea Ear Infection Endometriosis Fibromyalgia Flu Frequent Urination in Men GERD - Acid Reflux Gout Hypertension High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Irritable Bowel Syndrome Welcome to our site ACRC Trials is an investigator site network of award-winning physician practices and clinics, specializing in Phase II-IV pharmaceutical and device studies. Our location at Legacy Medical Village, a master planned facility that offers primary care and complements it with open-access to independent specialty practices and convenient services, allows us to offer a distinct level of service to the medical research community. With an emphasis on excellence, reliability, and volunteer care, ACRC Trials is committed to upholding the highest standards of quality in implementing clinical research studies and managing volunteer safety. ACRC Trials has more investigators recognized by their peers as D Magazine “Best Doctors” than any other research facility in Texas. Our experienced research team is dedicated to conducting clinical research studies with dedication, accuracy, and efficiency. ACRC Trials has conducted clinical studies involving volunteers for nationally and internationally recognized pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. As a leader in research, our mission is to provide exceptional services to our sponsors and volunteers, and to set the standard of excellence in coordinating clinical trials so patients can enjoy the benefits of approved treatments as quickly as possible. We aim to advance medical treatments, establish ourselves and our team of top-notch physicians as leaders in clinical research and offer our research team a great place to work. Therapeutic Areas Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Cardiology Dentistry Dermatology Ear, Nose, Throat, and Allergy Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Family Medicine Internal Medicine Neurology and Headache Obstetrics and Gynecology Optometry Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery Pediatrics Psychiatry Pulmonology Urology Vaccines

Aptiance

4220 Beltwood Parkway Farmers Branch, TX, 75244 United StatesAptiance provides cutting edge technology, services, and products in the fields of analytical & bio-analytical chemistry, pharmaceuticals, synthetic chemistry and water purification.

AM biotechologies

12521 Gulf Freeway, Houston, Texas 77034

Academy Biomedical Company

1417 Kress Street Houston, TX 77020-7422 USAAcademy Biomedical Company supplies high quality antibodies for the atherosclerosis research community.

Academy Biomedical Company

Houston, TX United StatesAcademy Biomedical Company supplies high quality antibodies for the atherosclerosis research community.

Arizona State University - CLAS Proteomics Core

300 E. University Dr., Suite 145

Aqumin LLC

1415 S. Voss Road, Suite 110-465 United States Houston, TX, 77057 United StatesAqumin developed AlphaVision® for medical software, a unique data analysis solution that offers a better/faster way to analyze data without missing vital information or wasting time on dead ends. We provide large scale data aggregation using high-performance 3D visualization. Users are able to combine and re-arrange large, complex datasets from multiple sources in real-time for instant pattern recognition of complex relationships. Fast, interactive hypothesis testing answers questions in minutes instead of weeks. Installations of our software (in genomic oncology) show early success. We are currently partnering with large cancer research organizations on workflows that speed up their drug and treatment development to get them to patients them in less time. We are ready for rapid market expansion. Our mission is to make this game changing technology readily available to the medical/pharmaceutical industry for better and faster data analysis saving time and money in research and development. See Everything, Miss Nothing®

ALS Group

10450 Stancliff Road Suite 210 Houston, TX 77099ALS Global services support food and pharmaceutical quality assurance, environmental monitoring, mining and mineral exploration, commodity certification, equipment maintenance, and industrial operations.

Astrogenetix

401 Congress Ave. Suite 1650 Austin, Texas 78701Astrogenetix offers biomarker discovery, preclinical studies, and microgravity processing.

AlgorithmHub

1005 Heron Drive East Colleyville, TX, 76034 United StatesThe AlgorithmHub cloud-based platform provides tools for scientists and engineers with benefits such as faster experimentation by being able to test ideas in parallel; collaboration with a central hub to share knowledge and stop reinventing the wheel; reproducibility by always saving data and algorithm runtime environments; and devops capability to quickly deploy models to production. We support a wide variety of software languages. With the AlgorithmHub's Open Algorithm Container specification, your algorithm will be accessible anywhere from the cloud and automatically interoperable with other algorithms on AlgorithmHub. Streamline your algorithm development pipeline for internal operations or commercialize your algorithms on AlgorithmHub.

AlgorithmHub

708 Kent Ct. Southlake, TX 76092-8868The AlgorithmHub cloud-based platform provides tools for scientists and engineers with benefits such as faster experimentation by being able to test ideas in parallel; collaboration with a central hub to share knowledge and stop reinventing the wheel; reproducibility by always saving data and algorithm runtime environments; and devops capability to quickly deploy models to production. We support a wide variety of software languages. With the AlgorithmHub's Open Algorithm Container specification, your algorithm will be accessible anywhere from the cloud and automatically interoperable with other algorithms on AlgorithmHub. Streamline your algorithm development pipeline for internal operations or commercialize your algorithms on AlgorithmHub.

Alamo Laboratories

7795 Mainland Drive STE 109 San Antonio, TX 78250 USAAlamo Laboratories offers custom gene synthesis, cloning, library construction, peptide synthesis, and antibody production services.

ARQ Genetics

1110 Main Street, Ste. B Bastop, TX 78602 USAARQ Genetics offers custom-designed gene panels and expertise in microRNA analysis.

ATS Engineering, Inspectors & Surveyors

4910 West Hwy. 290 Austin, Texas 78735

Acentrus Specialty

290 E. John Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX, 75062 United StatesAcentrus Specialty: Data That Delivers Insights and Drives Outcomes The Acentrus Specialty network of 115 health system and hospital-operated specialty pharmacies is an exceptional source of EHR and dispensing data with the power to advance your outcomes, health economics, and commercial analytics. The Acentrus network encompasses: · The nation’s top academic medical centers, IDNs, and research institutions · 10 NCI designated and 6 NCCN-member centers · De-identified, HIPAA-compliant, and tokenized inpatient and outpatient EHR and dispensing data from centers of excellence in: o Oncology o Neurology o Rheumatology o Infectious disease o Transplant o Pulmonology o And other specialties Acentrus Specialty has the depth and breadth of data to power your RWE and HEOR initiatives. Acentrus Specialty is the nation’s largest network of health system-owned specialty pharmacies and a leader in encouraging collaboration between all specialty pharmacy stakeholders. Learn more at acentrusrx.com.

Analytical Scientific

11049 Bandera Road San Antonio, TX, 78250 United States

Avero Diagnostics

410 N. Utica Avenue Lubbock, TX 79416 USAAvero Diagnostics specializes in pathology and molecular diagnostic services.

Avero Diagnostics

6221 Riverside Drive Suite 119 Irving, TX 75039 USAAvero Diagnostics specializes in pathology and molecular diagnostic services.

Alpha Diagnostic International

6203 Woodlake Center San Antonio Texas 78244 USAAlpha Diagnostic International offers custom peptides, antibody services, and protein services.

Alpha Diagnostic International

San Antonio, TX United StatesAlpha Diagnostic International offers custom peptides, antibody services, and protein services.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine YU Gruss Magnetic Resonance Research Center

Gruss 1st Floor Overview The Gruss Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC) is a multidisciplinary and multimodality (MRI and MicroPet/SPECT/CT) based research facility within Einstein that is dedicated for clinical and basic research. The center supports both human MR Imaging and Spectroscopy and animal MRI PET/SPECT and CT research, including structural, functional, physiological, molecular, spectroscopy and chemical shift imaging. The center is staffed by professionals with MRI and uPET technical, image analysis, clinical and technological expertise. The facility includes patient interview, preparation and recovery facilities and a full range of patient stimulus and monitoring technology.

ApexBio

9420 London Bridge Station Houston, TX 77054 USAApexBio is a premier provider of Peptides and lab reagents for biological research. We carry a broad product line in research areas such as Apoptosis, Epigenetics,Cancer Biology and so on. Apexbio also provides custom services including peptide synthesis, antibody production and assay development.

ApexBio

7505 Fannin Street, Suite 410 Houston, Texas, 77054 United StatesApexBio is a premier provider of Peptides and lab reagents for biological research. We carry a broad product line in research areas such as Apoptosis, Epigenetics,Cancer Biology and so on. Apexbio also provides custom services including peptide synthesis, antibody production and assay development.

ApexBio

Houston, TX United StatesApexBio is a premier provider of Peptides and lab reagents for biological research. We carry a broad product line in research areas such as Apoptosis, Epigenetics,Cancer Biology and so on. Apexbio also provides custom services including peptide synthesis, antibody production and assay development.

Altogen Labs

4020 South Industrial Drive Austin, TX, 78744 United StatesAltogen Labs is a Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)-compliant laboratory that provides biotechnology research services for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and academic institutions worldwide.

AQSIQ Laboratory

10555 Turtlewood CT Houston,TX 77072 USAAQSIQ laboratory boasts the ability to issue (GB-CHINA) Laboratory certificates to companies and individuals exporting food and feed products to the Republic of CHINA. AQSIQ laboratory in 2002 became the first official laboratory to be approved by the China Food & Drug Administration to test for pesticide residues and Food Microbiology, this scope was broadened in 2009 to include testing and certification in the fields of nutrition, food supplements, and Food Chemistry Analysis. The benefit of AQSIQ laboratory ‘s scope of accreditation are more security: Exporters can now rest assured that their cargo will be accepted at china ports of entry because AQSIQ standards have been met, China consumers will have peace of mind knowing that their food products are safe and compliant with china food labeling standards, AQSIQ laboratory issued of test report with chinese version will be recognized in every port of China CIQ.

Austin Analytical, LLC

8900 Shoal Creek Boulevard Austin, TX, 78757 United StatesAustin Analytical, LLC is a small testing laboratory located in Austin, TX. We started here and our principals have been providing high quality testing services for decades.

Accuracy Healthcare Informatics, LLC

700 LAVACA ST STE 1401 AUSTIN TX 78701-3101We are committed to provide quality bioinformatics services to your projects. We: - Extensive Experience: We started our practice since 2009 - High quality: we understand the software we use in our pipelines. And we provide cross-validations - Dedicated customer services: your satisfaction guaranteed. - Overnight turnaround: for most ChIP-Seq datasets - Free shipping: free shipping labels for your data storage devices.

Abblis Chemicals LLC.

9330 Kirby Drive Houston, TX, 77054 United StatesAbblis Chemicals LLC ( http://www.abblis.com ) is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of high-performance specialty organic chemicals and chemical intermediates products for the non-clinical research fields in the global market, with expertise in custom reagents design and synthesis. With a full mix of professionals in chemistry research, QA/QC, and trade business, we're confident to satisfy dependable and sustainable sourcing demands. Abblis has facilities all over world. We have laboratories in the United States and manufacturing bases both in the States and in China. We specialized in supplying Organic Chemicals and also own an enthusiastic, energetic and friendly technical and customer support team and management team with years of experience in the Organic Chemical Industry. We also keep increasing our custom synthesis capabilities and providing faster delivery for bulk chemicals and are aiming to provide the most innovative range of research reagents at the most competitive price. Our samples include Building Blocks, Organoborons, Organohalides, Organosilanes, Reduction, Oxidation, Catalysts, Protections, Chiral Auxiliaries, Condensation Agents and etc. Abblis insure good quality of our product by NMR, HPLC, GC and so on. Unlike the other providers, Abblis always does the HPLC via 3 different HPLC conditions which can minimize the probable error. For chiral compounds, we also provide the chiral HPLC spectrum which can give the ee% value directly! At the same time, we have established a stable relationship with customers within engaged in laboratory and development chemist, universities, research institutions and government agencies for years.

Benchmark Research

3555 Knickerbocker Road San Angelo, TX 76904Benchmark Research is one of the top clinical research firms - trusted worldwide in conducting investigational studies for the development of new vaccines and medicines to help prevent a wide range of illnesses.

Benchmark Research

4504 Boat Club Road, Suite 400A Fort Worth, TX 76135Benchmark Research is one of the top clinical research firms - trusted worldwide in conducting investigational studies for the development of new vaccines and medicines to help prevent a wide range of illnesses.

Benchmark Research

3100 Red River Street, #1 Austin, TX 78705Benchmark Research is one of the top clinical research firms - trusted worldwide in conducting investigational studies for the development of new vaccines and medicines to help prevent a wide range of illnesses.

Benchmark Research

3100 Red River Street, #1 Austin, TX, 78705 United StatesBenchmark Research is one of the top clinical research firms - trusted worldwide in conducting investigational studies for the development of new vaccines and medicines to help prevent a wide range of illnesses.

Baylor College of Medicine Human Stem Cell Core

One Baylor Plaza Mail Stop BCM505 Houston, TX 77030The Human Stem Cell Core provides a wide range of products and services related to human pluripotent stem cell research, as well as hands-on training classes for basic and advanced stem cell culture techniques. The HSCC offers cost-effective solutions to generate and characterize novel induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells for in vitro disease modeling, employing “zero-footprint” technologies such as Sendai virus-based and episomal vector-based reprogramming. We also offer customized research support for experimental design and validation assays.

Baylor Research Institute Center of Metabolomics

3812 Elm Street Dallas, Texas 75226Within our center, we apply liquid chromatography and gas chromatography mass spectrometry techniques to perform targeted and general metabolomic studies. Targeted metabolomics: enables the systematic quantitation of a wide range of metabolites in cells, tissues or clinically relevant fluids. This analytical approach has the advantage of being highly specific and sensitive, providing high quality data on the molar concentrations of multiple metabolites involved in a pathway. Targeted metabolomic analysis generally requires a hypothesis-driven type of experiment, where there is a recognized rationale for the determination of a group of metabolites. General metabolomics: (also known as untargeted metabolomics) is an analytical approach used to determine potential biomarkers in a disease group in comparison to a non-disease or control group.

BCM Technologies, Inc.

2 Greenway Plaza, STE 910 Houston, TX 77046BCM Technologies’ (BCMT) investment strategy revolves around the concept that maximum returns from early stage life science investing will result from impeccable diligence and a solid understanding of the underlying science. BCMT likes to invest early and create substantial value by leveraging the experience of the team to guide the company through the start-up process and avoid common mistakes. Success at such an early stage requires constant rationalization of investments and extreme discipline to focus on the likely winners. “BCMT brings business acumen to company development: seasoned CEOs; venture capital; and management expertise to jump start opportunities for faculty.” –Dr. Paul Klotman, President and CEO of Baylor College of Medicine Company Creation BCMT is a true “early-stage investor” that provides seed capital to perform value creating proof-of-concept research and plays a major role in the structuring and development of the start-up company. The initial investment from BCMT is often made for the specific goal of validating the technology through highly focused research activities and initial investment frequently precedes recruitment of a management team. BCMT prefers to lead Seed and First rounds and will continue to co-invest in later rounds. Our Commitment With proven success in identifying, protecting and commercializing innovative technologies from academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and other sources, we seek unique technologies with solid intellectual property positions.

Base Pair Biotechnologies

8619 Broadway St. Suite 100 Pearland, TX, 77584 United StatesBase Pair Biotechnologies, Inc. offers rapid discovery of high quality aptamer affinity ligands. Aptamers have been successfully employed in virtually every application where antibodies are typically used. Aptamers have a number of potential advantages over antibodies, however, in a variety of applications. For more information, please visit http://www.basepairbio.com/

Baylor Research Institute-Rheumatology

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017 Baylor Research Institute (BRI) is committed to advancing the understanding and treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. BRI has recruited Dr. John J. Cush and Dr. Kathryn Dao as leaders in clinical and translational rheumatology research. Together they have nearly 40 years of experience in rheumatic care, clinical trials, novel drug development and translational investigation.

Baylor Research Institute Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017 Baylor Center of Gastrointestinal Cancer Research Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center at Dallas Baylor Endocrine Center Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute Baylor Institute for Immunology Research Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation Baylor Institute of Metabolic Disease Baylor Martha Foster Lung Care Center Baylor Research Institute–Rheumatology Baylor Scoliosis Center Baylor Visual Function Center at Dallas Islet Cell Laboratory Legacy Heart Center Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center Staff Faculty The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Research Skip Navigation LinksBaylor Health Care›Research›Research Institutes and Centers›Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center The Soltero Cardiovascular Research Center began at Baylor in 1987 to bring clinically relevant cardiology research studies to Baylor. The Center is improving patients' lives through innovative research to understand, prevent, and even reverse heart disease. Our mission is to: perform the highest quality clinical research; involve the Center in important practice-altering studies; facilitate high-quality care for our patients; promote innovative, creative, and original research; wisely use funds generated or generously donated; and educate patients, Baylor personnel, and our community on research concepts and results. The Center is nationally recognized for conducting high-quality studies on cardiovascular problems, medications, and surgical procedures. Its studies have focused on cardiovascular problems caused by: Diabetes Hardening of arteries High blood-pressure Increased levels of lipoprotein molecules in the blood

Baylor Research Institute BIIR Biobank & Project Management Core

3434 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75204Our work begins with Baylor researchers and outside collaborators to comply with research regulatory pieces in all federal, state and local guidelines which involve animal and human subjects. Once we have established this regulatory base, we coordinate the shipment, receipt, or collection of biological samples. The focus then turns to the biorepository responsibilities of our core. Within these responsibilities lies the management of accessibility and distribution/disposition of these biological specimens. Currently, the core is directly involved with the collection/accession of the over 80 independent studies, and the level of our involvement ranges from processing, storage and inventory to distribution across various labs at the institute. Using state-of-the-art software, FreezerWorks™, we are able to maintain an inventory of over 120,000 samples housed in -20°C, -80°C, and liquid nitrogen storage locations. We regularly receive shipments from national and international collaborators and must maintain multiple CDC and Fish and Wildlife export and import permits.

Baylor College of Medicine Optical Imaging and Vital Microscopy Core

One Baylor Plaza Cullen Building (112 A, 114 A) Smith Building (S 403) Houston, TX 77030The Optical Imaging and Vital Microscopy Core provides cutting-edge imaging and image analysis tools for researchers in all branches of science and engineering. We strongly encourage interdisciplinary collaborations from Baylor College of Medicine community and from around the world.

Baylor University Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe EPR Laboratory is located in Room E.155 and is administered by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Please contact Dr. Pat Farmer about the feasibility of using this equipment in your research. Bruker EMX|Plus EPR spectrometer

Baylor Research Institute - Baylor Scoliosis Center

5236 W. University Dr., Suite 2900 McKinney, TX 75093The Baylor Scoliosis Center is involved in ongoing and award-winning research focused on improving the understanding of scoliosis,its origin and treatment. The Baylor Scoliosis Center works in conjunction with the Baylor Research Institute on developing new technology and treatment options for scoliosis. Researchers continue to search for the source of scoliosis. They have learned that scoliosis is a polygenetic,inheritable disorder that affects collagen in a way that allows for progressive curvature. To learn more about scoliosis,scientists study heredity,growth,structural and biochemical changes in disks and muscles,and track changes in the nervous system. Scientists now believe that the changes seen in disks and muscles are a consequence of the disease and not the reason for the disease. Research is also under way to determine the effectiveness of various treatments. In addition,physicians are studying individual patients' abilities to recover lost pulmonary and cardiac function after surgery to correct scoliosis. Physicians seek to more fully understand the psychological dimension of scoliosis pain by using psychometric testing to identify good candidates for surgery. By interviewing patients,they hope to learn how scoliosis surgery affects longevity and quality of life. Researchers would also like to demonstrate whether pulmonary hypertension can be managed or improved through surgery and the resulting change in chest wall configuration. Researchers are currently working to unlock the genome that triggers the development of scoliosis,so physicians can predict the likelihood of progression and plan for early intervention.

Baylor Research Institute - Baylor Scoliosis Center

1650 W. Magnolia, Suite 210 Fort Worth, TX 76104The Baylor Scoliosis Center is involved in ongoing and award-winning research focused on improving the understanding of scoliosis,its origin and treatment. The Baylor Scoliosis Center works in conjunction with the Baylor Research Institute on developing new technology and treatment options for scoliosis. Researchers continue to search for the source of scoliosis. They have learned that scoliosis is a polygenetic,inheritable disorder that affects collagen in a way that allows for progressive curvature. To learn more about scoliosis,scientists study heredity,growth,structural and biochemical changes in disks and muscles,and track changes in the nervous system. Scientists now believe that the changes seen in disks and muscles are a consequence of the disease and not the reason for the disease. Research is also under way to determine the effectiveness of various treatments. In addition,physicians are studying individual patients' abilities to recover lost pulmonary and cardiac function after surgery to correct scoliosis. Physicians seek to more fully understand the psychological dimension of scoliosis pain by using psychometric testing to identify good candidates for surgery. By interviewing patients,they hope to learn how scoliosis surgery affects longevity and quality of life. Researchers would also like to demonstrate whether pulmonary hypertension can be managed or improved through surgery and the resulting change in chest wall configuration. Researchers are currently working to unlock the genome that triggers the development of scoliosis,so physicians can predict the likelihood of progression and plan for early intervention.

Baylor Research Institute - Baylor Scoliosis Center

4708 Alliance Blvd., Suite 800 Plano, TX 75093The Baylor Scoliosis Center is involved in ongoing and award-winning research focused on improving the understanding of scoliosis,its origin and treatment. The Baylor Scoliosis Center works in conjunction with the Baylor Research Institute on developing new technology and treatment options for scoliosis. Researchers continue to search for the source of scoliosis. They have learned that scoliosis is a polygenetic,inheritable disorder that affects collagen in a way that allows for progressive curvature. To learn more about scoliosis,scientists study heredity,growth,structural and biochemical changes in disks and muscles,and track changes in the nervous system. Scientists now believe that the changes seen in disks and muscles are a consequence of the disease and not the reason for the disease. Research is also under way to determine the effectiveness of various treatments. In addition,physicians are studying individual patients' abilities to recover lost pulmonary and cardiac function after surgery to correct scoliosis. Physicians seek to more fully understand the psychological dimension of scoliosis pain by using psychometric testing to identify good candidates for surgery. By interviewing patients,they hope to learn how scoliosis surgery affects longevity and quality of life. Researchers would also like to demonstrate whether pulmonary hypertension can be managed or improved through surgery and the resulting change in chest wall configuration. Researchers are currently working to unlock the genome that triggers the development of scoliosis,so physicians can predict the likelihood of progression and plan for early intervention.

Baylor University Instrument Analysis Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Instrumental Analysis Laboratory is located in Room C.216. Please contact Dr. Christopher Becker in the Director's office if you have any questions about this Laboratory. In addition to a Thermo DSQ-Focus GC-MS that is part of the Mass Spectrometry Center, the following equipment is available: Thermo/Nicolet iS-10 FT-IR (standard-path and ATR-probe accessories available). CH Instruments Electrochemistry Workstation Agilent 1200-series HPLC with a manual injection loop Agilent 8453 UV-Visible Spectrometer Thermo Atomic Absorption Spectrometer iCE 3400 Hitachi 551 Fluorescence Spectrophotometer Sciex P/ACE MDQ-Plus Capillary Electrophoresis System

Baylor College of Medicine Metabolic Core

Alkek Center for Molecular Discovery First Floor, Jewish Building Baylor College of Medicine One Baylor Plaza - BCM107C-115C Houston, TX 77030The Metabolomics Core at Baylor College of Medicine is an analytical facility specializing in liquid chromatography hyphenated with mass spectrometry techniques. Its main role is to support investigators in their research in the study of metabolism, as well as understanding of the mechanisms of particular cancer states, which will ideally lead to earlier detection and better treatments. The core has established methods for targeted measurement of over 500 metabolites, metabolic flux, and drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics (DMPK) in diverse biological specimens using established protocols, methods and mass spectrometry as the primary platform. Procedurally, the core personnel perform extraction of metabolites from biological samples using a combination of aqueous and organic solvents, carry out the mass spectrometry analysis, and pre-process the mass spectral data. The entire process starting from sample preparation to mass spectrometry is monitored using spiked isotopic standards that have been characterized for their chromatographic behavior and fragmentation profile. Once the mass spectral data is obtained, various data analytics steps namely scaling, imputation and normalization are performed using Mass Hunter software and the resulting output is passed on to an in-house biostatistics pipeline, that then computes the data to determine metabolite levels, and define differential compounds. This Tier 1 level of data analysis is provided as part of routine Core service. Upon request, additional advanced Tier 2 level data analysis can be provided separately by our bioinformatics group. Tier 2 analysis can include pathway mapping using multiple enrichment methods that include Oncomine Concept Map (OCM), Ingenuity (IPA), Gene Set Analysis (GSA), and Network-based Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (NETGSEA). Tier 2 data analysis can also support integration of transcriptomic and proteomic data (if available with the investigator) with the metabolomics data.

Baylor Research Institute BIIR Biotechnology Core

3434 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75204The Biotechnology Core applies the practices of Molecular Biology and Protein Engineering for the expression and production of recombinant proteins and antibodies in both mammalian and E. coli expression systems. The Core is fully equipped for purification of the recombinant products via affinity and classical chromatography techniques, with rigid quality assurance analytics to verify protein activity and purity as well as freedom from endotoxin contamination.

Baylor Research Institute - KHCJWS Institute of Metabolic Disease (IMD)

3812 Elm Street Dallas, Texas 75226The Institute of Metabolic Disease (IMD), part of Baylor Research Institute, develops analytical tests for clinical diagnosis, performs clinical testing and research testing and explores therapeutic approaches that encompass the complementary fields of metabolomics and metabolic disease, which are the focus of the Center of Metabolomics and the Center of Metabolic Translational Research, respectively. The two centers work in concert to research and address areas of unmet medical needs that span both rare and common diseases. We offer specialized clinical diagnostic testing services accredited by the College of American Pathologist and CLIA, as well as mass spectrometric analytical and metabolomic expertise for research studies. The Center of Metabolomics is focused on identifying novel biomarkers that will help to diagnose metabolic disorders, predict disease progression and improve treatment outcome of rare and more common diseases such as cancer, vascular disease and neurodegenerative disorders. The Center of Metabolic Translational Research includes two areas of focus. Our first area of research is on lysosomal storage disorders. We have discovered novel mechanisms and patented novel biomarkers that can lead to treatments for Fabry disease. Our second area of focus is the exploration of the role of folate, one-carbon metabolism and methylation in major diseases, as well as the impact of treatment in vascular disease and neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Baylor University Center for Microscopy and Imaging

Baylor University Sciences Building Attn: Dr. Bernd Zechmann 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Center for Microscopy and Imaging (CMI) at Baylor University is a central laboratory located in the A-wing (A153R) of the Baylor Science Building (BSB) in Waco, Texas. Its main goals are to provide students and researchers with scientific support through state of the art techniques, current academic knowledge, an awareness of current scientific opinion and scientific excellence. The center in its current form was established in October 2014 in order to assuage the growing demand for imaging dynamic ultrastructural changes in biological samples. The center hosts transmission electron, scanning electron and confocal laser scanning microscopy and provides the necessary equipment for sample preparation for life and material sciences. We are dedicated to teaching researchers and students to prepare specimens and use our microscopes to independently explore the smaller details of our world.

Baylor College of Medicine - Proteomics Core Laboratory

One Baylor Plaza, Jewish Building 130D Houston, TX 77030Service and Expertise Multiplex quantitative analyses using the suspension array system (Bio-plex from Bio-Rad) through Luminex xMAP bead technology. Assays include: Cytokines, adipokines, & growth factors Intracellular signaling pathways Protein phosphorylation Protein Profiling for Biomarker Discovery and Differential Expression Two dimensional liquid chromatography for patient serum/plasma samples, solid tumors, and cultured cells. Depletion of IgG and albumin from serum samples to enrich low abundant proteins.

Baylor College of Medicine Mouse Metabolic Research Unit

Children’s Nutrition Research Center 1100 Bates St., 1st Floor Houston, TX 77030The primary goal of the Mouse Metabolic Research Unit is to characterize mouse metabolic phenotypes. MMRU users currently have access to a Comprehensive Laboratory Animal Monitoring System (CLAMS, Columbus Instruments) for metabolic assessments, and the PIXImus and QMR instruments for indirectly estimating body composition; i.e., lean body mass, fat mass, and bone mineral content.

Baylor College of Medicine Center for Drug Discovery

Michael E. DeBakey Center One Baylor Plaza, Room 904G Houston, TX 77030The CDD is a resource for investigators in all Baylor College of Medicine departments and will complement efforts in the Department of Pharmacology, the Gulf Coast Consortia, and the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research as well as other departments and centers at Baylor College of Medicine. The CDD is integral to the Experimental Therapeutics initiative at BCM. The CDD includes a state-of-the-art screening facility to perform screening for a wide range of cell-based phenotypic and target-based biochemical assays in high-throughput or follow-up screens. This vital resource will work closely with BCM scientists to develop and perform primary screens. Once assays have been validated with small drug libraries, larger screens can be performed with the help of the Gulf Coast Consortia. Secondary validation assays and additional assays with newly synthesized analogs will also be performed in the center.

Baylor College of Medicine Genetically Engineered mouse Core

BCM-Alkek Building Room: N630 Houston, TX 77030The Genetically Engineered Mouse (GEM) Core serves as a central core facility for the generation, importation and storage of these mouse models. This saves valuable resources and allows investigators to focus their efforts on the molecular and physiologic analysis of their mouse models. Information provided on our site informs Baylor researchers about the services provided by the GEM core and how to contact the GEM Core to schedule these services.

Baylor College of Medicine Single Cell Genomics Core

One Baylor Plaza - Room N1409 Houston, TX 77030The Single Cell Genomics Core provides comprehensive services for DNA and RNA profiling on single or a small number of cells. The core is equipped with the C1 auto cell prep, HD Biomark, and Access Array platform. Combination of these platforms allows cost-effective and high throughput DNA and RNA profiling ranging from a set of genes to the entire genome.

BioMeans

13313 Southwest Fwy Ste 192C Sugar Land, 77478 Texas USABioMeans offers custom DNA cloning, DNA preparation and DNA mutagenesis services.

Baylor University Physical Chemistry Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Physical Chemistry Laboratory is located in Room E.222. Thermo/Nicolet iS-50 FT-IR with Raman Accessory

Bracane Company

1201 East 15th Street Plano, TX, 75074 United StatesThe Bracane Company was founded in 2002 by Pamela Nelson, Registered Nurse and Clinical Research Consultant. Pamela founded Bracane Company with a primary focus to increase the awareness of the minority community to the benefits of clincial reasearch and to dispel the myths commonly associated with clinical trials. Since its inception in 2002, Bracane Company has grown to provide services within and outside of the medical field.

Bio-Synthesis, Inc.

612 East Main Street Lewisville, TX, 75057 United StatesBiosynthesis offers custom oligo synthesis, peptide synthesis organic synthesis, and analytical services.

Bio-Synthesis, Inc.

612 East Main Street Lewisville, TX, 75057 United StatesBiosynthesis offers custom oligo synthesis, peptide synthesis organic synthesis, and analytical services.

Baylor Research Institute Visual Function Center

3600 Gaston Avenue Wadley Tower, Suite 655 Dallas, Texas 75246The Baylor Visual Function Center at Dallas was established in 1981 at Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC). We provide visual function testing and ophthalmic imaging to medical practices on and off the BUMC campus. We are also a facility available for ophthalmic laser surgeries for glaucoma and cataract.

Baylor College of Medicine Genomic and RNA Profiling Core

Baylor College of Medicine One Baylor Plaza - Room 325E Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesBaylor College of Medicine Genomic and RNA Profiling Core or GARP (formerly the Microarray Core Facility) provides researchers access to state-of-the-art molecular profiling technology and services.

Bioo Scientific

3913 Todd Lane Suite 312 Austin TX 78744Bioo Scientific offers antibody production, drug mechanism profiling, in vivo studies, and RNAi services.

Beacon Sciences

11412 Bee Caves Rd., Suite 300 Austin TexasBeacon Sciences offers custom assays highly selective for a variety of analytes.

BRIDGE PTS

Brooks City-Base San Antonio, TX 78235 USABRIDGE PTS provides contract preclinical research specializing in wound healing, biofilms, and infections. The use of predictive animal testing models and laboratory research assists customers in improving the success of their drug or medical device in clinical trials and for generating new data in support of the ongoing marketing of existing products.

Baylor College of Medicine Core for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging

One Baylor Plaza Suite S104 Houston, TX 77030The Core for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CAMRI) is a state-of-the-art resource for the Houston research community that makes possible advanced imaging studies of the function, physiology and anatomy of animals and humans. The center houses three cutting edge imaging systems: Two Siemens Magnetom Trio Scanners (3T) with VB 17 software One Siemens Magnetom Trio Scanner (3T) with 32 Channel capabilities Our systems are equipped for advanced high resolution structural imaging, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), functional MRI, Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) and single and multi-voxel magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). They also contain auditory, visual and gustatory stimulation systems.

BVA Scientific

11910 Radium Drive San Antonio, TX 78216 USABVA Scientific provides laboratory equipment and supplies.

Baylor College of Medicine DLDCCC Antibody-Based Proteomics Core

Alkek Research Building - R507/R551C Baylor College of Medicine One Baylor Plaza Houston, TX 77030Services Recombinant Protein Expression (Baculovirus System) & Hybridoma/Monoclonal Antibody Production

Biological Targets

PO Box 1529 Pilot Point, TX 76258-1529 USABiological Targets Inc (BTI) provides computational biology and bioinformatics services.

Baylor University Molecular Bioscience Center

Baylor University Sciences Building Attn: Dr. Michelle Nemec 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706To support Baylor University investigators and students in their research endeavors by providing instrumentation, consultation, and education. We strive to provide equipment and training that may not be commonly available in individual research laboratories but that can be widely used by the University. The MBC also aims to stay up-to-date on emerging technologies and promote learning in a research environment.

Baylor Research Institute Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017The mission of the Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute is to advance the science of transplantation in the areas of clinical patient care, medical education, and research. The Institute consists of the transplant programs at Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth and offers patients transplantation for the following. Liver Kidney and Pancreas Heart and Lung Blood and Marrow Islet Cell Small Bowel

Baylor University NMR Facility

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Baylor NMR facilities function through a collaboration between the departments of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Geosciences, and the Director's Office of the Sciences Building. For routine training and access to the instruments, please contact the NMR teaching assistant.

Core Laboratories

Houston, TX United States

Baylor Research Institute Heart and Vascular Institute

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017The Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute (BHVI) was established in 1993 to promote cardiovascular research and education to prevent and treat heart and vascular disease. Paul A. Grayburn, M.D. is Director of Cardiology Research and is an internationally recognized expert in echocardiography. As part of the Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital, BHVI serves as a research and education facility that supports development and implementation of the newest techniques and technologies in cardiovascular care. The Institute is also an important referral center for physicians and consumers seeking information about and access to treatment for cardiovascular disease. The Baylor Heart and Vascular Institute supports a variety of original research including cardiovascular imaging, advanced cardiovascular surgical options, and robotic surgical procedures. Vascular surgeons and interventional radiologists recently completed participation in a national research trial that studied new technology to treat abdominal aortic aneurysms. Cardiologists on the staff at Baylor are studying the advanced technology that continues to revolutionize the treatment of heart disease. Research is also underway on drugs that treat high blood pressure and cholesterol. The Institute is represented on the Cardiovascular Research Review Committee that oversees the distribution of funding from Baylor Health Care System Foundation's cardiovascular research endowment funds. The Committee assesses the scientific merit of research proposals and awards start-up funds for new projects. Baylor also offers cardiovascular clinical trials that are not generally available elsewhere

Baylor University X-Ray Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe X-ray Laboratory is located in Room E.214 and is administered by Dr. Kevin Klausmeyer in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. Bruker / Nonius AXS X8 Single Crystal X-ray Diffractomete

Baylor College of Medicine Mouse Phenotyping Core

Ben Taub Basement – T001 Houston, TX 77030The Mouse Phenotyping Core is one of the most comprehensive Phenotyping Cores in the United States. We occupy a 3,400-square-foot space dedicated to enhance research at the Baylor College of Medicine. We provide investigators with state-of-the-art equipment for the identification and study of mouse models of human disease and drug studies. The core establishes protocols for the phenotyping of these mouse models. Promotion of educational opportunities for students and post docs is our mission. We also strive to generate collegiality between investigators and faculty/trainees from cores and centers. The MPC is located within an AALAC accredited animal facility on the main Baylor campus. The facility includes non-invasive testing and imaging equipment, a dedicated surgical suite, several surgical services, animal housing, administrative and technical staff offices, and a data analysis workstation area. We have a full-time director and two laboratory technicians on staff to assist you. The MPC is available to all investigators at Baylor and outside institutions and we stand to promote educational opportunities for students and post docs.

BioTX Automation

10175 FM 1276 Livingston, TX 77351 USABioTX Automation develops and markets automated sample collection devices.

Baylor College of Medicine Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Core

One Baylor Plaza - BCM227 Houston, TX 77030Advanced technologies are used at the Mouse ES Cell Core Facility to generate genetically engineered mice needed by researchers across the United States who are in pursuit of answers and cures for human disease. Our facility serves to assist investigators with projects that involve generating mutations in the germ line and somatic tissues of mice by performing homologous recombination in ES cells. The procedures for the manipulation of ES cells and the construction of mice are intensive and technically demanding and it is a goal of the core to make such experiments possible for investigators.

Baylor College of Medicine Population Sciences Biorepository

Alkek Building for Biomedical Research 5th Floor, Suite R531E Baylor College of Medicine One Baylor Plaza Houston, TX 77030The Population Sciences Biorepository (PSB) was created to support a high-quality molecular epidemiology program in the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center and across Baylor College of Medicine. We also serve as a scientific resource for investigators on biospecimen collection and storage methods in their efforts to discover etiologic risk factors and deliver personalized medicine. Our goal is to provide necessary risk factor and clinical data collection and a centralized, cost-effective facility for biospecimen processing and storage of biospecimens from large epidemiological and clinical studies. The PSB provides services for individually funded investigators as well as for clinical centers wishing to bank specimens prospectively from their patients for future research projects. The PSB clinical coordinators can assist with consenting, phlebotomy, and data collection, if needed. The PSB Laboratory provides full fractionation and aliquoting for blood and urine samples, as well as DNA extraction from whole blood, buffy coat, or saliva. Our team can consult with you to plan the data and specimen collection and storage needs for your projects. The PSB has an ongoing recruitment protocol that recruits patients with the diagnoses listed in the table below. If you would like to develop a project using these samples, please contact the PSB director to learn about availability and the process for accessing these specimens.

BioCentra

19901 Southwest Freeway Sugar Land, TX 77479-6538 USABioCentra offers custom peptide synthesis, antibody production, antigen design, and protein analysis services.

Baylor Research Institute Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center at Dallas

3500 Gaston Ave., Dallas, TX 75246-2017The New Outpatient Cancer Center Offers: A Patient Navigation program to guide patients and families through the cancer journey. Advanced technology and integrative therapies for cancer treatment. Treatments for every type of cancer. Expanded cancer research. Top-tier medical staff and healthcare providers, including educating tomorrow's cancer specialists. Expanded outpatient radiation & chemotherapy. Expanded support groups, educational resources and programs.

Biowit Technologies

3929 Sunflower Lane, Plano, TX75025 USABiowit Technologies provides a broad and integrated service and product portfolio including molecular biology, virus packaging (e.g., adenovirus, AAV, lentivirus, retrovirus and baculovirus), protein expression, cell biology, stem cells and transgenic models.

Baylor University Mass Spectrometry Center

Baylor University Science Building Attn: Dr. Alejandro Ramirez 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Baylor University Mass Spectrometry Center (BU-MSC) is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art mass spectrometry capabilities to researchers. We operate under the idea that a fully open-access, user-driven environment is the best conduit towards the development of leading-edge, interdisciplinary research. To that end, BU-MSC staff strive to transfer mass spectrometry expertise to every project and every user, bringing a new generation of scientists into the frontiers of discovery. The BU-MSC was established in 2008 and continues to grow with the Baylor research community. The Center is primarily located on the first floor of the Baylor Sciences Building (BSB, E.156, E.159, and C.216) in Waco, Tx. We provide a broad range of instrumentation and look foward to talking with you about how your research can find a home here!

Baylor College of Medicine Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center

One Baylor Plaza Houston, TX 77030Baylor College of Medicine Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center offers histology, pathology, tissue acquisition and microarray services.

Baylor Research Institute Center of Gastrointestinal Cancer Research

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017The Gastrointestinal Cancer Research program at the Baylor Research Institute, has a broad research focus on understanding the molecular pathogenesis of human gastrointestinal cancer, and as it relates to cancer prevention. More specifically, the major objective of our research involves deciphering the interplay between genetic and epigenetic alterations in sporadic and familial (e.g. Lynch syndrome, familial adenomatous polyposis, serrated polyposis) forms colorectal cancer, and other gastrointestinal cancers (gastric, pancreatic and hepatocellular). The broad mission of the research program is to: Conduct high quality research into the pathogenesis of colorectal cancer Develop clinically useful biomarkers for the early detection of colorectal polyps and cancer Develop clinically useful biomarkers that can help direct therapeutic treatments for patients with colorectal cancer Use complementary and alternative approaches using diet-based natural compounds for the prevention of gastrointestinal cancers.

Baylor Research Institute Endocrine Center

3600 Gaston Avenue, Suite 656 Dallas, Texas 75246ocated at Baylor University Medical Center, The Endocrine Center conducts research with a focus on diabetes and obesity. Priscilla Hollander, MD, PhD is the lead researcher at Baylor Endocrine Center. Dr. Hollander has over 30 years of experience in research and has led more than 100 clinical research trials. Dr. Hollander is an industry leader in endocrinology research, holding advising/consulting roles with some of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies. The research staff at The Endocrine Center includes clinical research coordinators and registered dieticians. The Baylor Endocrine Center at Baylor conducts clinical trials in the area of: Type 1 Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Weight loss studies

Baylor University Stable Isotope Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Stable Isotope Laboratory is located in Room B.408 and is administered by Ren Zhang in the Department of Geosciences. Thermo-Electron Delta V Advantage Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer

Baylor Research Institute Islet Cell Laboratory

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017Transplantation of isolated pancreatic islets of Langerhans is a promising treatment for patients severely affected with type 1 diabetes. According to the estimates released by the Centers for Disease Control in January 2011, 25.8 million or 8.3 percent of the U.S. population is affected by diabetes. About 5 percent to 10 percent of the diabetic patients are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and are dependent on insulin administration to sustain life. This specialized cellular transplant procedure is only offered through ongoing clinical trials at a handful of selected medical centers across the United States, including Baylor University Medical Center and Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth. Previous research has shown that experience in islet isolation is critical to the success of an islet transplant center. Baylor’s islet cell transplant program was the first in Texas to receive approval by the Food and Drug Administration to independently process pancreatic islet cells for transplantation in 2006.

Baylor College of Medicine Mass Spectrometry Based Molecular Pathway Discovery

Jones Building, Room 150E Baylor College of Medicine One Baylor Plaza Houston, TX 77030This is a unique proteomic service that provides antibody affinity purification of endogenous protein complexes and MS-based identification and analysis of the associated proteins. Suitable antibodies for immunoprecipitation of the desired protein complex and optimization of the cell line, culture conditions and methods for cell lysis and antibody affinity purification are provided as services. The complexes are isolated under conditions of cellular activation by appropriate signals as requested by the cancer center investigator. Services Isolation and Identification of Protein Complexes Identification of Post-Transcriptional Modifications Data Analysis

Baylor Research Institute Center of Metabolic Translational Research

3812 Elm Street Dallas, Texas 75226Research within this center is directed at understanding the primary mechanisms involved and developing novel therapies for specific genetic diseases with a focus on Fabry disease.

Bryan Laboratory, Inc.

6919 Almeda Rd Houston, TX 77021Who We Are Bryan Laboratory, Inc. consists of a quality assurance/inspection group, metallurgical laboratory, materials testing laboratory, chemical laboratory, metallographic laboratory and a machine shop for specimen preparation. Each of these groups interact closely to support the needs of our clients. What We Do We provide clients with a comprehensive range of material testing services. Our state-of-the-art facilities metallurgical evaluations, as well as failure analysis of industrial equipment and products manufactured from ferrous and nonferrous alloys.

Baylor Research Institute Legacy Heart Center

3500 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, TX 75246-2017The research studies supported by the cardiologists at Legacy Heart Center focus on new pharmaceuticals, medical devices and procedures to better treat all conditions associated with cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease. As a free-standing, 15-physician cardiology practice, our physicians and physician assistants have embraced research and pride themselves on being at the forefront of new technologies and medicines that will benefit the cardiovascular patient population. Working closely with the Heart Hospital Baylor Plano and Baylor McKinney, the research conducted at Legacy Heart Center benefits the entire North Texas area. Research areas of interest include: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE ANTI-COAGULATION HEART FAILURE HIGH CHOLESTEROL DIABETES ATRIAL FIBRILLATION CHEST PAIN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE STRESS TESTS With a dedicated clinical research team, Baylor Research Institute at Legacy Heart Center provides patients with advanced cardiac care.

Baylor College of Medicine Bioengineering Core

One Baylor Plaza Taub Building, Suite T130 Houston, TX 77030The Bioengineering Core provides scientific instrumentation resources that catalyze the success of investigators by providing them with tools needed to design elegant experiments and ask truly cutting-edge research questions. BEC services include: Customized scientific instrumentation design Customized scientific instrumentation manufacture Customized electronics/optics design Customized electronics/optics manufacture 3D design and printing

Baylor Research Institute BIIR Imaging Core

3434 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75204The Imaging/Microscopy Core facility includes: Olympus BX51 with Metamorph – fully automated B&W digital imaging system with Metamorph software for epi-fluorescence or DIC of fixed cells and tissues. Nikon Perfect Focus Digital Imaging System with NIS Elements – fully automated inverted microscope for culture vessels or slides in brightfield or epi-fluorescence. Leica CM3050S Cryostat - frozen tissue sectioning in automatic or manual mode. Olympus BX60 with Nikon DXM1200C Camera and NIS Elements - color digital camera microscope system for histologically stained cells or tissue. Leica SP-5 AOBS Confocal with Resonant Scanner – inverted laser scanning confocal with motorized stage for fixed or live cell confocal microscopy. Arcturus Laser Capture Lab – complete with Arcturus Laser Capture microscope for both IR capture and UV cutting, Nikon B&W NIS Elements imaging package and dedicated Leica CM3050S cryostat.

Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Irving Campus 3131 W.Royal Lane Irving TX 75063 Phone: (972) 831-3600Beckman Coulter develops, manufactures and markets products that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical testing. Our products are making a difference in people’s lives by improving the productivity of medical professionals and scientists, supplying critical information for improving patient health and delivering trusted solutions for research and discovery.

Baylor Research Institute BIIR Flow Cytometry Core

3434 Live Oak Street Dallas, TX 75204 The BIIR Flow Cytometry Core facility includes: Three FACS Canto II™ with three lasers and equipped with 2 HTS and a carousel Two FACS ARIA™: one with four lasers and thirteen parameters, and the other with five lasers and fifteen parameters One FACS LSR2™ with four lasers, eighteen parameter analyzer and HTS One LSR Fortessa ™ with four lasers, eighteen parameter analyzer and HTS One Influx with four lasers and eighteen parameters Technical specialists are available for operator assisted sorts. The Core also assists in flow cytometry phenotyping for clinical trials.

Baylor University Biophysical Chemistry Lab

Baylor University Science Building 101 Bagby Ave Waco, TX 76706 USAThe Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory is located in Room B.313 and is currently under the supervision of Dr. Sung Joon Kim in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. The laboratory contains a variety of equipment useful to biophysical research including; Numerous Genesys 5 Spectonic, Thermo, and Varian UV-Vis Spectrometers Jasco Circular Dichroism Spectropolarimeter Fluoromax-4 Fluorescence Spectrometer Microcal ITC200 Isothermal Microcalorimeter Microcal Differential Scanning Calorimeter (VP-DSC)

Celldex Therapeutics , Inc.

P.O. Box 30170 College Station, TX 77842Celldex Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CLDX) was founded based on a fundamental scientific belief that harnessing the power of the immune system would break significant barriers in drug development for a host of devastating diseases. The Company’s pipeline is comprised of therapeutic antibodies, antibody drug conjugates, immune system modulators and vaccines that we believe have a higher probability of success because they are targeted to specific patient populations with high unmet medical need whose diseases express specific markers—including many underserved or completely un-served orphan indications. This has created a leading pipeline in immunotherapy with seven company-led clinical trials across five product candidates, including a pivotal study in triple negative breast cancer and six Phase 1 and Phase 2 cancer immunotherapy combination trials in a range of difficult-to-treat indications, and a robust preclinical engine. Many of our clinical programs seek to leverage the power of the immune system’s response by combining therapeutic approaches to maximize their potential. Key to this strategy is our ability to understand our own asset base while also identifying promising external technologies that will complement it. In 2005, Celldex was spun out of the New Jersey based biopharmaceutical company Medarex (now a subsidiary of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company) and, in connection with this transaction, Celldex retains the rights to obtain exclusive commercial licenses to proprietary monoclonal antibodies raised against certain antigens utilizing the Medarex UltiMAb technology platform. Since its inception, Celldex has also acquired four companies, folding in three assets, and in-licensed/purchased an additional two assets. With the potential for positive results in ongoing late stage programs, the next stage in Celldex’s development is to become a fully-integrated commercial entity.

Covance Clinical Research Inc

1341 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 400E Dallas, TX 75247

Covance Clinical Research Inc

1341 West Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX, 75247 United States

Capitol Scientific, Inc.

2500 Rutland Dr. Austin, TX 78758Capitol Scientific was founded over 50 years ago, in 1963. A lot has changed in the laboratory industry over the past 50 years, but one thing remains true – Capitol Scientific is dedicated to being the premiere supplier of scientific and technology products. At the center of our commitment is one principal – our customers, no matter what size, are our greatest asset. We believe in building relationships, not just acquiring orders. And we understand this means delivering a consistent and high-level of service, quality products and selection, and an outstanding customer experience. Capitol Scientific is a comprehensive supplier to the pharmaceutical, biotech, life sciences, semiconductor, aerospace, environmental, manufacturing and clinical industries. We also closely partner with universities, research institutes and a host of government entities.

Capitol Scientific, Inc.

2500 Rutland Dr. Austin, TX, 78758 United StatesCapitol Scientific was founded over 50 years ago, in 1963. A lot has changed in the laboratory industry over the past 50 years, but one thing remains true – Capitol Scientific is dedicated to being the premiere supplier of scientific and technology products. At the center of our commitment is one principal – our customers, no matter what size, are our greatest asset. We believe in building relationships, not just acquiring orders. And we understand this means delivering a consistent and high-level of service, quality products and selection, and an outstanding customer experience. Capitol Scientific is a comprehensive supplier to the pharmaceutical, biotech, life sciences, semiconductor, aerospace, environmental, manufacturing and clinical industries. We also closely partner with universities, research institutes and a host of government entities.

CloneTex Systems

1300 W Koenig Lane, Suite130 Austin, TX 78756, USACloneTex Systems offers recombinant protein expression/purification, gene cloning, custom peptide synthesis/modification, antibody production, gene synthesis, and cDNA library construction services.

ChemTreat

Texas, 4200 Twin City Highway Nederland, TX 77627t ChemTreat, we understand that success is centered on demonstrating reliability and earning trust. When customers purchase our products, they’re really buying the peace of mind that comes with knowing a seasoned ChemTreat field engineer has everything under control.

Colabs Pharma

14778 Begonia dr Frisco, TX-75035Colabs Pharma is a platform for discovery, applied research management, chemical and pharmaceutical supply chain connectivity. We are focused on the development and commercialization of distinct Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Key Starting Materials. We offer fully integrated Manufacturing and Supply Chain services, for small molecules & drug product, from development, clinical supply up to commercial launch. Colabs Pharma is a global company with years of experience and vast client base in conducting a dual model of CMO and CRO work. Our exports and discovery services cover EU, Americas, Australia and APAC regions. Our mission is to leverage available, cutting edge chemical technologies and products to accelerate global chemical development We value meritocracy. We value commitment. We value our customers.

Cell Systems 3-D

351 Columbia Memorial Prky., Ste. C-2 Kemah, TX, 77565-3234 United StatesCell Systems 3-D designs and engineers in vitro 3-D multitissue models from human, veterinary and insect primary cells. Because of the manditory State "stay-in-place" directive, Cell Systems-3D, LLC has suspended daily operation till at least May 15, 2020. All employee's are observing this stay-in- place directive, if we are able to resume operations on/about May 15, 2020 we will still non-operation for at 2 additional weeks to clean and prepare the laboratory for in vitro cell culture. As May 15, 2020 approaches, I will leave updated messages within this box. Michael Suderman, MSc. President & Chief Science Officer Cell Systems-3D, LLC

Cosmetic Test Labs

3000 Joe DiMaggio Blvd. Ste. 31 Round Rock, TX 78665 USACosmetic Test Labs is an established, independent testing laboratory serving the companies that make cosmetics and personal care products.

CardioVIP

1111 HWY 6 South, Suite 150 Sugar Land, TX 77478

CardioVIP

1111 Texas 6 Sugar Land, TX, 77478 United States

Chemtos

16713 Picadilly Court Round Rock, TX, 78664 United StatesChemtos offers Stable labeled Certified Analytical Reference Standards, custom organic synthesis (labeled and unlabeled APIs, metabolites, analogs, intermediates and impurities), analytical services (HPLC, LC-MS, NMR, GC-MS, FT-IR, DTA, TGA), and compound recertification services.

Chemtos

16713 Picadilly Court Round Rock, TX, 78664 United StatesChemtos offers Stable labeled Certified Analytical Reference Standards, custom organic synthesis (labeled and unlabeled APIs, metabolites, analogs, intermediates and impurities), analytical services (HPLC, LC-MS, NMR, GC-MS, FT-IR, DTA, TGA), and compound recertification services.

Cusabio Biotech

7707 Fannin St Ste.200 Houston, TX 77054 Houston, Texas, 77054 United StatesCusabio Biotech offers assay kits, recombinant proteins, and antibodies.

Charles River Laboratories

305 Almeda Genoa Road Houston, Texas, 77047 United StatesCharles River provides essential products and services to help pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government agencies and leading academic institutions around the globe accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our dedicated employees are focused on providing clients with exactly what they need to improve and expedite the discovery, early-stage development and safe manufacture of new therapies for the patients who need them. Recently Charles River acquired Chantest, WIL, MPI, KWS Biotest, Brains On-line, CiTox LAB, Solvo Biotechnology, Distributed Bio, Cognate Bioservices, Cobra Biologics, ViGene, and Retrogenix. To learn more about our unique portfolio and breadth of services, visit www.criver.com, www.solvo.com, www.cognatebioservices.com, www.cobrabio.com and www.retrogenix.com

CASIS: International Space Station US National Laboratory

1110 NASA Parkway, Suite 502 Houston, TX 77058In 2011, NASA chose the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) to be the sole manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars. The organization has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of inciting the imagination of entrepreneurs and scientists alike, accelerating and facilitating space-based research as well as creating public awareness of National Lab research and making space science more accessible to the world. By carefully selecting research and funding projects, by connecting investors looking for opportunity to scientists with great ideas, and by making access to the station faster and easier, CASIS will drive scientific inquiry toward developing groundbreaking new technologies and products that will tangibly affect our lives.

Cloud-Clone Corp

11271 Richmond Avenue Suite H104, Houston, TX 77082, USA

Cloud-Clone Corp

23603 W. Fernhurst Dr., Unit 2201 Katy, TX, 77494 United States

Cerium Labs

5204 E Ben White Blvd Austin, TX, 78741 United StatesCerium Laboratories, LLC is a world class analytical laboratory with over 20 years of materials characterization experience.

Center for Clinical Studies

20320 Northwest Freeway Suite 700 Houston, TX 77065 USACenter for Clinical Studies offers clinical research services.

Cenetron

2111 W Braker Lane Suite 300 Austin, TX 78758 USACenetron offers diagnostic and clinical assay kits.

Cenetron

Austin, TX United StatesCenetron offers diagnostic and clinical assay kits.

Ceutical Laboratories

Bedford, TX, USACeutical Laboratories offers discovery support, pharmaceutical analysis, clinical manufacturing, APIs, chromtography, and regulatory affairs.

Cardinal Biologicals

Tyler, TX 75713-0243 USACardinal Biologicals offers human derived materials for the biomedical, pharmaceutical, research, and educational industry.

Cerilliant

811 Paloma Drive Round Rock TX 78665 USACerilliant is an ISO Guide 34 and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited & ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of certified reference standards and certified reference materials.

Cerilliant

Round Rock, TX United StatesCerilliant is an ISO Guide 34 and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited & ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of certified reference standards and certified reference materials.

Comsys

Houston, TX, USAComsys provides IT staffing services.

CellChorus Inc.

5000 Gulf Freeway Building 4, Rm 118 Houston, Texas [TX], 77023 United StatesCellChorus provides high throughput, dynamic analysis of single cells. The company’s TIMING™ platform applies visual AI to evaluate cell activation, killing and movement as a function of time in order to maximize our understanding of cellular function, state and phenotype.

CytoBioScience

3463 Magic Drive Suite 120 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesWith decades of ion channel and in vivo experience, CytoBioScience is uniquely positioned to be your one stop shop for safety pharmacology. From the CiPA ion channel panel to stem cells, all aspects of the safety characterization of your compounds can be carried out. We also offer GLP capabilities and dose formulation analysis.

CytoBioScience

3463 Magic Drive Suite 120 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesWith decades of ion channel and in vivo experience, CytoBioScience is uniquely positioned to be your one stop shop for safety pharmacology. From the CiPA ion channel panel to stem cells, all aspects of the safety characterization of your compounds can be carried out. We also offer GLP capabilities and dose formulation analysis.

Caris Life Sciences

750 West John Carpenter Freeway Suite 800 Irving, TX, 75039 United StatesCaris Life Sciences offers molecular profiling (WES/WTS), clinical trial enrollment, and IVD/CDx development services.

Cytocentrics

3463 Magic Drive San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesCytocentrics AG provides cutting-edge solutions to assist drug screening of ion channel targets, especially in early drug profiling and safety pharmacology

Central Texas Clinical Research

900 E. 30th St., Suite 302 Austin, TX 78705Central Texas Clinical Research was founded in 1999 as a dedicated clinical research facility. In the beginning, we focused on conducting clinical trials which provided new treatment options for HIV patients. Over the years we have branched out. Now we conduct trials looking at treatments for Diabetes, Hep C, Arthritis, Pain, Anemia, Neuropathy, Weight Loss, Hair Loss, etc. We know what we are doing. We have conducted hundreds of clinical trials and every clinical coordinator on our staff has years of experience. Expect your experience with us to be professional, friendly, and confidential.

Central Texas Clinical Research

900 E 30th St #302, Austin, , TX , 78705 United StatesCentral Texas Clinical Research was founded in 1999 as a dedicated clinical research facility. In the beginning, we focused on conducting clinical trials which provided new treatment options for HIV patients. Over the years we have branched out. Now we conduct trials looking at treatments for Diabetes, Hep C, Arthritis, Pain, Anemia, Neuropathy, Weight Loss, Hair Loss, etc. We know what we are doing. We have conducted hundreds of clinical trials and every clinical coordinator on our staff has years of experience. Expect your experience with us to be professional, friendly, and confidential.

Criteria Labs

706 Brentwood Street Austin, TX 78752

Dien Inc.

3510 Pipestone Road, Dallas, TX 75212Dien Inc. is committed to maintain and continuously improve its Quality Management System and deliver the right product at the right time to its customers.

D. Anderson & Company

3100 McKinnon Street, Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75201 USAD. Anderson & Company offers clinical research services including patient recruitment and clinical trial management.

Dynatec Labs

11940 Golden Gate Dr El Paso, TX, 79936Dynatec is a high tech biological testing laboratory located in El Paso, Texas. We offer a wide array of analytical services structured to meet client specifications. Dynatec is committed to providing clients with unparalleled responsiveness, quick turnaround, and competitive cost. We function as the client's in-house laboratory which allows us to provide efficient services without the extra overhead. Dynatec handles all projects, large or small, with professionalism and a commitment to client satisfaction. We specialize in sterility assurance services to medical device manufacturers, pharmaceuticals, and governmental agencies. Dynatec offers a variety of tests-ranging from sterility assurance to environmental to microbiology. Our team of professionals has the education and experience in biology, chemistry and microbiology combined with custom in-house training that is necessary for us to guarantee the highest levels of accuracy. Dynatec has operations in the United States and in Mexico. Dynatec's qualified staff can perform on-site consulting and certifications (TUV-Third Party Approved Laboratory), internationally. Let Dynatec be your one-stop, multi-faceted laboratory.

Dewalch Life Technologies

6850 Wynnwood Ln. Houston, TX 77008 USADewalch Life Technologies provides a full range of molecular biology services, including (but not limited to) nucleic acid extraction and purification, DNA sequencing, cloning, and crop seed purity test for research projects.

Drew Scientific

Drew Scientific Inc. 4230 Shilling Way Dallas TX 75237 USADrew Scientific manufactures and sells Hemoglobin analyzers, Blood Cell Counters, Reagents and Controls world-wide.

DCOL Center for Clinical Research

707 Hollybrook Drive, Ste 501 Longview, Texas 75605DCOL Center for Clinical Research has been working with pharmaceutical, biotech and CRO companies since 2005 and has conducted approximately 200 Phase II - IV clinical trials in a wide range of therapeutic areas. We are a dedicated research department within Diagnostic Clinic of Longview (DCOL), the largest multi-specialty group practice in North East Texas. Our research staff is comprised of: Board Certified Investigators Clinical Research Manager Certified Clinical Research Coordinators Financial & Regulatory Administrator Device and Lab Coordinator Patient Recruiter Office Assistant Clinical research is vital in the advancement of medicines and medical breakthroughs. DCOL Center for Clinical Research is committed to helping companies find new and/or better ways to treat various diseases. Our research staff recruits volunteers, Medical Heroes really, to participate in our clinical trials. These are people who have specific medical conditions in the research being conducted. For information on our current trials, go to Patients and click on Current Enrolling Trials.

DCOL Center for Clinical Research

707 Hollybrook Dr #501, Longview, , TX , 75605 United StatesDCOL Center for Clinical Research has been working with pharmaceutical, biotech and CRO companies since 2005 and has conducted approximately 200 Phase II - IV clinical trials in a wide range of therapeutic areas. We are a dedicated research department within Diagnostic Clinic of Longview (DCOL), the largest multi-specialty group practice in North East Texas. Our research staff is comprised of: Board Certified Investigators Clinical Research Manager Certified Clinical Research Coordinators Financial & Regulatory Administrator Device and Lab Coordinator Patient Recruiter Office Assistant Clinical research is vital in the advancement of medicines and medical breakthroughs. DCOL Center for Clinical Research is committed to helping companies find new and/or better ways to treat various diseases. Our research staff recruits volunteers, Medical Heroes really, to participate in our clinical trials. These are people who have specific medical conditions in the research being conducted. For information on our current trials, go to Patients and click on Current Enrolling Trials.

Dallas Laboratories, Inc

1323 Wall St. Dallas, TX 75215ABOUT US · Seamless certification testing · Code and regulatory compliance assessment · Product development validation DLI was established in 1923 by Dr. Helman Rosenthal, a renowned chemist. Since then, DLI has evolved beyond chemical analysis to offer a wide variety of testing services with a reputation for professional, dependable and uncomplicated service. DLI maintains membership in several trade and professional associations, including: ASTM International American Concrete Institute American Chemical Society National Rubber Council We are accredited by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and listed by ASTM. In addition, DLI is recognized by Canadian standards organizations via harmonization of North American standards through AAMA. Standards Council of Canada (CSS) Canadian Standards Assn (CSA)

Diversigen, Inc.

2450 Holcombe Boulevard Suite BCMA Houston, TX, 77021 United StatesDiversigen is a fee-for-service company, providing CLIA/CAP certified and GLP compliant microbiome profiling services. From pre-project consulting, sample handling to the application of various sequencing/Bioinformatics pipelines and delivery of data analysis, we can help you make sense of the microbiome. Capabilities: -16S/ITS2/18S analysis -Metagenomics - Whole Genome Sequencing -Strain/Species qPCR development -MetaTranscriptomics – RNAseq -Virome analysis -Single Genome Sequencing

Diversigen, Inc.

1 Baylor Plaza Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesDiversigen is a fee-for-service company, providing CLIA/CAP certified and GLP compliant microbiome profiling services. From pre-project consulting, sample handling to the application of various sequencing/Bioinformatics pipelines and delivery of data analysis, we can help you make sense of the microbiome. Capabilities: -16S/ITS2/18S analysis -Metagenomics - Whole Genome Sequencing -Strain/Species qPCR development -MetaTranscriptomics – RNAseq -Virome analysis -Single Genome Sequencing

Dallas Tissue Research

4254 Spring Valley Rd Farmers Branch, TX, 75244 United StatesHistopathology, IHC, and Image Analysis services for the non-clinical research space.

Drug Safety Evaluation Consulting

176 Elm Wood Drive Elgin, TX 87621 USADrug Safety Evaluation Consulting provides consulting for analytical chemistry, drug development, and ADME.

DPT Laboratories

4040 Broadway # 401 San Antonio TX 78209DPT Laboratories provides drug development, packaging solutions, manufacturing, and clinical trial materials.

DATATRAK

100 N. Main St. Suite 400 Bryan, TX 77803 USADATATRAK is the leader of unified eClinical technologies and related services for the clinical trials industry. Using the DATATRAK ONE multi-product, cloud-based clinical research platform, DATATRAK’s Clinical and Consulting Services group assists clients in conducting Phase I-IV drug and device studies in multiple languages throughout the world.

Eagle Medical Services

1826 North Loop 1604 West San Antonio, TX, 78248 United States

Eurofins CRL

11212 Metric Blvd. Suite 500 Austin, Texas, 78758 United StatesEurofins | CRL, Inc. is dedicated to providing a wide range of in vitro and in vivo clinical safety and efficacy testing to the cosmetic, personal care, and pharmaceutical industries. We focus our clinical expertise in the areas of Microbiology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Photobiology, Bioinstrumentation, Cosmetology, Clinical Trials, and associated services. Eurofins | CRL, Inc. combines a highly skilled technical staff with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities located in New Jersey, North Carolina, and Texas. We are committed to providing cost-effective testing of the highest quality, combined with timely scheduling, comprehensive final reports, and a commitment to customer service. Our management and staff will work individually with each client to develop a customized safety and efficacy testing program that meets the client’s individual study goals within their specific budgetary requirements. Our uncompromising standard of excellence in clinical study execution is the foundation of our commitment to our valued clients.

Emissary

Austin, TX, USAEmissary provides data capture, site management, statistics, and quality assurance.

Experimentica

3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard c/o Experimentica Fort Worth, TX, 76107 United StatesExperimentica Ltd. is a global contract research organization (CRO) dedicated to developing and offering preclinical ocular models and services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotech and academic sectors.

Experimentica

3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard c/o Experimentica Fort Worth , TX, 76107 United StatesExperimentica Ltd. is a global contract research organization (CRO) dedicated to developing and offering preclinical ocular models and services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotech and academic sectors.

Experimentica

3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard c/o Experimentica Fort Worth , TX, 76107 United StatesExperimentica Ltd. is a global contract research organization (CRO) dedicated to developing and offering preclinical ocular models and services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotech and academic sectors.

Endeavor Clinical Trials

8042 Wurzbach #450 San Antonio, Texas 78229Endeavor Clinical Trials of San Antonio, Texas (TX) has over 20 years of experience conducting research and clinical trials specializing in surgical, orthopedic and specialty medicine. Our licensed and board certified podiatrists have helped over 150,000 patients find relief for their foot or ankle pain, and are committed to the discovery of new medicine to improve the lives of people everywhere.

Endeavor Clinical Trials

8042 Wurzbach #450 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesEndeavor Clinical Trials of San Antonio, Texas (TX) has over 20 years of experience conducting research and clinical trials specializing in surgical, orthopedic and specialty medicine. Our licensed and board certified podiatrists have helped over 150,000 patients find relief for their foot or ankle pain, and are committed to the discovery of new medicine to improve the lives of people everywhere.

Engineering Systems Inc. (ESI)

10338 Miller Road Dallas, TX, 75238 United States

EPI Materials Testing Group

1271 Rayford Bend Spring, TX, 77386 United StatesEPI Materials Testing Group is a multi-faceted materials testing and failure analysis laboratory. We have experience in a broad range of materials, from hard-facing and PCD inserts, to ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. EPI-MTG provides services from sample preparation, analytical testing, and wear/abrasion testing along with the capabilities, knowledge, and experience to get your job done.

Equitech-Bio

512 Cotton Gin Lane United States Kerrville, TX, 78028 United StatesEquitech-Bio Inc. provides serum and plasma products, specialty reagents, antisera, custom antibodies, FBS, BSA, Albumins, IgG, IgY. Human Blood Products are produced by our sister company Equitech Enterprises, Inc. which is FDA Approved.

Eagle Analytical Services

9940 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S., Suite 310, Houston, Texas 77099

ExpertTox

Deer Park, TX, USAExpertTox provides spectrometry, microscopy, DNA analysis, supplement analysis, and testing services.

ExpertTox

Deer Park, TX United StatesExpertTox provides spectrometry, microscopy, DNA analysis, supplement analysis, and testing services.

e-Foods Imports

13201 Northwest Fwy. • Ste. 800 Houston, TX 77040e-Foods Imports is a Texas corporation that specializes in eliminating insects and microbial pathogens from fruits, vegetables, and other foods using the eBeam Pasteurization technology. This technology is able to add value to fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, seasonings, meats and shell eggs without the use of chemicals, antibiotics, and without leaving any residuals. The technology has been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and USDA. Fruits processed by eBeam technology ripens slower, stays firmer and retains flavor qualities.

Ergomed

TX, USAErgomed provides clinical consulting, regulatory affairs, data management, and disease expertise.

Emergo Group - Clinical Trial Study Design and Protocol Development

816 Congress Avenue Austin, TX, 78701 United StatesThe Emergo Group clinical consulting team will help develop a clinical trial protocol describing the objective, rationale, design, methodology and organization of a clinical study

Embark Scientific

12901 N. IH-35, Ste 1320-102 Austin, Texas 78753 USAEmbark Scientific offers mouse genotyping, zygosity testing, quantitative PCR analysis, assay development, and DNA quantification services.

Eureka Genomics

410 Pierce Street, Ste 114 Houston, TX 77002Eureka Genomics offers nucleic acid detection, gene annotation, and sequencing services.

e2v

1302 E. Collins Blvd. Suite 200 Richardson, TX 75081 USA

Epoch Life Science

1306 FM-1092 Suite 407 Missouri City, TX 77459 USAEpoch Life Science offers nucleic acid purification, custom gene synthesis, protein expression, mutagenesis, and cloning services.

Ernest Packaging Solutions

6387 Windfern Road Houston, TX 77040

External Pharma

The Woodlands, TX, USAExternal Pharma provides CNS indications for gene families, behavioral phenotyping, genetically modified mice lines, preclinical testing, and biomarkers.

Finoric

Midland, TX, USAFinoric specializes in manufacturing and distributing inorganic chemicals, flavors and fragrances, rare earth chemicals, and organic compounds.

Finoric

Houston, TX, USAFinoric specializes in manufacturing and distributing inorganic chemicals, flavors and fragrances, rare earth chemicals, and organic compounds.

FreightWatch International

Austin, TX USA 78731FreightWatch International is a world leader in logistics security services, offering the only active monitoring solutions that provide organizations with complete cargo visibility and supply chain security from origin to destination. Using FreightWatch layered solutions, organizations can actively monitor their cargo anywhere in the global supply chain, to mitigate the risks associated with theft, spoilage, counterfeiting, diversion, pilferage and more. With operations across the globe, FreightWatch is uniquely positioned to deliver regionally and globally. Founded in 1998, FreightWatch initially provided cargo escort services to shippers of high-value, at-risk products, but has since expanded its service offerings to include customized programs for cargo security and visibility into global supply chains leveraging “track and trace” technologies in places where traditional GPS often fails. FreightWatch International is a subsidiary of Sensitech Inc., a leading provider of supply chain visibility, enabling global leaders in the life sciences, food and industrial markets to track and monitor assets across the supply chain in order to protect the integrity of temperature-sensitive products. Sensitech is an ISO 9001:2008 company based in Beverly, Mass., with more than 30 sales, service and distribution locations around the world. Sensitech is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.

Food Safety Net Services, Inc.

199 W. Rhapsody San Antonio, TX 78216Food Safety Net Services (FSNS) is a network of ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited laboratories that provide a wide range of microbiological testing and chemical analysis. Testing includes but is not limited to non routine and routine quantitative and qualitative analysis following standardized and validated methods such as AOAC, USDA, AOCS, FDA, ASTA as well as others. In addition to our comprehensive scope of laboratory testing, FSNS also provides a full menu of auditing services that synergistically improve the effectiveness of food safety and quality programs. Our experts help you ensure that your food safety and quality programs deliver the critical information you need to continually improve your process controls and measurement systems. We assist you to meet and help you develop effective contingency planning for governmental regulatory requirements.

Fisher Scientific

9999 Veterans Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77038Fisher Scientific is dedicated to making the world healthier, cleaner, and safer, by providing laboratory essentials as well as solutions. Fisher Scientific provides a complete portfolio of laboratory equipment, chemicals, supplies and services used in healthcare, scientific research, safety and education.

FabGennix International

Frisco, TX United StatesFabGennix International supplies antibodies, reagents and kits.

Genohub

3267 Bee Caves Rd. Ste. 107-220 Austin, TX 78746 USAGenohub is the easiest and most reliable way to find and order next-gen sequencing services. We help you find next-generation sequencing and bioinformatics services from our network of partnering providers. Our experienced NGS specialists help you help define your project and recommend the best service for your application. We actively supervise your project and help resolve any issues. All while your project-related information is protected by our strict confidentiality and IP policy and all Genohub projects receive quality and turnaround time guarantees. Using Genohub is a lot more advantageous than working with a single CRO or service provider. Sequencing technology is always improving; CROs and individual service providers don't always use the latest sequencing instruments. With Genohub you only have to deal with a single entity but have access to the latest sequencing technology and turnaround times across our growing network of partnering providers.

Genohub

3267 Bee Caves Rd. Ste. 107-220 Austin, TX, 78745 United StatesGenohub is the easiest and most reliable way to find and order next-gen sequencing services. We help you find next-generation sequencing and bioinformatics services from our network of partnering providers. Our experienced NGS specialists help you help define your project and recommend the best service for your application. We actively supervise your project and help resolve any issues. All while your project-related information is protected by our strict confidentiality and IP policy and all Genohub projects receive quality and turnaround time guarantees. Using Genohub is a lot more advantageous than working with a single CRO or service provider. Sequencing technology is always improving; CROs and individual service providers don't always use the latest sequencing instruments. With Genohub you only have to deal with a single entity but have access to the latest sequencing technology and turnaround times across our growing network of partnering providers.

G2MT Laboratories

5401 Mitchelldale, Suite A-3 Houston, TX 77092

Gene by Gene

1445 North Loop West, Suite 820 Houston, TX 77008

GenetiVision

Houston, TX USAGenetiVision offers DNA preparation, injection, and transgenic fly models.

Grayline Research Center

3300 Seymour Hwy. Wichita Falls, Texas 76309 USAGrayline Research Center provides phase II-IV clinical trials, quality assurance, regulatory services, and patient recruitment.

Genemed Synthesis

6203 Woodlake Center Dr. , Bldg 2 San Antonio TX 78244Genemed Synthesis offers custom peptides, synthesis, DNA services, and lab supplies.

Houston Methodist Research Intravital Microscopy Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston, TX 77030At Houston Methodist’s Intravital Microscopy Core our expert and experienced research professionals master state-of-the-art imaging and image analysis tools to achieve in vivo advanced descriptive imaging and quantitative data analysis. The core is equipped with a single- and multi-photon confocal microscope with the fastest resonant scanner on the market, multiple laser sources and detectors that allows simultaneous image caption of four different fluorophores or contrast mechanisms, including second harmonic generation. Intravital Microscopy Image Core staff is able to provide custom designed experiment, training, creative imaging and image analysis solutions of various tissues and organs (including skin, liver, brain, spline, ear, intestine, muscle, pancreas, lymph nodes, and solid tumors). By implanting a window chamber (dorsal, abdominal and brain), the dynamics of therapeutic agents, micro- and nano-particles, and biological changes occurring locally can be observed in real-time for weeks. Moreover, to provide better statistic and take into account tissue heterogeneity, image or video acquisition can be iteratively automated over multiple fields of view and collected for short and long term (min-days).

Houston Methodist Research Intravital Microscopy Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston,, TX, 77030 United StatesAt Houston Methodist’s Intravital Microscopy Core our expert and experienced research professionals master state-of-the-art imaging and image analysis tools to achieve in vivo advanced descriptive imaging and quantitative data analysis. The core is equipped with a single- and multi-photon confocal microscope with the fastest resonant scanner on the market, multiple laser sources and detectors that allows simultaneous image caption of four different fluorophores or contrast mechanisms, including second harmonic generation. Intravital Microscopy Image Core staff is able to provide custom designed experiment, training, creative imaging and image analysis solutions of various tissues and organs (including skin, liver, brain, spline, ear, intestine, muscle, pancreas, lymph nodes, and solid tumors). By implanting a window chamber (dorsal, abdominal and brain), the dynamics of therapeutic agents, micro- and nano-particles, and biological changes occurring locally can be observed in real-time for weeks. Moreover, to provide better statistic and take into account tissue heterogeneity, image or video acquisition can be iteratively automated over multiple fields of view and collected for short and long term (min-days).

Heart Center Tissue Bank (Texas Children's Hospital)

6621 Fannin Street Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe Heart Center Tissue Bank (HCTB) at Texas Children's Hospital is the largest pediatric tissue bank in the Texas Medical Center and houses a variety of tissue samples of patients with congenital heart defects. Our mission is to advance the research of congenital heart defects by fostering research collaborations with investigators not only within Texas Children’s Hospital, but globally. Heart Center Tissue Bank (HCTB) prospectively collects and banks surgical samples obtained from patients undergoing surgical treatment for congenital or acquired heart defects as an infrastructure for the advancement of basic and translational research in pediatrics.

Huntsman International LLC

FM Rd 2917 P.O. Box 711 Alvin, TX 77512 USAHuntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Our operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman has approximately 15,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2015 revenues of over $10 billion.

Huntsman International LLC

8600 Gosling Road The Woodlands, TX 77381 USAHuntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Our operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman has approximately 15,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2015 revenues of over $10 billion.

Huntsman International LLC

10003 Woodloch Forest Drive The Woodlands, TX 77380 USAHuntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Our operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman has approximately 15,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2015 revenues of over $10 billion.

Huntsman International LLC

10003 Woodloch Forest Drive The Woodlands, , TX , 77380 United StatesHuntsman is a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals. Our operating companies manufacture products for a variety of global industries, including chemicals, plastics, automotive, aviation, textiles, footwear, paints and coatings, construction, technology, agriculture, health care, detergent, personal care, furniture, appliances and packaging. Originally known for pioneering innovations in packaging and, later, for rapid and integrated growth in petrochemicals, Huntsman has approximately 15,000 employees and operates from multiple locations worldwide. The Company had 2015 revenues of over $10 billion.

Hausman Foods

4261 Beacon, Corpus Christi, TexasHausman foods has three facilities located in Corpus Christy TX Our plants are (USDA) inspected as well as the most current Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) program through the USDA's Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) Hausman Foods is SQF Code, 7th Edition Certified Manufacture Hausman Foods, facilities are maintained to the most up-to-date sanitary conditions Facilities consist of grinding equipment, forming machines, smokers, kettles, freezers, packaging equipment and other food safety equipment All Hausman production facilities are subject to outside independent audit programs. In addition each facility goes through a daily review of Equipment, production line sanitation procedures by a certified QA Quality Assurance plant Manager. Quality Assurance personnel to ensure food safety is never compromised Hausman Foods has a total combined production and storage facilities that exceed 120,000 sq. ft.

Hyperion Biotechnology

12002 Warfield Street San Antonio, TX, 78216 United StatesHyperion Biotechnology offers biomarker discovery, liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, in vitro cell culture, and animal model services with expertise in flow cytometry, microscopy, imaging, histology, and RT-PCR.

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biomicrofluidics Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston, TX 77030The experienced professionals in the Biomicrofluidics Core at Houston Methodist are experts in biomicrofluidic chip design and fabrication. The core creates custom designed microfluidic molds and chips, fabricates pre-made biomicrofluidic chips and provides consultation services for biomicrofluidics projects. Some of the pre-made chips include the V- and M-chips and chips that perform single-cell analysis and cell separation. Specialized Services The Biomicrofluidics Core offers several specialized services including consultation services for building your own microfluidic chips and fabrication of the following: Custom designed replica molds used for soft lithography Custom designed microfluidic PDMS/Glass chips Pre-made microfluidic chips: -V-chip -Single-cell analysis chip -Cell separation chip -Single-cell pipet tip Equipment OAI model 200 Mask Aligner Self-built UV exposure system Nikon Eclipse LV 100ND microscope Plasma Etch PE50 and Harrick plasma cleaners Thermoscientific Super-Nuova single-position digital stirring hotplates Dongda engraving machine Schmidt Tech holes puncher

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biomicrofluidics Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston, , TX , 77030 United StatesThe experienced professionals in the Biomicrofluidics Core at Houston Methodist are experts in biomicrofluidic chip design and fabrication. The core creates custom designed microfluidic molds and chips, fabricates pre-made biomicrofluidic chips and provides consultation services for biomicrofluidics projects. Some of the pre-made chips include the V- and M-chips and chips that perform single-cell analysis and cell separation. Specialized Services The Biomicrofluidics Core offers several specialized services including consultation services for building your own microfluidic chips and fabrication of the following: Custom designed replica molds used for soft lithography Custom designed microfluidic PDMS/Glass chips Pre-made microfluidic chips: -V-chip -Single-cell analysis chip -Cell separation chip -Single-cell pipet tip Equipment OAI model 200 Mask Aligner Self-built UV exposure system Nikon Eclipse LV 100ND microscope Plasma Etch PE50 and Harrick plasma cleaners Thermoscientific Super-Nuova single-position digital stirring hotplates Dongda engraving machine Schmidt Tech holes puncher

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biostatistics Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston, TX 77030At the Houston Methodist Biostatistics Core, we provide statistical analysis, data management and high performance computing services to internal and external research teams. Our core is a fee-for-service facility that consults on study design and analyses for grant- and contract-supported investigative research teams and clinical research groups. Our staff — who together hold more than 50 years experience in statistical analysis, mathematics, computation and data management — participate in grants, contracts, teaching and private consultations. We offer help in the areas of: Study design and conceptualization Data collection, storage/retrieval, and warehousing Sample size determination and statistical power Percentage points for discrete and continuous probability distributions (Binomial, Poisson, Standard Normal, Student’s t, F-ratio, Laplace, Skew-Normal, Logistic, etc.) Monte Carlo simulation and uncertainty analysis Inferential hypothesis testing Linear models (ANOVA, ANACOVA, MANOVA, and regression) Categorical modeling (log-linear, linear categorical, regression, and logistic regression) Univariate and multivariate regression modeling and diagnostics Survival and propensity scoring analysis Longitudinal data analysis (GLM, GEE, and RMANOVA) Bioinformatics (microarray QC, normalization, gene profile identification, cluster, and heat maps) Data mining

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biostatistics Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston,, TX, 77030 United StatesAt the Houston Methodist Biostatistics Core, we provide statistical analysis, data management and high performance computing services to internal and external research teams. Our core is a fee-for-service facility that consults on study design and analyses for grant- and contract-supported investigative research teams and clinical research groups. Our staff — who together hold more than 50 years experience in statistical analysis, mathematics, computation and data management — participate in grants, contracts, teaching and private consultations. We offer help in the areas of: Study design and conceptualization Data collection, storage/retrieval, and warehousing Sample size determination and statistical power Percentage points for discrete and continuous probability distributions (Binomial, Poisson, Standard Normal, Student’s t, F-ratio, Laplace, Skew-Normal, Logistic, etc.) Monte Carlo simulation and uncertainty analysis Inferential hypothesis testing Linear models (ANOVA, ANACOVA, MANOVA, and regression) Categorical modeling (log-linear, linear categorical, regression, and logistic regression) Univariate and multivariate regression modeling and diagnostics Survival and propensity scoring analysis Longitudinal data analysis (GLM, GEE, and RMANOVA) Bioinformatics (microarray QC, normalization, gene profile identification, cluster, and heat maps) Data mining

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biorepository Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston, TX 77030The Biorepository Core at Houston Methodist is a large, general-purpose sample bank of solid tissue samples, blood, serum, plasma and other body fluids for use by Houston Methodist researchers and collaborators. We store solid tissue samples for various diseases, including cancers, and samples of blood, serum, plasma and other body fluids, in both in-house and off-site secure facilities. We also maintain legacy collections of cell lines, cells from diagnostic flow and HLA assays and extracted DNA samples. Besides our collection services, we offer processing and storage services that meet individual specific research protocols. We also maintain a database of basic clinical data elements for all samples in the repository and we provide round-the-clock monitoring of our storage facilities. In conjunction with the Research Pathology Core, we deliver paraffin embedding, immunohistochemical, hematoxylin and Eosin staining and pathology review services. All sample collection activities are conducted in a manner that ensures patient confidentiality, accurate pathologic annotation, and high ethical standards before, during, and after sample collection. Services: Collection, processing, and storage of samples per current global bio-banking standards Research protocol specific collection, shipping, and record keeping Maintenance of a database with basic clinical data elements for all samples Round-the-clock monitoring of freezers with adequate backup and disaster recovery protocols in place

Houston Methodist Research Institute Biorepository Core

6565 Fannin Street Houston,, TX, 77030 United StatesThe Biorepository Core at Houston Methodist is a large, general-purpose sample bank of solid tissue samples, blood, serum, plasma and other body fluids for use by Houston Methodist researchers and collaborators. We store solid tissue samples for various diseases, including cancers, and samples of blood, serum, plasma and other body fluids, in both in-house and off-site secure facilities. We also maintain legacy collections of cell lines, cells from diagnostic flow and HLA assays and extracted DNA samples. Besides our collection services, we offer processing and storage services that meet individual specific research protocols. We also maintain a database of basic clinical data elements for all samples in the repository and we provide round-the-clock monitoring of our storage facilities. In conjunction with the Research Pathology Core, we deliver paraffin embedding, immunohistochemical, hematoxylin and Eosin staining and pathology review services. All sample collection activities are conducted in a manner that ensures patient confidentiality, accurate pathologic annotation, and high ethical standards before, during, and after sample collection. Services: Collection, processing, and storage of samples per current global bio-banking standards Research protocol specific collection, shipping, and record keeping Maintenance of a database with basic clinical data elements for all samples Round-the-clock monitoring of freezers with adequate backup and disaster recovery protocols in place

Houston Methodist Research Institute Advanced Cellular and Tissue Microscopy Core

Houston, Texas USAAt Houston Methodist, our Advanced Cellular and Tissue Microscopy Core is staffed by experienced professionals who provide assistance with experimental design, specimen preparation, advanced microscope imaging techniques and complex imaging processing software for quantitative data analysis of cell biology and tissue pathology samples. We will help troubleshoot and optimize experiments to ensure the highest quality data is acquired. We specialize in various forms of wide-field imaging, high-resolution laser scanning confocal microscopy, living cell imaging systems and high-content screening systems.

Houston Methodist Research Institute Advanced Cellular and Tissue Microscopy Core

Houston, Texes United StatesAt Houston Methodist, our Advanced Cellular and Tissue Microscopy Core is staffed by experienced professionals who provide assistance with experimental design, specimen preparation, advanced microscope imaging techniques and complex imaging processing software for quantitative data analysis of cell biology and tissue pathology samples. We will help troubleshoot and optimize experiments to ensure the highest quality data is acquired. We specialize in various forms of wide-field imaging, high-resolution laser scanning confocal microscopy, living cell imaging systems and high-content screening systems.

Hopstem Biotechnology

6161 Savoy Drive Suite 1018 Houston, TX, 77036 United StatesHopstem provides human neural progenitor cells, cortical neurons, and motor neurons that are derived from iPSC, as well as human 3D brain organoids that are similar in size, shape, cell compositions, and structures, and are available in either 96 wells or 384 wells, which are ideal for toxicity and drug screening purposes. Hopstem also provides customized services including neurons differentiation, 3D organoids differentiation, and assays using MEA (Axion Bioscience) and high-content imaging system (PE Operetta). With our expertise in stem cell and CNS diseases, we could also work with you to customize and develop new readouts for your specific needs.

InfoQuest Clinical Network

5182 FM 3136 Suite 2 Alvarado, TX 76009 USAInfoQuest Clinical Network provides auditing, CRA management, monitoring, site identification, and training.

ICS AmerisourceBergen

3101 Gaylord Parkway Frisco, TX 75034 USAICS provides management and distribution of branded and generic pharmaceuticals, temperature-sensitive products, controlled substances and products requiring FDA-mandated restricted access.

InSite Clinical Research

730 E. Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75074InSite Clinical Research has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metrolpex since its establishment in 2004. Clinical research is a branch under an umbrella of services offered by Dr. Raj Shiwach and his staff. Dr. Shiwach serves as Principal Investigator for Phase I, II, III, and IV clinical research trials primarily involving CNS (Central Nervous System) disorders. InSite Clinical Research has an extensive history of successful participation in double-blind placebo controlled clinical trials. Dr. Shiwach and his staff have helped participate in trials involved in the development of several drugs for Schizophrenia and BiPolar Mood Disorder including: Zyprexa, Seroquel, Abilify, Geodon, Injection Risperdal Consta, and Injection Invega Sustena. Dr. Shiwach also co-authored a paper on the Phase 1 study for Invega Sustena.

InSite Clinical Research

941 York Dr. DeSoto, TX 75115InSite Clinical Research has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metrolpex since its establishment in 2004. Clinical research is a branch under an umbrella of services offered by Dr. Raj Shiwach and his staff. Dr. Shiwach serves as Principal Investigator for Phase I, II, III, and IV clinical research trials primarily involving CNS (Central Nervous System) disorders. InSite Clinical Research has an extensive history of successful participation in double-blind placebo controlled clinical trials. Dr. Shiwach and his staff have helped participate in trials involved in the development of several drugs for Schizophrenia and BiPolar Mood Disorder including: Zyprexa, Seroquel, Abilify, Geodon, Injection Risperdal Consta, and Injection Invega Sustena. Dr. Shiwach also co-authored a paper on the Phase 1 study for Invega Sustena.

InSite Clinical Research

941 York Dr #205, DeSoto, , TX , 75115 United StatesInSite Clinical Research has been serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Metrolpex since its establishment in 2004. Clinical research is a branch under an umbrella of services offered by Dr. Raj Shiwach and his staff. Dr. Shiwach serves as Principal Investigator for Phase I, II, III, and IV clinical research trials primarily involving CNS (Central Nervous System) disorders. InSite Clinical Research has an extensive history of successful participation in double-blind placebo controlled clinical trials. Dr. Shiwach and his staff have helped participate in trials involved in the development of several drugs for Schizophrenia and BiPolar Mood Disorder including: Zyprexa, Seroquel, Abilify, Geodon, Injection Risperdal Consta, and Injection Invega Sustena. Dr. Shiwach also co-authored a paper on the Phase 1 study for Invega Sustena.

Integrative Health Technologies

4940 BROADWAY, SUITE 202 SAN ANTONIO TX 78209 USAIntegrative Health Technologies provides a database of medical biomarkers, mobile DEXA measurements, and blood chemistry testing.

Integ Review

3001 S. Lamar Blvd., Suite 210 Austin, TX 78704 USAIntegReview reviews research studies for clinical trials and medical devices.

Integer Holdings Corporation

Frisco, TX United StatesOur Vision To enhance the lives of patients worldwide by being our customers’ partner of choice for innovative medical technologies and services. One company. Many dimensions. When Greatbatch,™ Inc. and Lake Region Medical™ merged in October of 2015, we became one of the world’s largest medical device outsource manufacturers. Marking this major milestone, we reintroduced ourselves as Integer Holdings Corporation and became Integer™. There is great purpose in words and how we use them to identify who we are. “Integer” simply means complete, whole or comprehensive, and ideally represents the union of our brands—Greatbatch, Lake Region Medical and Electrochem™. It also exemplifies our more comprehensive product and service offerings, as well as a new dimension in our combined capabilities. And though we’re a complete company now, together with our partners, we see opportunity to create new dimensions of Integer in the future.

Intrinsic Imaging

8401 Datapoint, Suite 600 San Antonio, Texas 78229Intrinsic Imaging offers in vivo imaging services.

Intrinsic Imaging

San Antonio, TX United StatesIntrinsic Imaging offers in vivo imaging services.

iProcess Global Research Inc

8951 Cypress Blvd, Suite 160 United States DALLAS, TX, 75019 United StatesiProcess Global Research is a leading provider of Biospecimens and Research Globally. We have a global network of over 1000+ sites and the ability to customize any collection as per clients needs. As iProcess completes 18 years in 2022, it has successfully undertaken major projects globally in Oncology, Cardiology, Infectious Diseases etc. Our clients include most of the Top 20 Pharmaceutical Companies, the leading diagnostic companies involved in cutting edge research, to companies revolutionizing personalized medicine as well as Govt research organizations like the NIH. For Banked or Prospective Collections, iProcess is able to deliver the highest quality specimens from Tissues to Blood, Plasma, Serum, Urine, Stool , Saliva, Swabs and any other Biofluids as needed by our clients. We are also engaged by our clients to access to samples for approvals with FDA, including Covid, STI , Liquid Biopsy etc.

Institute for Drug Development

14960 Omicron Drive San Antonio TX 78229Institute for Drug Development offers analytical services, clinical trials, drug screening, genomics, metabolic screening, and assay development.

Ingredients To Die For

11110 Metric Blvd, Ste. D Austin, TX 78758Ingredients To Die For is a family owned, and operated, wholesale supplier of personal care ingredients and bases. We offer standard commodities, as well as premium alternatives, for the production, of the full range, of bath, body, hair, and skin, care products with a focus on plant based, natural, ingredients for the production of petro, paraben, formaldehyde, artificial color and fragrance, free products. At Ingredients To Die For our emphasis is on botanical extracts, and actives, necessary to attract the discerning eye of today’s educated consumer, where one of our main commitments is to research, and development, so that we may offer our customers cutting edge technology, and ingredients that perform, while delivering real results oriented products. We also understand that sometimes you have the product to sell, and the customers to sell it to, but, don’t have the facility, or the staff, to produce the product. Our Private Label, and Contract Manufacturing, Division can help with that too. Our capabilities can handle the entire process of getting your product ready for sale, where all you have to do is receive it, sell it, and deliver it to your customer. The reality of producing a great product, or product line, is that it will become difficult to grow your business, as you reach the point where all your time is invested in producing your product and you no longer have the time to get out there and sell your product. That is where we come in, Private Label, and Contract Manufacturing, services can save your company by getting you back into the business of selling your product, rather than making your product.

Ingredients To Die For

11110 Metric Blvd, Ste. D Austin, , TX , 78758 United StatesIngredients To Die For is a family owned, and operated, wholesale supplier of personal care ingredients and bases. We offer standard commodities, as well as premium alternatives, for the production, of the full range, of bath, body, hair, and skin, care products with a focus on plant based, natural, ingredients for the production of petro, paraben, formaldehyde, artificial color and fragrance, free products. At Ingredients To Die For our emphasis is on botanical extracts, and actives, necessary to attract the discerning eye of today’s educated consumer, where one of our main commitments is to research, and development, so that we may offer our customers cutting edge technology, and ingredients that perform, while delivering real results oriented products. We also understand that sometimes you have the product to sell, and the customers to sell it to, but, don’t have the facility, or the staff, to produce the product. Our Private Label, and Contract Manufacturing, Division can help with that too. Our capabilities can handle the entire process of getting your product ready for sale, where all you have to do is receive it, sell it, and deliver it to your customer. The reality of producing a great product, or product line, is that it will become difficult to grow your business, as you reach the point where all your time is invested in producing your product and you no longer have the time to get out there and sell your product. That is where we come in, Private Label, and Contract Manufacturing, services can save your company by getting you back into the business of selling your product, rather than making your product.

INCELL

San Antonio, TexasINCELL provides cancer cell testing, vaccine testing, microbiology, and stem cell services.

JenKem Technology

2033 W. McDermott Dr.JenKem Technology offers PEG derivatives, raw materials, proteins, peptides, and custom synthesis services.

Kinematica

155 & 169 Keyland Court Bohemia, NY 11716 USAKinematica supplies instruments and machines in the field of dispersing technology for the laboratory, pilot plant and production applications.

Laboratory Mechanical Services, LLC

4823 Katy Hockley Road Katy, Texas 77493Laboratory Mechanical Services is a specialty service company for laboratory and research facilities providing; design, construction, installation, and ongoing facility support of new and existing laboratories. The officers and employees of Laboratory Mechanical Services have many years of experience encompassing all aspects of the expertise to provide your laboratory’s specific requirements. We can provide planning and design services critical at the early stages of project conception which eliminates the need for costly changes during the construction phase. Services include but not limited to specialty plumbing, piping, acid, chemical and biological waste drain systems, instrument gas service tubing, exhaust systems, HVAC, laboratory furniture, remodels and renovations. Laboratory Mechanical Services provides the key elements of design, construction and installation for your laboratory in the Gulf Coast Region. Primary customers include refineries, chemical plants, universities, independent testing laboratories, hospitals, scientific manufacturers and general contractors. Safety is a major concern of the laboratory industry. Laboratory Mechanical Services recognizes that this industry desires to provide the highest level of security and safety for its clients. We can provide as a service to the industry, all necessary and required OSHA1910.1450, ANSI/AIHA Z9.5 mandated testing for the operation of fume exhaust equipment and NSF 49 for biological safety enclosures along with ASHRAE-110-1995 standard testing and certification of fume hoods. Our team has the training, expertise and equipment necessary to fulfill OSHA requirements for safety and will provide the testing and maintenance along with the records needed to document an ongoing safety effort.

Lexicon Pharmaceuticals

8800 Technology Forest Place The Woodlands TX 77381-1160 USALexicon Pharmaceuticals provides gene knockout and human clinical trials.

LyondellBassell

2 miles West of FM 2917 on FM 2004 Alvin, TX 77511 United StatesLyondellBasell (NYSE: LYB) is one of the world's largest plastics, chemical and refining companies and a member of the S&P 500. LyondellBasell manufactures products at 57 sites in 18 countries. LyondellBasell products and technologies are used to make items that improve the quality of life for people around the world including packaging, electronics, automotive parts, home furnishings, construction materials and biofuels.

LyondellBassell

2 miles West of FM 2917 on FM 2004 Alvin, TX, 77511 United StatesLyondellBasell (NYSE: LYB) is one of the world's largest plastics, chemical and refining companies and a member of the S&P 500. LyondellBasell manufactures products at 57 sites in 18 countries. LyondellBasell products and technologies are used to make items that improve the quality of life for people around the world including packaging, electronics, automotive parts, home furnishings, construction materials and biofuels.

LoneStar Laboratory Swine

958 North MainLoneStar Laboratory Swine offers pigs and miniature swines in support of cardiovascular, diabetes, orthopedic, dermatology, regenerative medicine, and genetically engineering research.

Lonza

8066 El Rio Street, Houston, TX, 77054 USALonza provides advanced cell biology and cell engineering solutions that support customers from discovery to the clinic. We provide primary human cells, specialized media, advanced cell culture and transfection tools, supported by best-in-class quality, regulatory and scientific support. We support customers from basic research through preclinical and process development stages of small molecules, biologics, and cell and gene therapy programs in drug discovery and immuno-oncology. This includes immunogenicity prediction and assessment, manufacturability risk assessment and protein re-engineering.

Lab7 Systems

515 Congress Avenue Austin, TX, 78701 United StatesLab7 Systems’ vision is to reduce the level of hands-on data management by bioinformaticians, scientists, and IT teams who are struggling with the massive amounts of data that are being generated by modern analytical technologies, such as next-generation sequencing, mass spectrometry, cellular imaging, fMRI, and others. We understand that there is a critical need to develop a tool that will integrate the disparate and often disjointed scientific software toolkit that is being used, and thereby free up the valuable human resources who are currently tasked with doing this. We are all scientists from each of our core constituencies who have at one time or another faced the same issues, so we bring this intimate knowledge to our development process. We are founded on the following core principles: Understanding the problems faced by biologists, bioinformaticians, and IT professionals Bringing extensive domain knowledge to tackle these core issues Making our platform easy to operate, easy to customize, and easy to maintain Being as transparent as possible Delivering the maximum functionality at a minimal price

Lab7 Systems

515 Congress Avenue, Suite 2100 United States Austin, Texas, 78701 United StatesLab7 Systems’ vision is to reduce the level of hands-on data management by bioinformaticians, scientists, and IT teams who are struggling with the massive amounts of data that are being generated by modern analytical technologies, such as next-generation sequencing, mass spectrometry, cellular imaging, fMRI, and others. We understand that there is a critical need to develop a tool that will integrate the disparate and often disjointed scientific software toolkit that is being used, and thereby free up the valuable human resources who are currently tasked with doing this. We are all scientists from each of our core constituencies who have at one time or another faced the same issues, so we bring this intimate knowledge to our development process. We are founded on the following core principles: Understanding the problems faced by biologists, bioinformaticians, and IT professionals Bringing extensive domain knowledge to tackle these core issues Making our platform easy to operate, easy to customize, and easy to maintain Being as transparent as possible Delivering the maximum functionality at a minimal price

LC Sciences

2575 West Bellfort StreetLC Sciences offers proteomics, microarray, gene expression profiling, detection, and RNA / miRNA sequencing services.

LC Sciences

Houston, TX United StatesLC Sciences offers proteomics, microarray, gene expression profiling, detection, and RNA / miRNA sequencing services.

Luminex

12212 Technology Blvd Austin TX 78727 USALuminex provides expression profiling, genomic research, immunodiagnostics, and genetic disease studies. LuminexPLORE Lab is a custom services program that uses industry-leading xMAP technology to offer researchers a competitive edge for scientific breakthroughs. Luminex's team of Applications Scientists are experts in immunoassay and genomic assay development using xMAP and xTAG technologies. Our technologies currently serve a vast community of researchers and scientists with their own custom needs. Whether you are a new assay developer or trying to accelerate your project, LuminexPLORE Lab can help your lab reach its goals faster.

Luminex

Austin, TX United StatesLuminex provides expression profiling, genomic research, immunodiagnostics, and genetic disease studies. LuminexPLORE Lab is a custom services program that uses industry-leading xMAP technology to offer researchers a competitive edge for scientific breakthroughs. Luminex's team of Applications Scientists are experts in immunoassay and genomic assay development using xMAP and xTAG technologies. Our technologies currently serve a vast community of researchers and scientists with their own custom needs. Whether you are a new assay developer or trying to accelerate your project, LuminexPLORE Lab can help your lab reach its goals faster.

Mystic Pharmaceuticals

2006A Windy Terrace Austin, Texas 78613 USAMystic Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company which provides manufacturing, development, analytical and research services.

Michale E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center

2002 Holcombe Blvd Houston, TX 77030The Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center serves as the primary health care provider for almost 130,000 veterans in southeast Texas. Veterans from around the country are referred to the MEDVAMC for specialized diagnostic care, radiation therapy, surgery, and medical treatment including cardiovascular surgery, gastrointestinal endoscopy, nuclear medicine, ophthalmology, and treatment of spinal cord injury and diseases. The MEDVAMC is home to a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Clinic; Network Polytrauma Center; an award-winning Cardiac and General Surgery Program; Liver Transplant Center; VA Epilepsy and Cancer Centers of Excellence; VA Substance Abuse Disorder Quality Enhancement Research Initiative; Health Services Research & Development Center of Innovation; VA Rehabilitation Research of Excellence focusing on mild to moderate traumatic brain injury; Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center; and one of the VA’s six Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education, and Clinical Centers. In late 2012, the MEDVAMC received official designation as a Kidney Transplant Center. Including the outpatient clinics in Beaumont, Conroe, Galveston, Houston, Katy, Lufkin, Richmond, Tomball and Texas City, MEDVAMC outpatient clinics log more than a million outpatient visits annually.

MR DNA

503 Clovis Rd Shallowater, TX 79363 USAMR (Molecular Research) DNA offers next generation sequencing and bioinformatics services.

MR DNA

Shallowater, TX, 79363 United StatesMR (Molecular Research) DNA offers next generation sequencing and bioinformatics services.

Microbac Laboratories

3809 Airport DriveMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Microbac Laboratories

603 South Main StreetMicrobac Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service contract laboratory (cGMP and GLP) offering: Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry,and Virology testing. Other tests: Stability, Environmental Monitoring, and Elemental Analysis. Industries serviced: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Generics, Cosmetics, and OTC. Microbac will work as the contracted laboratory supporting laboratory testing services in preparation for filing the IND - NDA, BLA and ANDA Submissions.

Moncoa Medical Research

1125 Howe StreetMoncoa Medical Research offers clinical research services such as project management, monitoring, data management, statistical analysis and phase I-IV studies.

M-Scan

211 Henderson Road #13-02SGS M-Scan offers mass spectrometry and chromatography services, including protein analysis, glycosylation analysis, antibody analysis, oligonucleotide analysis and bioanalysis.

MedSource

Houston, TX United StatesMedSource offers clinical monitoring, project management, regulatory affairs, clinical trial management, and quality assurance services.

Mission Pharmacal

Mission Pharmacal Company San Antonio, TX 78230-1355 USAMission Pharmacal offers prescription and consumer products in women's health, urology, pediatrics, and dermatology

Medbio Publications

5100 Eldorado Parkway McKinney, TX, 75070 United States

Miraca Life Sciences

6655 North MacArthur Blvd Irving, TX 75039 USAMiraca Life Sciences offers anatomic pathology services in the fields of dermatology, gastroenterology, hematology, and urology.

MicroFab

1104 Summit Ave., Suite 110 Plano Texas 75074 U.S.A.MicroFab develops and commercializes high-payoff applications for microdispensing and precision printing.

Merge Healthcare

8300 N Mo-Pac Expy Suite 250 Austin, TX 78759 USAMerge Healthcare specializes in clinical systems and offers cloud-based solutions for imaging and data analytics.

Materials Characterization Services MAT-CS

16200 White Creek Austin, TX 78717

MIRNA Therapeutics, Inc.

2150 Woodward St., Suite 100 Austin, TX 78744 USAMirna is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a broad pipeline of microRNA-based oncology therapeutics and is the first to establish clinical proof-of-concept for a microRNA replacement therapy for cancer.

MetaVi Labs, Inc.

16238 Ranch Road 620 North Austin, TX, 78717 United StatesMetaVi Labs provides Machine Learning based post-microscopy image analysis services including assays for wound healing, angiogenesis, chemotaxis, and pathotaxis.

Meridien Research

5700 SR 64 EastMeridien Research provides clinical research trials for universities or research institutes.

Metanome

2 Greenway Plaza Houston, TX, 77046 United StatesMetanome provides solutions for sequencing, analysis, and consulting services geared toward the study of the microbiome of living organisms and environments.

Microchem Laboratory

1304 W. Industrial Blvd. Round Rock, Texas , 78681 United StatesMicrochem Laboratory is a contract testing laboratory built to serve industry with a wide array of testing services. The lab specializes in testing of environmental surface disinfectants, high-level disinfectants, sanitizers, medical devices, antimicrobial surfaces, personal care products, and antimicrobial devices. Microchem Laboratory was founded in 1988 by Dr. Norman Miner, a respected microbiologist and talented formulator. Historically Microchem Laboratory focused on the research, development, and testing of high-level disinfectants. In 2014, Dr. Miner's lab was acquired by Dr. Benjamin Tanner, founder of Antimicrobial Test Labs and Cosmetic Test Labs. In 2015, the three laboratories were combined under the Microchem Laboratory name, creating one organization with deep technical expertise across a broad array of testing services. The laboratory offers testing in compliance with current Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations. Clients are welcome to tour the lab, observe studies, and audit the lab's quality system. The lab is staffed by a capable, friendly group of scientists, mostly microbiologists. We understand what our clients need: Fairly priced testing services, done accurately and reported quickly. Main Testing Services: Antimicrobial device testing Disinfectant testing High-level disinfectant testing Sanitizer testing Cosmetic and personal care product testing Medical device testing Materials compatibility testing

MolecularMatch

MolecularMatch TMC X+ 2450 Holcombe Blvd Houston, Texas, 77021 United StatesMolecularMatch is a clinical informatics company with expertise in precision oncology, immunotherapy and bioinformatics, combined with clinical insights empowering your solution. Leveraging technology licensed from the world’s #1 cancer center, M.D. Anderson, MolecularMatch has created unique proprietary treatment algorithms from world-leading physicians and scientists. Unlike other genomic service-oriented companies, MolecularMatch is a technology company first. Our proprietary technology delivers the deepest and broadest oncology genomic information in a biomedical ontology. We house a collaborative, self-learning tool with Natural Language Processing and machine learning capabilities. Specialties include: Clinical Trial Matching, Knowledge as a Service, Dynamic Reporting for Lab Reports, Somatic Assay Panel Development Support, Multi Variant Case Assessments, Physician Portals, EMR Integration for Decision Support, and Tumor Boards,

Medical Mobile Services

1719 Park Forest Drive Katy, TX, 77450 United States Medical Mobile Service is your healthcare assistant to faster services. We provide on-site diagnostic services coming to you for lab service needs. We draw patients for clinical testing, providing shipping and processing services with after hour services. In addition, to taking vital signs. We assist small business, large collections, private companies, nursing homes, personal services, doctor offices and much more.

MedTrials

2828 N. HarwoodMedTrials offers clinical research services such as data management, project management, site selection, biostatistics, quality assurance, and compliance consulting.

MedTrials

Dallas, TX United StatesMedTrials offers clinical research services such as data management, project management, site selection, biostatistics, quality assurance, and compliance consulting.

Meruvax Pharma

9982 Monroe Dr Suite No 402 Dallas, TX 75220 USAMeruvax Pharma offers medicinal chemistry and API manufacturing services in addition to supplying building blocks, peptides, intermediates, and other fine chemicals.

Meruvax Pharma

9982 Monroe Dr Suite No 402 Dallas, TX, 75220 United StatesMeruvax Pharma offers medicinal chemistry and API manufacturing services in addition to supplying building blocks, peptides, intermediates, and other fine chemicals.

Macrocyclics

700 Klein Road Plano, TX , 75074 United States

Metallurgical Engineering Services, Inc.

845 E. Arapaho Road Richardson, Texas 75081 United States

Midwest Sterilization Corporation

12010 General Milton Dr. Laredo, TX 78045

Noah Technologies Corporation

1 Noah Park San Antonio, TX, 78249 United StatesNoah Technologies Corporation supplies high purity chemicals for research and production.

Nanoscope Technologies, LLC

9995 Monroe Dr. Ste 203 Dallas TX 75220NanoScope Technologies was founded in 2009 with an objective to develop new methods and devices for scientific, industrial and biomedical applications. Nanoscope has developed a range of biomedical technologies which include diagnostics and therapeutic devices and molecules. These have already generated interest from several clinicians, industries and leaders. We strive to translate the technology to market and bedside.

Nexus Oncology

11550 IH- 10 West Suite 195 San Antonio, TX 78230Nexus Oncology offers data management, site selection, project management, and drug development consultancy to support studies in oncology.

NeoGenomics Laboratories

7256 S. Sam Houston Pkwy W. Suite 300 Houston, TX, 77085 United StatesNeoGenomics Laboratories is a specialized oncology reference laboratory providing the latest technologies, testing partnership opportunities, and interactive education to the oncology and pathology communities. We offer the complete spectrum of diagnostic services in molecular testing, FISH, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry through our nation-wide network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-approved laboratories. NeoGenomics has one of the fastest test development cycles in the industry, enabling the Company to be extremely responsive to client requests, clinical guideline changes, new therapeutics, and breaking research. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers customizable oncology testing capabilities and expert services and leverages our reference laboratory capabilities to support drug development programs from early biomarker discovery to clinical trials, through regulatory submission and commercialization. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers your drug development program the most comprehensive cancer genetics test menu commercially available in the United States in a platform-agnostic environment including the following technologies: IHC, Flow Cytometry, FISH, MultiOmyxTM, PCR, Histology, Sanger & Next-Gen Sequencing, Liquid Biopsy, Cytogenetics, and Immunoassays.

NeoGenomics Laboratories

2575 West Bellfort St., Suite 2001 Houston, TX 77054NeoGenomics Laboratories is a specialized oncology reference laboratory providing the latest technologies, testing partnership opportunities, and interactive education to the oncology and pathology communities. We offer the complete spectrum of diagnostic services in molecular testing, FISH, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry through our nation-wide network of CAP-accredited, CLIA-approved laboratories. NeoGenomics has one of the fastest test development cycles in the industry, enabling the Company to be extremely responsive to client requests, clinical guideline changes, new therapeutics, and breaking research. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers customizable oncology testing capabilities and expert services and leverages our reference laboratory capabilities to support drug development programs from early biomarker discovery to clinical trials, through regulatory submission and commercialization. NeoGenomics Pharma Services offers your drug development program the most comprehensive cancer genetics test menu commercially available in the United States in a platform-agnostic environment including the following technologies: IHC, Flow Cytometry, FISH, MultiOmyxTM, PCR, Histology, Sanger & Next-Gen Sequencing, Liquid Biopsy, Cytogenetics, and Immunoassays.

Nano3D Biosciences (n3D)

7000 Fannin Street, Suite 2140 Houston, TX 77030 USANano3D Biosciences (n3D) specializes in developing systems for culturing cells in three-dimensions by magnetic levitation.

Nano3D Biosciences (n3D)

7000 Fannin St # 2140 Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesNano3D Biosciences (n3D) specializes in developing systems for culturing cells in three-dimensions by magnetic levitation.

Neos Therapeutics

2940 N. Hwy 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75050 USANeos Therapeutics provides development of prescription and OTC products as well as contract manufacturing.

North Hills Medical Research

4351 Booth Calloway Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76180 USANorth Hills Medical Research provides services that include patient recruitment, scheduling, study management, regulatory documentation for physicians, contract and budget management, and submission of patient information to pharmaceutical clients. Additional areas of focus include recruiting qualified subjects, generating examplary data, and following up with and educating patients.

NEHA TEXOMICS

5906 SYDNEY PARK LN SUGAR LAND, TX, 77479 United StatesIdentification and quantitation of peptide, protein, and glycoprotein biomarkers from various biologicals fluids : Plasma, Serum, Cell lysate, Saliva and Urine

NETL

13131 Dairy Ashford Road, Suite 225NETL provides carbon management, chemical reaction engineering, computational research, materials performance, and environmental science.

NASA -Johnson Space Center

2101 NASA Parkway Mail Code AT Houston, Texas 77058We actively promote partnerships between JSC’s researchers and industry, academia, and other government agencies.

NemaLife Inc

3911 4th Street Lubbock, TX, 79409 United StatesNemaLife’s mission is to work with the biotech and scientific community to unlock the mysteries of life by identifying molecules that promote healthy human life. We specialize in rapid (<1 month) and affordable (up to 100x price advantage) whole-organism, whole-life chemical safety, and efficacy testing.

NemaLife Inc

3911 4th Street Lubbock, TX, 79409 United StatesNemaLife’s mission is to work with the biotech and scientific community to unlock the mysteries of life by identifying molecules that promote healthy human life. We specialize in rapid (<1 month) and affordable (up to 100x price advantage) whole-organism, whole-life chemical safety, and efficacy testing.

NanoRacks LLC

555 Forge River Road, Suite 120 Webster, TX 77598NanoRacks is proudly democratizing the utilization of the low-earth orbit region of space. We are an entrepreneurial company that was the first to market its own hardware and services onboard the International Space Station. By providing a commercial pathway to using the Space Station, we have helped usher in a new chapter of the space frontier: making space just another place to do business. Our vision is to bring together three concepts as our driving force: low-cost, standardization of hardware, and understanding the customer. We like to believe that in space, small is the new big. Our customers include everyone from high schools to government space agencies, all who pay for our services on a commercial basis. The client base includes NASA, the German Space Agency, ESA, Planet Labs, Spire, biopharmaceutical firms, Urthecast and dozens of high schools and universities. We are thrilled that our customer base includes companies and organizations from Romania to Israel, from Peru to Saudi Arabia, as well as Vietnam, Japan, Canada and the UK, as well as a full range of government and private customers from the United States. Our services include Cubesat deployment, biopharm services, test platforms for advanced sensors for earth observation, research platforms for materials and educational research—wherever there is a need for space goods or services, NanoRacks seeks to be part of the commercial solution.

NanoRacks LLC

555 Forge River Road Webster, TX, 77598 United StatesNanoRacks is proudly democratizing the utilization of the low-earth orbit region of space. We are an entrepreneurial company that was the first to market its own hardware and services onboard the International Space Station. By providing a commercial pathway to using the Space Station, we have helped usher in a new chapter of the space frontier: making space just another place to do business. Our vision is to bring together three concepts as our driving force: low-cost, standardization of hardware, and understanding the customer. We like to believe that in space, small is the new big. Our customers include everyone from high schools to government space agencies, all who pay for our services on a commercial basis. The client base includes NASA, the German Space Agency, ESA, Planet Labs, Spire, biopharmaceutical firms, Urthecast and dozens of high schools and universities. We are thrilled that our customer base includes companies and organizations from Romania to Israel, from Peru to Saudi Arabia, as well as Vietnam, Japan, Canada and the UK, as well as a full range of government and private customers from the United States. Our services include Cubesat deployment, biopharm services, test platforms for advanced sensors for earth observation, research platforms for materials and educational research—wherever there is a need for space goods or services, NanoRacks seeks to be part of the commercial solution.

Nanospectra Biosciences, Inc.

8285 El Rio St # 150, Houston, TX 77054Nanospectra Biosciences is a private company founded in 2002. Nanospectra has an exclusive license from Rice University to eleven issued US patents related to nanoshells and related commercial uses of these and other nanoparticles. While there are numerous therapeutic, diagnostic, and industrial commercial applications, Nanospectra is focused on the development of AuroLase® Therapy utilizing AuroShell® Particles (also referred to as nanoshells) for the precise, particle-based thermal ablation of solid tumors. Nanospectra commenced formal operations in 2002 to commercialize these applications. Nanospectra has an open Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) wtih the U.S. FDA to evaluate the safety and efficacy of AuroLase Therapy for the treatment of refractory or recurrent head and neck cancers. The use of AuroLase Therapy in other cancer types is under development. Nanoshells were developed in the laboratories of Naomi Halas, PhD, and Stanley C. Moore, Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Professor of physics, chemistry, and Biomedical engineering at Rice University, in the 1990's. In collaboration with Jennifer West, PhD, and Isabel C. Cameron, Professor and Chair of Bioengineering of Rice University, a series of life science applications were envisioned which led to the formation of Nanospectra. Drs. Halas and West were named Inventors of the Year by the Texas Bar Assocation for one of their numerous patents licensed to Nanospectra.

Nova Biological

1775 N. Loop 336 W., Conroe, TX 77301Nova Biologicals provides services for water, medical device, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and food industries.

Nova Biological

Conroe, TX United StatesNova Biologicals provides services for water, medical device, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and food industries.

OXEA Chemicals

1505 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway Farmers Branch, TX, 75234 United States

Omm Scientific, Inc

2600 North Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX, 75207 United StatesOur capabilities, expertise and management seeks opportunities to use our excellence and experience in chemistry to solve problems and develop pre-seed technologies with founders in life sciences. Capabilities: From synthetic feasibility to drug discovery, process development and production, Omm Scientific can play an active role in your basic research, drug discovery or drug development program. Contract research capabilities include: * Research tool design * Multi-step complex syntheses * Process development and optimization to kg quantities * Analog synthesis and SAR optimization * Analytical method development Expertise: Omm Scientific offers custom synthesis of high value products for the biotech and biopharmaceutical industries. These include: * Eicosanoids, * Arachidonic acid metabolites * Mitochondrial targeted conjugates * Azide – alkyne click chemistries * Biotinylation * Custom design of bio-conjugation reagents Development Partner: Our core expertise in chemistry and proven ability to understand and work with life science researchers can launch the development of pre-seed or early stage technologies

Omm Scientific, Inc

2600 N Stemmons Frwy, Ste 129 United States Dallas, TX, 75207 United StatesOur capabilities, expertise and management seeks opportunities to use our excellence and experience in chemistry to solve problems and develop pre-seed technologies with founders in life sciences. Capabilities: From synthetic feasibility to drug discovery, process development and production, Omm Scientific can play an active role in your basic research, drug discovery or drug development program. Contract research capabilities include: * Research tool design * Multi-step complex syntheses * Process development and optimization to kg quantities * Analog synthesis and SAR optimization * Analytical method development Expertise: Omm Scientific offers custom synthesis of high value products for the biotech and biopharmaceutical industries. These include: * Eicosanoids, * Arachidonic acid metabolites * Mitochondrial targeted conjugates * Azide – alkyne click chemistries * Biotinylation * Custom design of bio-conjugation reagents Development Partner: Our core expertise in chemistry and proven ability to understand and work with life science researchers can launch the development of pre-seed or early stage technologies

OTC Biotech

4100 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesOTC Biotech is a DNA aptamer and assay development company which sells its top SBIR-funded aptamers on its website. OTC Biotech is looking to expand into the CRO aptamer/assay development, companion diagnostics, and related markets.

Oxiteno

9801 Bay Area Blvd. - Pasadena, TX 77507Guided by innovation and sustainability, Oxiteno is a Brazilian chemical company that operates worldwide, leading manufacturer of surfactants and specialty chemicals. Present in nine countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia, Oxiteno has 12 industrial units located in Brazil, United States, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela and sales offices in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, Colombia, United States, Mexico Uruguay and Venezuela. To believe in the future, envision business opportunities and develop solutions that contribute to people's quality of life and to the sustainable evolution of society and the world. This is the essence of our business which drives the development of technologies that meet the needs of our clients in different markets, such as Agrochemicals, Home Care and I&I, Oil & Gas, Paints & Coatings, Personal Care, among others. Business ethics and respect for people guide the way we operate and relate with all our stakeholders.

Oxiteno

9801 Bay Area Blvd. - Pasadena, , TX , 77507 United StatesGuided by innovation and sustainability, Oxiteno is a Brazilian chemical company that operates worldwide, leading manufacturer of surfactants and specialty chemicals. Present in nine countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia, Oxiteno has 12 industrial units located in Brazil, United States, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela and sales offices in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, Colombia, United States, Mexico Uruguay and Venezuela. To believe in the future, envision business opportunities and develop solutions that contribute to people's quality of life and to the sustainable evolution of society and the world. This is the essence of our business which drives the development of technologies that meet the needs of our clients in different markets, such as Agrochemicals, Home Care and I&I, Oil & Gas, Paints & Coatings, Personal Care, among others. Business ethics and respect for people guide the way we operate and relate with all our stakeholders.

PharmaFab

2940 N. Hwy 360 Grand Prairie TX 75050 USAPharmaFab offers solid dosage products, liquid formulation, and manufacturing.

Prism Genomic Medicine Inc.

6655 Travis Street Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesPRISM GENOMIC provides Next Generation Sequencing services to researchers at Texas Medical Center, in Houston and nationwide. We are committed to achieving a high level of customer satisfaction. We understand that your project is unique with its particular objectives and its own challenges. Regardless of size or complexity, each project will receive a personalized attention from us.

Prism Genomic Medicine Inc.

6655 Travis St. Suite 840 Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesPRISM GENOMIC provides Next Generation Sequencing services to researchers at Texas Medical Center, in Houston and nationwide. We are committed to achieving a high level of customer satisfaction. We understand that your project is unique with its particular objectives and its own challenges. Regardless of size or complexity, each project will receive a personalized attention from us.

Prism Genomic Medicine Inc.

6655 Travis Street Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesPRISM GENOMIC provides Next Generation Sequencing services to researchers at Texas Medical Center, in Houston and nationwide. We are committed to achieving a high level of customer satisfaction. We understand that your project is unique with its particular objectives and its own challenges. Regardless of size or complexity, each project will receive a personalized attention from us.

Prairie View A&M University

P.O. Box 519 - Prairie View, Texas 77446Prairie View A&M University is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in Texas. Offering baccalaureate degrees in 50 academic majors, 37 masters degrees and four doctoral degrees, this Historically Black University has an established reputation for producing thousands of African American engineers, nurses and educators. The University has been dedicated to fulfilling its land-grant mission of achieving excellence in teaching, research and service since 1876.

Prairie View A&M University

P.O. Box 519 - Prairie View, , Texas , 77446 United StatesPrairie View A&M University is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in Texas. Offering baccalaureate degrees in 50 academic majors, 37 masters degrees and four doctoral degrees, this Historically Black University has an established reputation for producing thousands of African American engineers, nurses and educators. The University has been dedicated to fulfilling its land-grant mission of achieving excellence in teaching, research and service since 1876.

Power 3

3400 Research Forest DrivePower 3 offers products for early disease detection and disease research.

Power 3

The Woodlands, TX United StatesPower 3 offers products for early disease detection and disease research.

Prairie Swine Centre

Box 21057, 2105 – 8th StreetPrairie Swine Centre offers housing and contract research in pigs.

PRECILAB

3330 Earhart Drive, Suite 212-A Carrollton, TX 75006 USAPRECILAB provides high quality, consistent and reliable analytical results for the semiconductor and high technology industry.

PRECILAB

Carrollton, TX United StatesPRECILAB provides high quality, consistent and reliable analytical results for the semiconductor and high technology industry.

ProPath

1355 Riverbend Drive Dallas, TX, 75247 United StatesProPath is the premier provider of outpatient anatomic and full service, hospital–based pathology services to physicians, surgery centers, hospitals and reference laboratories nationwide.

ProPath

1355 River Bend Drive Dallas, TX, 75247 United StatesProPath is the premier provider of outpatient anatomic and full service, hospital–based pathology services to physicians, surgery centers, hospitals and reference laboratories nationwide.

Pope Research and Consulting Laboratories, Inc.

2220 Hinton Drive Irving, TX, 75061 United StatesPope Laboratory has been performing a variety of analytical services for over 55 years. We have over 150 years of combined laboratory experience. In a fast changing industry like food manufacturing, an organization is known for the company that they keep. Some of Pope Laboratory’s best customers are among the Fortune 500. We routinely provide nutritional labeling analysis, develop new laboratory testing methods, verify supplier testing programs, and set up customer laboratories for the food manufacturing industry’s giants.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

7901 E. Riverside Drive, Building One Austin, TX 78744-1651 United StatesPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD)

7551 Metro Center Drive, Suite 200 Austin, TX 78744-1609 United StatesPPD offers central lab services, bioanalytical services, biomarker discovery services, assay development services, cGMP analytical services, CMC consulting, and pharmacology services.

Probetex

7418 John Smith Dr., Suite A San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesProbetex is a contract research organization offering models of kidney disease, histology, histopathology, cell culture, and antibody production services. We offer in-life rat models of renal immune-mediated kidney disease as well as custom models. We provide drug delivery, tissue procurement and complete histopathology assessments to fit our customers needs. We also sell anti-GBM, anti-Fx1A and anti-Thy1 anti-sera for our clients to produce immune-mediated glomerular disease in their own laboratories.

Pierce Protein Research Products

Thermo Fisher ScientificPierce Protein Research Products provides assays, reagents, and products necessary for research.

PharmaDiagnostics

Z1 Research Park 310PharmaDiagnostics offers assay screening kits and services using SPR technology.

Process Consulting Services, Inc.

3400 Bissonnet, Suite 130 Houston, TX 77005

Pharm-Olam International

450 N. Sam Houston Parkway E.,Pharm-Olam International offers clinical research services such as project management, data management, regulatory, quality assurance, and pharmacovigilance.

Parexel

Unit 1104,, Level 11, Uptown 2Parexel provides bioequivalence studies as well as clinical services across Phase I to Phase III of drug development including dose escalation, drug-drug interaction, biomarkers, first-in-man studies, ADME, imaging, and clinical research services.

Polyhedron Laboratories

10626 KinghurstPolyhedron Laboratories offers analysis and testing in plastics (i.e: polypropylene & polyethylene), polymers, and rubbers.

Peptibody

2750 Holly Hall St, Suite 1017Peptibody provides antibody and peptide synthesis services.

Peptibody

Houston, TX United StatesPeptibody provides antibody and peptide synthesis services.

Pure Protein

11412 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 300 Austin, TX 78738 USAPure Protein specializes in immunology tools for diagnostic, drug and vaccine development as well as high-yield protein production.

PRA Health Sciences

402, B Wing Business SquareAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

PRA Health Sciences

E19 Business ParkAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

PRA Health Sciences

4105 Lewis & Clark DriveAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

Peachtree BioResearch Solutions

1950 Lake Park DrivePeachtree BioResearch Solutions offers clinical research services such as clinical project management, data management, quality assurance, and resourcing.

Progressive Clinical Research

1973 I- 410 Access Rd #106, Castle Hills, TX 78213Our organization is based on teamwork dedicated to exceptional patient care and to the performance of quality pharmaceutical research. Progressive Clinical Research is an independent, multispecialty research facility located in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center. Our physicians and coordinators have been involved in clinical research studies in San Antonio for over fifteen years.

Progressive Clinical Research

1973 I- 410 Access Rd #106, Castle Hills, , TX , 78213 United StatesOur organization is based on teamwork dedicated to exceptional patient care and to the performance of quality pharmaceutical research. Progressive Clinical Research is an independent, multispecialty research facility located in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center. Our physicians and coordinators have been involved in clinical research studies in San Antonio for over fifteen years.

QD Solutions

4801 Southwest Parkway Building 1 , Suite 150 Austin, TX 78735 USAQD Solutions offers patient recruitment / retention, site-directed tools and media services.

QD Solutions

Austin, TX United StatesQD Solutions offers patient recruitment / retention, site-directed tools and media services.

Quanta Lab

9330 Corporate Dr, Selma, TX 78154, United StatesQuanta Lab is the premier, independently owned microbiological, wet chemistry and mycotoxin testing facility in South Texas. food testing lab in san antonioQuanta Lab is dedicated to excellence in customer service and accurate testing results by maintaining the highest standards of quality in the food and agriculture industries. Quanta Lab is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory, so you can be sure that the highest quality results are reported on time every time. Management and staff are available 365 days a year and can be reached 24 hours a day, no exception.

QualTex Laboratories

6211 IH 10 WestQualTex Laboratories offers viral marker testing, source plasma and whole blood NAT testing, confirmatory assays, and component QC testing services.

Q’Max America Inc.

Suite 200, 11700 Katy Fwy. Houston, TX 77079

Quality Bioresources

1015 N. Austin St. Seguin, TX, 78155 USAQuality Bioresources provides custom antibody production and lyophilization services.

RadioMedix, Inc

9701 Richmond Avenue, Suite 222 Houston, Texas 77042Radiomedix,Inc. is a privately held biotechnology company founded in 2006 to develop and commercialize technology and products which will enable on-site and on-demand access to Positron Emission Tomography (“PET”). RadioMedix is developing its own chelation technology and new imaging conjugates, GlucoMedix and OncoMedix, which have the potential to significantly improve diagnosis and treatment monitoring for a variety of cancers. RadioMedix’s automated SmartMedixTM system, coupled with a small generator producing a PET isotope such as Gallium-68 (68Ga), will permit users to generate and label PET radiotracers on-site. It will significantly reduce cost of radiosynthesis that can be performed without the need for costly cyclotron facilities. RadioMedix is the exclusive distributor of all TRASIS and ITG radiopharmaceutical synthesizers in United States. RadioMedix also provides all the after sale service, installation and technical support for both TRASIS and ITG products in USA.

Renaissance Women's Group

12201 Renfert Way Austin, TX, 78758 United StatesWelcome to Our Austin ObGyn Office Renaissance Women’s Group was formed to offer the highest quality women’s ObGyn care to the Austin and Central Texas community. For us, quality means not only professional expertise and experience, it means serving our patients with compassion and respect. Our Mission Our goal is to provide each of our patients with individual attention and care for her gynecology and obstetrics needs. Since these needs change throughout our adult lives, earning our patients’ trust to support them on this journey is of utmost importance to us. Renaissance Women’s Group is part of the Central Texas ObGyn Associates, a premier group of Austin-area practices united to provide excellence in women’s health care. You will find that we offer the very latest ObGyn services, from minimally invasive hysterectomies to high-risk pregnancy care.

Rice University - BioScience Research Collaborative

BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) Rice University 6500 Main Street, MS-650 Houston, TX 77030-1402The BioScience Research Collaborative is an innovative space where scientists and educators from Rice University and other Texas Medical Center institutions work together to perform leading research that benefits human medicine and health. CindyFarachCarsonMore than just a building, it is an interdisciplinary, interinstitutional catalyst for new and better ways to collaborate, explore, learn and lead. As Scientific Director of the BRC and Vice Provost for Translational Bioscience, a primary focus for Dr. M. Cindy Farach-Carson is to build interdisciplinary research collaborations in the broad spectrum of biomedical and health research and education, and to assist faculty with establishing multidisciplinary translational research programs. Additional responsibilities include assisting with space planning, working closely with the Director of Operations and the Vice Provost for Research, to develop building programs that facilitate the scientific enterprise and bring vibrancy to the building’s activities.

RSJ Technical Consulting

PO Box 867705, Plano, Texas 75086RSJ Technical Consulting provides environmental compliance services, including EU and China REACH.

Radix BioSolutions

111 Cooperative Way, Suite 120 United States Georgetown, Texas, 78626 United StatesRadix BioSolutions offers custom assay development, reagent production, and bioanalytical services.

Rules-Based Medicine Inc.

3300 Duval Road Austin, TX, 78759 United StatesMyriad RBM is a protein biomarker service lab providing solutions for discovery, pre-clinical and clinical research including biomarker development services and multiplexed biomarker testing services.

Radiant Research

8122 Datapoint DriveRadiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

Radiant Research

530 South Main StreetRadiant Research offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, quality assurance, biostatistics, and clinical monitoring with expertise in dermatology, endocrinology, infectious disease, and metabolism.

Rice University, Department of Physics and Astronomy

6100 Main MS-550 Houston, TX, 77005 United States

RCTS Labs Inc.

3207 Esters Road Irving, TX 75062Founded in 1997, RCTS has grown steadily in both size and reputation over the years thanks to our commitment for delivering exceptional quality to our customers. What began as a two-person enterprise operating in a 1,000 square foot leased space is, today, a fully equipped, state-of-the-art, 16,500 square foot testing center that employs a team of more than 30 talented Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC), Clinical Research Technicians (CRT), QA personnel and recruiters who are committed to the highest standards of clinical testing.

Rilas Technologies

150-W New Boston StreetRilas Technologies offers analytical and preparative HPLC/MS and chiral purification/analysis services from milligrams to tens of grams scale

RD Clinical Research

461 This Way StreetRD Clinical Research (RDCR) performs clinical research services.

ResearchPoint

1301 S. Mopac Expressway, Suite 50ResearchPoint offers phase I-IV clinical research services including project management, data management, quality assurance, site management, and clinical monitoring.

Rigaku

9825 Spectrum Drive,Rigaku offers instruments and services for electron diffraction crystallography, x-ray crystallography, x-ray diffraction, x-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, and cryogenics.

Rigaku

9009 New Trails Drive The Woodlands The Woodlands TX 77381 USARigaku offers instruments and services for electron diffraction crystallography, x-ray crystallography, x-ray diffraction, x-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, and cryogenics.

Rigaku

Rigaku Americas Corporation 9009 New Trails Drive The Woodlands, Texas, 77381 United StatesRigaku offers instruments and services for electron diffraction crystallography, x-ray crystallography, x-ray diffraction, x-ray spectrometry, semiconductor metrology, automation, and cryogenics.

Rochal Industries, LLP

San Antonio, TexasRochal Industries is a private research company that develops new materials for wound and burn care. The company has extensive experience in the creation, development, and manufacture of products pertaining to: Biomaterials • antimicrobial materials for reduction of opportunistic pathogens and biofilms • cell compatible substrates Answering Clinical Challenges • wound re-epithelialization and closure • necrotic tissue • scar reduction Researching Evolving Fields • regenerative medicine • transdermal drug delivery

RiboSolutions

119 Purple Sage DriveRiboSolutions offers cyanase nuclease, fermentation, purification, clone expression, and antibody services.

RiboSolutions

Cedar Creek, TX United StatesRiboSolutions offers cyanase nuclease, fermentation, purification, clone expression, and antibody services.

Receptor Logic

1325 Pine Street Abilene, TX 79601 USAReceptor Logic provides therapeutic antibodies, assay services and immunology reagent products.

Receptor Logic

11412 Bee Caves Rd., Suite 300 Austin, Texas 78738 USAReceptor Logic provides therapeutic antibodies, assay services and immunology reagent products.

Ricca Chemical Company

448 West Fork DriveRicca Chemical Company offers custom reagent solutions and formulation services.

Rules-Based Medicine, Inc.

3300 Duval Road Austin, TX 78759Myriad RBM, Inc. is the world’s leading multiplexed immunoassay testing laboratory, providing comprehensive protein biomarker services based on its Multi-Analyte Profiling (MAP) technology platform. This platform provides pre-clinical and clinical researchers with reproducible and quantitative data for a few or hundreds of proteins in a cost-effective manner. All services are performed in our CLIA certified laboratory. As a guide to drug development researchers, Myriad RBM also offers companion diagnostic, custom assay development, co-sponsored research programs, and innovative cell culture products and services. Myriad RBM’s CLIA certified biomarker testing laboratory, is located in Austin, TX. Myriad RBM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. (MYGN), a leading molecular diagnostic company based in Salt Lake City, Utah which develops and markets novel predictive medicine, personalized medicine and prognostic medicine tests.

Rules-Based Medicine, Inc.

3300 Duval Road Austin, TX, 78759 United StatesMyriad RBM, Inc. is the world’s leading multiplexed immunoassay testing laboratory, providing comprehensive protein biomarker services based on its Multi-Analyte Profiling (MAP) technology platform. This platform provides pre-clinical and clinical researchers with reproducible and quantitative data for a few or hundreds of proteins in a cost-effective manner. All services are performed in our CLIA certified laboratory. As a guide to drug development researchers, Myriad RBM also offers companion diagnostic, custom assay development, co-sponsored research programs, and innovative cell culture products and services. Myriad RBM’s CLIA certified biomarker testing laboratory, is located in Austin, TX. Myriad RBM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. (MYGN), a leading molecular diagnostic company based in Salt Lake City, Utah which develops and markets novel predictive medicine, personalized medicine and prognostic medicine tests.

Research Concierge™

2500 Rutland Dr. Austin, TX, 78758 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

10410 Finnell Street Dallas, TX, 75220 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Research Concierge™

14408 W Sylvanfield Drive Houston, TX, 77014 United StatesScientist.com is the world’s largest marketplace for medical research. We help pharmaceutical scientists discover life-saving medicines in less time and at lower cost. Our mission is to make it possible to cure all human disease by 2050. By connecting scientists and enabling them to exchange ideas and transact seamlessly online, Scientist.com is speeding up and reducing the cost of medical research. We were founded in 2007, launched our first research outsourcing marketplace in 2008 and built our first enterprise marketplace for Pfizer in 2009. Today, we operate enterprise marketplaces for 24 of the world’s top 30 pharmaceutical companies, 100+ biotechnology companies and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).

RealTime Laboratories

4100 Fairway Drive Carrollton, TX, 75010 United States

Resonant Sensors

416 Yates Street, Room NH 518 box 19016 Arlington TX 76010 USAResonant Sensors offers optical sensor systems.

Southern Methodist University

PO Box 750100 | Dallas, TexasA nationally ranked private university, SMU is a distinguished center for teaching and research located near the heart of Dallas. SMU's 11,000 students benefit from small classes, research opportunities, leadership development, community service, international study and innovative programs. The University offers a strong foundation in the humanities and sciences and undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs through seven schools. SMU prepares students for leadership in their professions and in their communities. As SMU enters a second century of achievement, it is recognized as a university of increasing national prominence and impact. The University is strengthened by its partnership with the Dallas region, a global center of commerce and culture, and offers students enriching experiences on campus and beyond. Relationships in the Dallas area provide a platform for launching careers throughout the world. SMU was founded by what is now The United Methodist Church, in partnership with civic leaders, and was shaped by the entrepreneurial spirit of the region. The University is nonsectarian in its teaching and committed to academic freedom and open inquiry.

Southern Methodist University

PO Box 750100 Dallas, TX United StatesA nationally ranked private university, SMU is a distinguished center for teaching and research located near the heart of Dallas. SMU's 11,000 students benefit from small classes, research opportunities, leadership development, community service, international study and innovative programs. The University offers a strong foundation in the humanities and sciences and undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs through seven schools. SMU prepares students for leadership in their professions and in their communities. As SMU enters a second century of achievement, it is recognized as a university of increasing national prominence and impact. The University is strengthened by its partnership with the Dallas region, a global center of commerce and culture, and offers students enriching experiences on campus and beyond. Relationships in the Dallas area provide a platform for launching careers throughout the world. SMU was founded by what is now The United Methodist Church, in partnership with civic leaders, and was shaped by the entrepreneurial spirit of the region. The University is nonsectarian in its teaching and committed to academic freedom and open inquiry.

Saint Mary's University - San Antonio

One Camino Santa Maria San Antonio, TX 78228St. Mary’s University, as a Catholic Marianist University, fosters the formation of people in faith and educates leaders for the common good through community, integrated liberal arts and professional education, and academic excellence. Our mission statement is a reflection of the Characteristics of Marianist Universities. There are five elements that characterize the Marianist approach to education: Educate for formation in faith Provide an excellent education Educate in the family spirit Educate for service, justice and peace Educate for adaptation and change

Saint Mary's University - San Antonio

1 Camino Santa Maria, San Antonio, , TX , 78228 United StatesSt. Mary’s University, as a Catholic Marianist University, fosters the formation of people in faith and educates leaders for the common good through community, integrated liberal arts and professional education, and academic excellence. Our mission statement is a reflection of the Characteristics of Marianist Universities. There are five elements that characterize the Marianist approach to education: Educate for formation in faith Provide an excellent education Educate in the family spirit Educate for service, justice and peace Educate for adaptation and change

Savara

5900 Shepherd Mountain Cove Suite 2-205 Austin, Texas 78730 USASavara develops innovative pulmonary drugs.

Synthecon

8044 El RioSynthecon specializes in the design and manufacture of 3D cell culture systems.

Southwest Research Institute

6220 Culebra RdSouthwest Research Institute (SwRI) is an independent, nonprofit applied research and development organization specializing in the creation and transfer of technology in engineering and the physical sciences.

StemBioSys, Inc.

6211 I-H 10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78201The next evolution in cell culture, StemBioSys' mission is to catalyze progress through innovative tools and the highest quality cell culture products. StemBioSys (SBS) provides an extracellular matrix coated substrate that is cell- derived, CELLvo™ Matrix. This natural environment promotes better proliferation, smaller cells, and phenotype retention. CELLvo™ Matrix is also available in xeno-free, CELLvo™ XF-Matrix. Now available for the culture of pluripotent cells, choose CELLvo™ Matrix Plus, a perinatal stem cell-derived option. SBS also provides high quality cells that have been isolated and expanded on CELLvo™ Matrix products making them superior and more responsive to experimental variables. Among the cell types available are Cord Blood Endothelial Progenitor Cells, a variety of human MSCs as well as Chondrocytes and Chondrocytes from donors with evidence of Osteoarthritis. Located in San Antonio, Texas, StemBioSys Inc. is an emerging biomedical company focused on the isolation, expansion and delivery of specialized adult stem cells for research, diagnostic and clinical use. The company is led by a team of industry renowned professionals in business, research and product development.

StemBioSys, Inc.

3463 Magic Drive, Suite 110 San Antonio, Texas 78229The next evolution in cell culture, StemBioSys' mission is to catalyze progress through innovative tools and the highest quality cell culture products. StemBioSys (SBS) provides an extracellular matrix coated substrate that is cell- derived, CELLvo™ Matrix. This natural environment promotes better proliferation, smaller cells, and phenotype retention. CELLvo™ Matrix is also available in xeno-free, CELLvo™ XF-Matrix. Now available for the culture of pluripotent cells, choose CELLvo™ Matrix Plus, a perinatal stem cell-derived option. SBS also provides high quality cells that have been isolated and expanded on CELLvo™ Matrix products making them superior and more responsive to experimental variables. Among the cell types available are Cord Blood Endothelial Progenitor Cells, a variety of human MSCs as well as Chondrocytes and Chondrocytes from donors with evidence of Osteoarthritis. Located in San Antonio, Texas, StemBioSys Inc. is an emerging biomedical company focused on the isolation, expansion and delivery of specialized adult stem cells for research, diagnostic and clinical use. The company is led by a team of industry renowned professionals in business, research and product development.

StemBioSys, Inc.

3463 Magic Drive Suite 110 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesThe next evolution in cell culture, StemBioSys' mission is to catalyze progress through innovative tools and the highest quality cell culture products. StemBioSys (SBS) provides an extracellular matrix coated substrate that is cell- derived, CELLvo™ Matrix. This natural environment promotes better proliferation, smaller cells, and phenotype retention. CELLvo™ Matrix is also available in xeno-free, CELLvo™ XF-Matrix. Now available for the culture of pluripotent cells, choose CELLvo™ Matrix Plus, a perinatal stem cell-derived option. SBS also provides high quality cells that have been isolated and expanded on CELLvo™ Matrix products making them superior and more responsive to experimental variables. Among the cell types available are Cord Blood Endothelial Progenitor Cells, a variety of human MSCs as well as Chondrocytes and Chondrocytes from donors with evidence of Osteoarthritis. Located in San Antonio, Texas, StemBioSys Inc. is an emerging biomedical company focused on the isolation, expansion and delivery of specialized adult stem cells for research, diagnostic and clinical use. The company is led by a team of industry renowned professionals in business, research and product development.

Sovereign Pharmaceuticals

Riverbend Business Park Building # 15 7590 Sand St. Ft. Worth, TX 76118Sovereign Pharmaceuticals provides quality management, R&D services, regulatory affairs and contract manufacturing.

Stephens & Associates, Inc.

1801 North Glenville Drive Richardson, TX, 75081 United StatesStephens & Associates, Inc. has developed a six (6) step program that ensures the successful testing of pharmaceutical, devices, cosmetics and personal care products for safety, efficacy and substantiation of product performance claims in clinical research. 1 - Protocol Development 2 - Subject Selection 3 - Hman Perception of Product Benefit 4 - Quality Monitoring and Training 5 - Statistically Based Conclusion 6 - Final Report with Spporting Documentation

South Texas Tumor Bank

4383 Medical Drive San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesThe START Tumor Bank is a department within the PK Department and handles skin and tumor biopsies required by clinical trial protocols. A member of the PK Department is present during biopsy procedures for immediate processing of the sample for the trial. Additionally, the Tumor Bank collects and banks the tumor tissues of patients who consent. This tissue is then stored for future use by researchers developing new therapies. The START tumor bank was created to make tumor tissue gifted by patients receiving care or treatment at The START Center available to all researchers involved in developing a better understanding of the biology of cancer or those engaged in the discovery of new therapies. The START tumor bank is different than other tumor banks. The majority of new anticancer drug development is performed by researchers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry, researchers in non-profit or charitable institutes, and not within the University setting. However, almost all tumor banks are confined to university academic centers and the tissue is only available to those specific researchers at that institution. The mission of the START tumor bank is to make available tumor specimens to all researchers actively engaged in cancer research whether they are in University, Academic, or Pharmaceutical industry, with a goal to accelerate the discovery and development of new agents for the treatment and cure of cancer.

StataCorp

4905 Lakeway Drive College Station, TX 77845-4512 USAStataCorp offers statistical software and provides integrated statistics, graphics, and data management solutions.

Stillmeadow, Inc.

12852 Park 1 Dr, Sugar Land, TX 77478STILLMEADOW, Inc. is an independent contract research facility focused on the professional evaluation of sponsors' products. Since 1975, we have expanded into a full service lab certified in the areas of mammalian and environmental toxicology, animal health, entomology, analytical services, and in vitro studies. STILLMEADOW, Inc. is AAALAC Accredited and certified with the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP.) We were certified by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) in 1992. In addition, key members of our staff are members of the Society of Quality Assurance, the Chemical Producers and Distributors Association, and the Society of Toxicology.

SACHEM

Austin, TX United StatesSACHEM provides compound synthesis, reagents, catalysts, and chemical services.

Spanios

2450 Holcombe Blvd, Suite J Houston, Texas, 77021 United StatesSpanios is a Therapeutic Research Organization (TRO) that builds unique Patient Derived Organoids (PDOs) for rare cancers to be used for a variety of testing purposes. Spanios provides a range services to its clients in academia, biotech and pharma industry to hasten the pace of their research by adding the third dimension to their efforts. Ask us how Spanios can help with your research question. We have custom quotes for customized research need. Spanios is a JLABS resident company located in the Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX, USA. Our current organoid models are for Breast cancer, Gastric cancer, Sarcoma, Cholangiocarcinoma, Pancreatic cancer, Glioblastoma, Ovarian cancer, which are fully characterized. We are working on multiple rare cancer organoids which are coming soon.

Solvay Chemicals

3333 Richmond Avenue Houston, TX 77098 USASolvay Chemicals specializes in fluorine, peroxygen, and sodium based chemicals.

Solvay Chemicals

Houston, TX United StatesSolvay Chemicals specializes in fluorine, peroxygen, and sodium based chemicals.

Superior Livestock Auction

131 E. Exchange Ave. Suite In 1987, Superior Livestock Auction introduced satellite video marketing to the nation's livestock industry and forever changed the way load-lots of cattle are marketed. Because of its commitment to innovation and utilization of the best technology available, Superior has grown to become the largest livestock auction in the United States; marketing well over two million head of cattle annually. With over 380 representatives located throughout the United States, Superior provides a complete national marketing network that serves both buyers and sellers. Sellers have the opportunity to market cattle to a broader nationwide buyer base, as each lot is filmed in its current domestic location, and uploaded to Superior’s website. Unlike conventional livestock marketing methods, buyers have the opportunity to visually assess and select lots individually, with access to current EPDs, by means of the Internet. Load lots of country-fresh cattle are sold on contract for immediate-to-future delivery using the most accurate form of price discovery available and competitive bidding. Superior has created a national livestock market, where prices are exposed without regard to local climate conditions or demand. Superior conducts bi-weekly Satellite video auctions broadcast on Dish Network channel 232 and a daily internet auction listing called Country Page. These options provide an opportunity for both buyers and sellers to take advantage of current market conditions. The success and growth of Superior Livestock Auction is the result of its reputation for honesty and integrity, its qualified and professional staff and representatives, thousands of satisfied customers, its leadership role in industry innovations and its goal to be the best, most complete livestock marketing service in the industry.

South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Affairs Hospital

7400 Merton Minter Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78229South Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS) is comprised of two inpatient campuses: the Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital in San Antonio and the Kerrville VA Hospital in Kerrville, Texas. STVHCS serves one of the largest primary service areas in the nation and is part of the VA Heart of Texas Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN 17), with offices located in Arlington, Texas. South Texas provides health care services for 80,000 unique Veterans. The Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital (ALMMVH), named after the nation’s most decorated World War II hero, is a quaternary care facility, which is affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Comprehensive health care is provided through acute medical, surgical, mental health, physical medicine and rehabilitation, geriatric, and primary care services. Comprised of a Spinal Cord Injury Center, a Community Living Center, a Domiciliary, and a Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (SARRTP). ALMMVH provides quaternary services including bone marrow transplantation, open-heart surgery, magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography. As a Level II Research facility ALMMVH has projects that include aging, cardiac surgery, cancer, diabetes and HIV. The facility has one of three National Institutes of Health sponsored clinical research centers in the VA. In addition, the Geriatric Research, Education & Clinical Center (GRECC) is a “Center of Excellence.” The Kerrville VA Hospital (KVAH), located 65 miles northwest of San Antonio, provides primary care, some specialty care, geriatric evaluation and management, palliative care, and long-term care services with a Community Living Center. Outpatient clinics offer primary care and some specialty care while sharing resources with each other and their respective communities. When required, Veterans are referred to ALMMVH or KVAH for specialty care including medicine, surgery, neuropsychiatry, rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, and long-term care services. For more information, visit

South Texas Veterans Health Care System, Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Affairs Hospital

7400 Merton Minter Blvd. San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesSouth Texas Veterans Health Care System (STVHCS) is comprised of two inpatient campuses: the Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital in San Antonio and the Kerrville VA Hospital in Kerrville, Texas. STVHCS serves one of the largest primary service areas in the nation and is part of the VA Heart of Texas Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN 17), with offices located in Arlington, Texas. South Texas provides health care services for 80,000 unique Veterans. The Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital (ALMMVH), named after the nation’s most decorated World War II hero, is a quaternary care facility, which is affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). Comprehensive health care is provided through acute medical, surgical, mental health, physical medicine and rehabilitation, geriatric, and primary care services. Comprised of a Spinal Cord Injury Center, a Community Living Center, a Domiciliary, and a Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (SARRTP). ALMMVH provides quaternary services including bone marrow transplantation, open-heart surgery, magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography. As a Level II Research facility ALMMVH has projects that include aging, cardiac surgery, cancer, diabetes and HIV. The facility has one of three National Institutes of Health sponsored clinical research centers in the VA. In addition, the Geriatric Research, Education & Clinical Center (GRECC) is a “Center of Excellence.” The Kerrville VA Hospital (KVAH), located 65 miles northwest of San Antonio, provides primary care, some specialty care, geriatric evaluation and management, palliative care, and long-term care services with a Community Living Center. Outpatient clinics offer primary care and some specialty care while sharing resources with each other and their respective communities. When required, Veterans are referred to ALMMVH or KVAH for specialty care including medicine, surgery, neuropsychiatry, rehabilitation, spinal cord injury, and long-term care services. For more information, visit

Stillmeadow

12852 Park One Drive Sugar Land Texas 77478 USAStillmeadow offers toxicity studies, animal studies, batch analysis, preliminary analysis, and physical property determination.

Space Technology and Advanced Research Systems Inc.

623 Serenade Dr San Antonio, TX 78216 USASTaARS is a team of multi-discipline experts in the areas of Molecular Biology, Systems Engineering, Human Space Flight Operations and Venture Finance. Complete on-orbit based molecular workflow capability. Drug discovery, Vaccine delivery, Cancer cell studies, Stem Cell research, Bio-product development, Life Science research and Protein Crystal Growth.

Space Technology and Advanced Research Systems Inc.

623 Serenade Drive San Antonio, TX, 78216 United StatesSTaARS is a team of multi-discipline experts in the areas of Molecular Biology, Systems Engineering, Human Space Flight Operations and Venture Finance. Complete on-orbit based molecular workflow capability. Drug discovery, Vaccine delivery, Cancer cell studies, Stem Cell research, Bio-product development, Life Science research and Protein Crystal Growth.

Schrodinger

155 Gibbs St, Suite 430Schrodinger provides modeling, visualization, simulation, software and technology services.

SlieaGen

2113 Wells Branch Pky Suite 6900 Austin, Texas, 78728 United StatesSlieaGen L.L.C is a privately owned clinical research organization and biorepository, containing thousands of worldwide infectious disease specimens. We specialize in the procurement, testing and marketing of high-quality products that support research and development in the fields of communicable diseases, endocrinology, immunology, oncology, obstetrics, cardiology and genetic disorders. These products and services are used in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and In-Vitro Diagnostic industries. Since our establishment in 2007, we have developed an excellent reputation for our high-quality products and services. Our management and employees have over 75 years of combined experience in the areas of bio-diagnostic product development and manufacturing, rare reagent development and manufacturing, assay development, clinical trial management, Quality control and FDA (510k) approvals. At SlieaGen, our samples have been collected while adhering to stringent collection protocols and guidelines in order to provide high-quality biospecimens to best suit your research needs. We are able to provide a wide range of human biological materials, including: whole blood, plasma, Serum, urine, and solid tissues.

STATinMED

5340 Legacy Dr Ste 175 Plano, TX, 75024 United StatesSince 2007, STATinMED Research has helped life science companies discover data, develop insights, and deliver optimal solutions to realize maximum value. Our approach and data offerings are foremost in the industry based on hundreds of combined experience years and >900 peer-reviewed publications in dozens of therapeutic areas. With our network of affiliated experts from academia and industry, we listen and leverage more data from more sources in less time, to align business needs for better, faster decisions, customized solutions and successful partnerships. We offer insights using STATinMED RWD Insights, encompassing >80% of the US health care system with all-payer medical and pharmacy claims, revealing transactions between payers and providers with comprehensive coverage at the patient level. Real-Time Data: Repository from 2014 to most current quarter (1-month data lag) Rapid Access: No delay or interruption with data access and project kick-off in 1 week Care Settings: Longitudinal tracking across data sources, pharmacy, and sites of care (inpatient, outpatient, ACO/facility) Nationwide Reach: Patients from all US geographic regions including HI, AK, and Puerto Rico Patient Tracking: Linked via direct matching algorithm Patient Universe: 300 million unique patients, deidentified, tokenized; HIPAA-compliant Payer Detail: In-depth visibility into payer account details at transaction level Providers & Prescriptions: Providers include 97% HCP specialties (PA, NP, RN); full life cycle of pharmacy and Rx claims Channel Capture: Commercial, Medicare FFS and Advantage, Medicaid all 50 states In addition to working with traditional claims and data sources in the US commercial and government spaces, STATinMED actively explores current and relevant sources to offer the most complete reporting of outcomes.

START dba XenoSTART

4383 Medical Drive Suite 4021 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesSouth Texas Accelerated Research Therapeutics (START) directs clinical trials of novel anticancer agents using a high quality and innovative information technology infrastructure to ensure accurate and rapid clinical trials in a setting that emphasizes personalized and compassionate clinical care. START’s head office is located in San Antonio, Texas, in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center. With centers located in the US, Spain and China START conducts the world’s largest Phase I medical oncology program – putting more than 400 patients per year on Phase I trials. Patients travel from all over the world to participate in one or more of our Phase I drug trials. START consists of a team of highly trained physicians and staff with extensive experience in Phase I clinical trials research and are nationally recognized as thought leaders in cancer research and drug development. The mission of START is to accelerate the development of new anticancer drugs that will improve the quality of life and survival for patients with cancer. Our drug development program is not only furthering cancer research, but also offers hope to patients facing the toughest cancer battles.

START dba XenoSTART

5750 Northwest Parkway Suite 124 San Antonio, TX, 78249 United StatesSouth Texas Accelerated Research Therapeutics (START) directs clinical trials of novel anticancer agents using a high quality and innovative information technology infrastructure to ensure accurate and rapid clinical trials in a setting that emphasizes personalized and compassionate clinical care. START’s head office is located in San Antonio, Texas, in the heart of the South Texas Medical Center. With centers located in the US, Spain and China START conducts the world’s largest Phase I medical oncology program – putting more than 400 patients per year on Phase I trials. Patients travel from all over the world to participate in one or more of our Phase I drug trials. START consists of a team of highly trained physicians and staff with extensive experience in Phase I clinical trials research and are nationally recognized as thought leaders in cancer research and drug development. The mission of START is to accelerate the development of new anticancer drugs that will improve the quality of life and survival for patients with cancer. Our drug development program is not only furthering cancer research, but also offers hope to patients facing the toughest cancer battles.

Selleck Chemicals

2626 South Loop West, Suite 225, Houston, TX 77054 USASelleck Chemicals is one of the world's leading suppliers of biochemical products and services. We offer a diverse, well-curated and data-rich catalog of over 6000 small molecule inhibitors and modulators for multiple cell signaling pathways including MAPK, PI3K/Akt/mTOR, Apoptosis, Angiogenesis, and JAK/STAT, among others. In addition, we also provide a variety of screening libraries for High Throughput Screening and High Content Screening to advance drug discovery and systems biology research. All the inhibitors are well classified, so you can directly choose inhibitors according to signaling pathways or research areas listed in our company website. We boast a global operations network and overnight delivery on all in-stock items. Selleck Chemicals has established long-term and stable relationships with more than 10,000 customers from pharmaceutical and biotech companies to universities and research institutions. We have headquarters in the United States, Asia, Europe, and 38 distributors worldwide. We help the scientists of today deliver on the technologies of tomorrow. Put your research on the fast track with Selleck Chemicals. We look forward to supporting you!

Selleck Chemicals

14408 W Sylvanfield Drive Houston, TX, 77014 United StatesSelleck Chemicals is one of the world's leading suppliers of biochemical products and services. We offer a diverse, well-curated and data-rich catalog of over 6000 small molecule inhibitors and modulators for multiple cell signaling pathways including MAPK, PI3K/Akt/mTOR, Apoptosis, Angiogenesis, and JAK/STAT, among others. In addition, we also provide a variety of screening libraries for High Throughput Screening and High Content Screening to advance drug discovery and systems biology research. All the inhibitors are well classified, so you can directly choose inhibitors according to signaling pathways or research areas listed in our company website. We boast a global operations network and overnight delivery on all in-stock items. Selleck Chemicals has established long-term and stable relationships with more than 10,000 customers from pharmaceutical and biotech companies to universities and research institutions. We have headquarters in the United States, Asia, Europe, and 38 distributors worldwide. We help the scientists of today deliver on the technologies of tomorrow. Put your research on the fast track with Selleck Chemicals. We look forward to supporting you!

Scott & White Reference Laboratory

2401 S. 31st Street Temple, TX 76508

Specialty Glass, Inc.

15525 County Road 48 Rosharon, TX, 77583 United StatesSpecialty Glass, Inc. is dedicated to producing glassware that is consistent with regulatory requirements for glass apparatus used for testing in research and development labs according to scientific methods (ASTM). In addition to producing an excellent line of standard products, our skilled glassblowers take pride in their ability to develop prototypes for new lab glass designs and to repair damaged laboratory and scientific glassware efficiently and cost effectively.

StemMed

7000 Fannin St., Suite 210 Houston, TX 77030StemMed provides pathology, gene expression, protein analysis, response assays, and sphere formation assays.

Songwon

1311 W Parkwood Ave Friendswood Texas 77546 USASongwon is the second largest manufacturer of polymer stabilizers in the world. Our vision is to be Salient in Additives and become the supplier of choice for polymer additives through our continued commitment to providing better quality, better service and better value to our customers. We are firmly focused on delivering growth by anticipating the needs and desires of our customers and by aspiring to be a leading example in additives technology development.

Stony Brook University Medical Center Department of Medicine

East Loop RoadStony Brook University Medical Center Department of Medicine focuses on research.

SGS Life Science Services

900 Georgia Ave OGC Corporate Deer Park, TX, 77536 United StatesSGS helps pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and medical device companies by providing services along the entire drug development pathway. With over 40 years of experience as a global contract research organization, our global Life Sciences team provides integrated solutions from preclinical activities to Phase I-IV clinical trials, bioanalytical, pharmaceutical development, biologics characterization, biosafety, and quality control testing of small and large molecules, raw materials, containers and finished products. Our health science laboratory services provide you with an international reach and employ the latest technology and methodologies – so that you get the most accurate and reliable results. Our expert staff is trained to the highest standards and has an in-depth knowledge of their fields and your business needs. We provide experience in meeting both international and local regulations across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Synchron

"The Chambers", 3rd FloorSynchron offers phase I-IV clinical research services including bioequivalence and bioavailability studies, pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic modeling, statistical analysis, and data management.

Simbiosys Biowares

9978 Monroe Dr, Suite 304Simbiosys Biowares offers bioassay development, cell line development and engineering, cell culture and cell banking, gene cloning and DNA purification and natural product testing services.

SelleckBio

2626 South Loop West, Suite 225 Houston, TX 77054 USASelleckBio, a Selleck Chemicals company, supplies high-performance life-science products. We have over 8,000 products which consist of inhibitors, antibodies, RNAis, proteins and peptides which focus on signaling pathways such as MAPK, PI3K/Akt, and apoptosis etc.

Smart Imaging Technologies

1770 Saint James Place, Suite 414 Houston, TX 77056 USASmart Imaging Technologies develops image analysis software and offers image analysis services.

Texas Biomedical Research Institute

7620 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, Texas 78227-5301About Texas Biomed Saving Lives With the Power of Scientific Discovery Texas Biomedical Research Institute aims to unravel the mysteries of chronic and infectious diseases through innovative thinking, creative problem solving and cutting edge technologies. We make today’s discoveries possible of becoming tomorrow’s cures. Since its founding in 1941 by Thomas B. Slick Jr., the Texas Biomedical Research Institute has gained worldwide recognition in scientific and academic communities for the quality of its basic research. Our scientists work each and every day to improve human health by being a world leader in lifestyle and infectious disease research. Each year, our scientists are engaged in more than 200 research projects and publish well over 100 articles in the international scientific literature. Campus Located on a 200-acre campus on the northwest side of San Antonio, Texas, Texas Biomed partners with hundreds of researchers and institutions around the world, targeting advances in the fight against cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer, psychiatric disorders, problems of pregnancy, AIDS, hepatitis, malaria, parasitic infections and a host of other infectious diseases.

Texas Christian University

2800 S. University Dr., Fort Worth, Texas , 76129 United StatesOur Mission To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community. Our Vision To be a world-class, values-centered university.

Texas A&M University Nuclear Engineering - Tandem Accelerator Laboratory

3133 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-3133

Texas A&M University Nuclear Engineering - Tandem Accelerator Laboratory

Department of Nuclear Engineering Texas A&M University 253 Bizzell Hall West College Station, TX 77843-3133

Texas A&M University Nuclear Engineering - Tandem Accelerator Laboratory

College Station, TX, 77843 United States

Teomics

5000 Gulf Freeway Bld 5 Houston, TX, 77023 United States

Texas Woman's University

304 Administration Dr Denton, TX , 76204 United StatesWith an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students, Texas Woman’s University is the nation’s largest university primarily for women. TWU offers degree programs in the liberal arts, nursing, health sciences, the sciences, business and education. Its campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston are joined by an e-learning campus offering innovative online degree programs in business, education and general studies. TWU serves the citizens of Texas in many ways, including: Graduating more new health care professionals than any other university in Texas Easing the teacher shortage by placing highly qualified professionals in the classroom Offering a liberal arts-based curriculum that prepares students for success in a global society Conducting research that impacts the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity, osteoporosis, stroke and diabetes.

The University of Texas Austin - Genomic Sequencing and Analysis Core

The University of Texas at Austin Cellular and Molecular Biology 1 University Station Stop A4800 Austin, TX 78712

Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine - Cell Analysis Facility

TX United StatesThe College of Medicine Cell Analysis Facility (COM-CAF) at the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) provides cell analysis and cell sorting services for research in the TAMHSC and TAMU community and is managed by the Department of Microbial Pathogenesis and Immunology. The mission of the COM-CAF is To promote research and training for cell-based assays at the highest level of quality and rigor To bring new developments in flow cytometric instrumentation, technique and analysis for preclinical use in the TAMHSC and TAMU research community To support the productivity and effectiveness of research by promoting high-content data acquisition, ensuring the highest data quality and consistency, carrying out efficient cell sorting, providing reliable data management, educating and training researchers and consulting in experiment design and evaluation.

Theraclone Sciences

1124 Columbia Street, Suite 300Theraclone Sciences offers antibody development services in relation to infection diseases and inflammation.

Torviq

1995 N High Meadow DriveTorviq offers laboratory equipment for purchase.

TAMU Protein Chemistry Laboratory

College Station, TX United StatesTexas A&M University (TAMU) Protein Chemistry Laboratory offers amino acid analysis, mass determination, protein sequencing, and electrophoresis services.

Texas Health Research and Education Institute

612 East Lamar Boulevard, Arlington, TX 76011, USMission Texas Health Research & Education Institute, in conjunction with other members of Texas Health Resources, their affiliated physicians, and other organizations, will conduct medical research, offer educational programs and undertake development projects that contribute to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Vision Texas Health Research & Education Institute will advance health through research and education. Texas Health Resources Diversity Statement We will provide and maintain a fair and equitable environment for all by valuing and respecting individual differences for our enrichment and for the enrichment of the communities we serve.

Texas Health Research and Education Institute

612 E. Lamar Blvd., Suite 1212 Arlington, Texas, 76011-4133 United StatesMission Texas Health Research & Education Institute, in conjunction with other members of Texas Health Resources, their affiliated physicians, and other organizations, will conduct medical research, offer educational programs and undertake development projects that contribute to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease. Vision Texas Health Research & Education Institute will advance health through research and education. Texas Health Resources Diversity Statement We will provide and maintain a fair and equitable environment for all by valuing and respecting individual differences for our enrichment and for the enrichment of the communities we serve.

Texas Heart Institute

6770 Bertner AvenueTexas Heart Institute focuses on cardiovascular research with emphasis on pathology, electrophysiology, stem cell, transplant, and heart assist devices.

ToxStrategies

9390 Research Boulevard Austin, TX, 78759 United StatesToxStrategies is a multidisciplinary scientific consulting firm that strives to develop innovative solutions to address the scientific, technical, and regulatory challenges confronting our clients. We have a reputation for applying sound science in all that we do, for thinking outside-of-the-box, and for tailoring our approach to meet the specific needs of our clients, whether that need be for a rapid response or a comprehensive analysis. Our Epidemiology group focuses on pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and environmental chemicals. Our scientists aid clients in the conduct, evaluation, and interpretation of epidemiological studies. Our research frequently results in peer-reviewed publications and presentations at scientific conferences, as well as being used in numerous regulatory documents in the US and Europe.

ToxStrategies

23501 Cinco Ranch Boulevard Suite B226 Katy, TX, 77494 United StatesToxStrategies is a multidisciplinary scientific consulting firm that strives to develop innovative solutions to address the scientific, technical, and regulatory challenges confronting our clients. We have a reputation for applying sound science in all that we do, for thinking outside-of-the-box, and for tailoring our approach to meet the specific needs of our clients, whether that need be for a rapid response or a comprehensive analysis. Our Epidemiology group focuses on pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and environmental chemicals. Our scientists aid clients in the conduct, evaluation, and interpretation of epidemiological studies. Our research frequently results in peer-reviewed publications and presentations at scientific conferences, as well as being used in numerous regulatory documents in the US and Europe.

TAMU AgriLife Research

2132 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-2123 USATexas A&M University's AgriLife Research Genomics and Bioinformatics Services Facility offers expertise in genomics, bioinformatics, and molecular and computational biology.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laboratory Animal Resources Center

1406 South Coulter Street, Amarillo, TX 79106, US The Laboratory Animal Resources Center (LARC) operates and maintains the TTUHSC animal facilities in Lubbock, Amarillo, El Paso and Abilene under the direct supervision of the Institutional Veterinarian. Through these operations the LARC provides for the procurement, housing, health, and welfare of research animals housed in TTUHSC facilities. The LARC, in partnership with the IACUC and the Institutional Official (IO), monitors use of research animals to ensure compliance with applicable Federal, State, and Local laws and guidelines as well as Institutional Policy. Finally, the LARC provides technical assistance, advice and education to faculty, research staff and students in order to facilitate research goals while maintaining regulatory compliance.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laboratory Animal Resources Center

3601 4th Street, STOP 9001 Lubbock, Texas, 79430-9001 United States The Laboratory Animal Resources Center (LARC) operates and maintains the TTUHSC animal facilities in Lubbock, Amarillo, El Paso and Abilene under the direct supervision of the Institutional Veterinarian. Through these operations the LARC provides for the procurement, housing, health, and welfare of research animals housed in TTUHSC facilities. The LARC, in partnership with the IACUC and the Institutional Official (IO), monitors use of research animals to ensure compliance with applicable Federal, State, and Local laws and guidelines as well as Institutional Policy. Finally, the LARC provides technical assistance, advice and education to faculty, research staff and students in order to facilitate research goals while maintaining regulatory compliance.

Triumpharma

1122 Forest Knoll LaneTriumpharma offers clinical research, stability testing, bioanalytical testing, in situ/in vivo/in vitro permeability studies, and toxicity services.

Thorlabs, Inc.

4120 Freidrich Lane Austin, Texas 78744 USAFounded in 1989, Thorlabs has its headquarters in Newton, NJ. This location is also home to our mechanics, optics, fiber, advanced systems technology, and advanced applications teams as well as one of our three distribution warehouses. On-site manufacturing allows us to customize our products quickly and efficiently to meet specialized customer requests. Our technical support team, call center, marketing, and web development teams make their homes in Newton as well, and are dedicated to providing comprehensive customer support and services.

Texas A&M University - Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute

730 West Corral Avenue in Kingsville, TexasWhile scientific research is the main focus of the Institute, public education and outreach has become a more important part of the Institute’s work. Located at the heart of the Wildlife Research Park, lies the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center, the Institute’s crown jewel. This 11,220 square foot Spanish-style building has created new opportunities for outreach related activities. Completed in August 2005 with generous donations from the Caesar Kleberg Foundation for Wildlife Conservation and other supporters, the Institute now boasts a facility where wildlife research information can be disseminated through workshops, presentations, symposia, and conferences to both the general public and scientific communities.

Texas A&M University - Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute

730 West Corral Avenue Kingsville, TX, 78363 United StatesWhile scientific research is the main focus of the Institute, public education and outreach has become a more important part of the Institute’s work. Located at the heart of the Wildlife Research Park, lies the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center, the Institute’s crown jewel. This 11,220 square foot Spanish-style building has created new opportunities for outreach related activities. Completed in August 2005 with generous donations from the Caesar Kleberg Foundation for Wildlife Conservation and other supporters, the Institute now boasts a facility where wildlife research information can be disseminated through workshops, presentations, symposia, and conferences to both the general public and scientific communities.

Texas Andrology Services

7900 Fannin, #1030 Houston, TX 77054

Texas Children’s Cancer Center and Hematology Center

Houston, TX United StatesTexas Children’s Cancer Center and Hematology Center offers cytogenetics, genomics, proteomics, and flow cytometry services.

Trinity University

1 Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX , 78212-7200 United StatesIs Trinity for you? If you value very small class sizes, close connections with faculty and fellow students, and a challenging yet supportive academic environment with broad undergraduate research opportunities, it probably is. With 2,299 talented undergraduate students, the University is known for its stimulating, resourceful, and collaborative environment—in the classroom, on campus, and around the world.

Texas A&M University (TAMU)

670 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy 4485 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-4485Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM) facilitates breakthroughs in science and medicine and accelerates the pace of medical discoveries through internal research and by providing our resources, training and services to the scientific community at Texas A&M, The State of Texas, and the world.

Texas A&M University (TAMU)

College Station, TX United StatesTexas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM) facilitates breakthroughs in science and medicine and accelerates the pace of medical discoveries through internal research and by providing our resources, training and services to the scientific community at Texas A&M, The State of Texas, and the world.

Turf Feeding Systems

5829 W. Sam Houston Pkwy N. Suite 1105 Houston, TX 77041Turf Feeding Systems is a leader in packaged fertigation systems for irrigated landscapes, sports fields, golf courses, resorts and agriculture sites across the US and around the world. We have over 28 years of experience building the best fertigation systems with the highest quality and longest service life at the best price. We offer more than the best fertigation systems. We can help any customer achieve high quality landscapes or crops, while reducing water and costs. We can implement Sustainability and Water Efficiency into any irrigated area to reduce water use up to 50%, reduce fertilizer and chemical use 60%, while improving the overall quality or crop production. We are sharply focused on Sustainability, Water Efficiency and Soil Health. Our fertigation systems are the tools needed to achieve these benefits. Our systems are installed on thousands of sites, including some of the top golf courses in the world, 5-star resorts, municipal parks, sports fields and agriculture areas across the US, Asia, Pacific Rim, Europe, Middle East, Africa and South America. Let us help you implement Sustainability and Water Efficiency into your property or project.

TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL)

635 Presidential Dr,, Richardson, TX 75081 USATBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL) is a global molecular diagnostics company dedicated to the development, manufacture and marketing of molecular diagnotics kits, instruments and services. Company Structure Picture TDL is comprised of the following subsidiaries: Texas BioGene Inc. in USA, TBG Biotechnology Corp. in Taiwan, and TBG Biotechnology Inc. (Xiamen) in China. Each subsidiary is focused on different business or functions. Texas Biogene Inc. is the research center, TBG Biotechnology Corp. Taiwan, is focused on Transplant and Transfusion Genetics, and TBG Biotechnology (Xiamen) Inc. is focused on Infectious Disease, and Oncology. History Texas BioGene Inc (TBG) was founded in Texas, USA (1999), TBG is one of the leading providers of quality Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Typing Kits for immune matching of bone marrow, cord blood and organ transplants. TBG has instituted a comprehensive quality control system and is an ISO13485 accredited manufacturer of medical devices including CE approved typing kits. Currently TBG has R&D, manufacturing and sales operations in the US, Taiwan and China. In 2006, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired TBG for its potential in PCR diagnostics and to complement its existing drug development pipelines. To take advantage of the rapid growth in IVD market within China, Medigen Biotechnology Corp. acquired Shanghai Haoyuan in 2007 for its diagnostic distribution channels and licenses in China. By combining the strengths in TBG and Haoyuan, a new generation of Blood Screening was developed and succesfully marketed in China. In 2012, Perkin Elmer decided to acquired Shanghai Haoyuan from Medigen Biotechnology Corp. as a way to enter the Blood Screening business in China. While China is still a rapidlly growing market for IVD, TBG re-established the TBG Biotechnoloyg Inc. (Xiamen) as its new China subsidiary. The intent of this China facility is to go beyond the current scope of products and to become a major IVD leader in China. In early 2016, Progen Pharmaceiticals has decided to acquire TBG I. and rename the company to TBG Diagnostics Limited (TDL).

TAMU Health Science COM - Cell Analysis Facility

TX United StatesThe College of Medicine Cell Analysis Facility (COM-CAF) at the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) provides cell analysis and cell sorting services for research in the TAMHSC and TAMU community and is managed by the Department of Microbial Pathogenesis and Immunology. The mission of the COM-CAF is To promote research and training for cell-based assays at the highest level of quality and rigor To bring new developments in flow cytometric instrumentation, technique and analysis for preclinical use in the TAMHSC and TAMU research community To support the productivity and effectiveness of research by promoting high-content data acquisition, ensuring the highest data quality and consistency, carrying out efficient cell sorting, providing reliable data management, educating and training researchers and consulting in experiment design and evaluation. Major applications of flow cytometry include: Multi-parametric and high-resolution, phenotypic and functional characterization of immune and non-immune cells on a per cell basis. Cellular proliferation Stem, immune, and non-immune cell sorting to high-purity and viability.

TEFLabs

9415 Capitol View DriveTEFLabs offers indicators and reagent products for purchase.

TEFLabs

Austin, TX United StatesTEFLabs offers indicators and reagent products for purchase.

Texas A&M University - Institute for Preclinical Studies

800 Raymond Stotzer Parkway, Suite 2060 College Station, TX 77843-4478

TRS-RenTelco

1830 West Airfield Drive Dallas, TX, 75261 United StatesWho We Are Today, effective management of all your assets and the ability to outsource are critical to your company's success. TRS-RenTelco is working hard to be your one solution. This is our commitment to you. This is who we ARE. Availability - We have the broadest selection of general-purpose and communications test equipment for rent in North America – in stock and ready to ship! Response - Need a quote fast? Same day delivery? Tech support on Saturday? We're here when you need us and we're focused on meeting your needs quickly and thoroughly. Execution - We are the leader in our industry for one reason: YOU. Our customers depend on us to get it done - no matter what. You can count on us; we've got you covered. We feel privileged to have the opportunity to service your test equipment needs. We take great pride in being there for you when you need us, and strive to provide you exceptional care. At TRS-RenTelco, it's not about taking another order - it's about providing you the solutions you require so YOUR business is successful.

The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System

1901 Veterans Memorial Drive Temple, TX, 76504 United StatesResearch Service at CTVHCS supports the national goal of advancing medical research programs that address Veterans' needs. CTVHCS participates in research supported by the VA Office of Research and Development, as well as from external sources such as Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, non-profit foundations, and pharmaceutical companies. Forty-three principal investigators work on more than 131 active human, animal, or safety studies at CTVHCS. In FY07, the total research expenditures for R&D Committee approved projects were $2.05 million. In FY13, the total increased to $8.06 million, which is a four-fold increase over the last seven fiscal years. For FY15, direct CTVHCS support for FY15 was $3.8 million. Total Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA) for research expenditures in FY15 was $2.4M. Total extramural research grant support was $10.4M (includes VA Merit, Career Development Award) in FY15.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

3601 4th Street Lubbock, TX , 79430 United StatesWelcome to Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, where a dedication to education, patient care and research has made an impact on the health of West Texas and beyond for almost 40 years. To date we have trained more than 10,000 health care professionals, and we meet the health care needs of more than 2.5 million people who live throughout a vast 108-county area stretching from the Texas Panhandle south to the Permian Basin and west into Eastern New Mexico. We have established ourselves as a leader in education and patient care and are building a top-ranked research environment with significant studies under way in areas such as aging, cancer, reproduction, genetic diseases and rural health. In addition, our location adjacent to Texas Tech University provides a unique opportunity for advancement of knowledge through scientific collaborations. Beginning in 1969 as Texas Tech University School of Medicine, today TTUHSC is a seven-school university located in Abilene, Amarillo, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Lubbock, Midland and Odessa.

The Patient Recruiting Agency

The Patient Recruiting Agency™ 6207 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 288 Austin, TX 78746The Patient Recruiting Agency™ (TPRA) specializes in the production and placement of customized direct-to-patient advertising and technological solutions to support Sponsors, CROs, SMOs and Investigators.

The Patient Recruiting Agency

Austin, TX United StatesThe Patient Recruiting Agency™ (TPRA) specializes in the production and placement of customized direct-to-patient advertising and technological solutions to support Sponsors, CROs, SMOs and Investigators.

Texas Medical Center

2450 Holcombe Boulevard Houston, TX, 77021 United StatesThe Texas Medical Center (TMC)—the largest medical complex in the world—is at the forefront of advancing life sciences. As home to the brightest minds in medicine, TMC nurtures cross-institutional collaboration, creativity, and innovation. Because together, we can push the limits of what’s possible.

Trinity Consultants, Inc. dba SafeBridge Consultants, Inc.

12700 Park Central Dr Ste 2100 Dallas, TX, 75251 United StatesEHS Consulting, air quality permitting and compliance We are a unique team of occupational and environmental toxicologists, industrial hygienists, chemists and safety and environmental professionals with extensive experience inside the pharmaceutical industry. SafeBridge provides professional consulting services and analytical support to clients across the United States and internationally including the United Kingdom, Ireland, continental Europe, and Canada. Corporate Vision To be the leading safety, health and environmental services firm to the life sciences industries by providing business oriented solutions to complex problems through the practice of good science in an environment of respect and openness.

US Research Nanomaterials, Inc

3302 Twing Leaf Lane Houston, TX, 77084 United States

University of Incarnate Word Feik School of Pharmacy

4301 Broadway, CPO #285 San Antonio, TX, 78209 United StatesThe University of the Incarnate Word, a Catholic institution committed to educational excellence in a context of faith, welcomes to its community persons of diverse backgrounds, faiths, and beliefs. The University is located on what was formerly the estate of noted San Antonio philanthropist, businessman, and civil servant, Col. George W. Brackenridge. The headwaters of the San Antonio River separate the main campus from the newer developments, including the International Conference Center for visiting international dignitaries and students. The city of San Antonio’s diverse ethnic culture has always been a part of the mission of the University and is a vital part of our students’ educational experience.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Biomolecular Structure and Function Core

Houston, TX USATo enhance the understanding of oncogenic pathways and drive the development of new cancer therapies through provision of protein production, biophysical characterization, and structural biology resources. How can the core for biomolecular structure and function impact your work? We can provide you with pure protein that is ready for assay development in your laboratory or biophysical assays within ours. We have state of the art biophysical instrumentation to answer questions such as: What is the oligomerization state of my protein? What is the affinity of a small molecule for my protein How does phosphorylation of my target protein affect protein-complex formation? Does my protein form a complex with another protein as suggested by Co-IP? What is the 3-dimensional structure of my protein? These are just example questions that can be thoroughly investigated in our group. Please do not hesitate to contact us and see if we can assist you with your specific question.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Biomolecular Structure and Function Core

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesTo enhance the understanding of oncogenic pathways and drive the development of new cancer therapies through provision of protein production, biophysical characterization, and structural biology resources. How can the core for biomolecular structure and function impact your work? We can provide you with pure protein that is ready for assay development in your laboratory or biophysical assays within ours. We have state of the art biophysical instrumentation to answer questions such as: What is the oligomerization state of my protein? What is the affinity of a small molecule for my protein How does phosphorylation of my target protein affect protein-complex formation? Does my protein form a complex with another protein as suggested by Co-IP? What is the 3-dimensional structure of my protein? These are just example questions that can be thoroughly investigated in our group. Please do not hesitate to contact us and see if we can assist you with your specific question.

UTHSCSA Center for Macromolecular Interactions

8403 Floyd Curl Drive South Texas Research Facility, Room: 415B San Antonio, Texas, United StatesUTHSCSA Center for Macromolecular Interactions offers technology and expertise in protein expression/purification, surface plasmon resonance, analytical ultracentrifugation, light scattering, isothermal titration calorimetry, and experimental design.

UTHSCSA X-ray Crystallography Core Laboratory

7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) X-ray Crystallography Core Laboratory offers crystal screening, molecular modeling, and 3D analysis of biological macromolecules.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility

Department of Systems Biology, Unit 950 Room 2SCR3.3123 7435 Fannin St. Houston, TX 77054The Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility provides state-of-the-art mass spectrometry analysis of proteins and metabolites for both basic and clinical cancer research. We strive to serve all internal and external investigators by providing access to mass-spectrometry based proteomics and metabolomics technologies and services.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility

Department of Systems Biology, Unit 950 Room 2SCR3.3123 7435 Fannin St. Houston, TX, 77054 United StatesThe Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility provides state-of-the-art mass spectrometry analysis of proteins and metabolites for both basic and clinical cancer research. We strive to serve all internal and external investigators by providing access to mass-spectrometry based proteomics and metabolomics technologies and services.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Laboratory Animal Genetic Services

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, Texas 78957Laboratory Animal Genetic Services provides investigators with cost-effective, customized genetic analysis for research laboratory animal studies. Polymorphic genetic markers are used to support speed congenic development, background strain characterization, and genetic quality control for mice and rats. Infectious disease PCR testing for laboratory mice and rats is also provided by this core facility, as well as free consultation on mice and rat genetic topics.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Laboratory Animal Genetic Services

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, , Texas , 78957 United StatesLaboratory Animal Genetic Services provides investigators with cost-effective, customized genetic analysis for research laboratory animal studies. Polymorphic genetic markers are used to support speed congenic development, background strain characterization, and genetic quality control for mice and rats. Infectious disease PCR testing for laboratory mice and rats is also provided by this core facility, as well as free consultation on mice and rat genetic topics.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Protein Array and Analysis Core

1808 Park Road 1C Smithville, TX 78957-0389The Protein Array and Analysis Core (PAAC) at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Science Park provides investigators access to innovative and cutting-edge cancer research tools for the discovery and characterization of novel protein-protein interactions. This is accomplished using a state-of-the-art protein microarrayer and additional equipment that will provide biophysical analysis of protein-protein interactions. The PAAC is supported by a grant from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Please acknowledge use of this core in your publications (CPRIT RP 130432). Apart from identifying novel protein-protein interactions that are mediated between protein peptides and protein domains we will provide the know-how and instrumentation to determine the strength of these protein-protein interactions. Discovering new nodes of interaction in signal transduction pathways is important because these protein networks are often deregulated in cancers. Importantly, these pathways can be targeted with drugs that inhibit the enzyme that deposits the posttranslational modifications that facilitate many of these interactions. Also, protein-protein interactions directly targeted with small molecules. These findings will lay the groundwork, and identify the targets, for future cancer drug discovery projects.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Protein Array and Analysis Core

1808 Park Road 1C Smithville, , TX , 78957-0389 United StatesThe Protein Array and Analysis Core (PAAC) at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Science Park provides investigators access to innovative and cutting-edge cancer research tools for the discovery and characterization of novel protein-protein interactions. This is accomplished using a state-of-the-art protein microarrayer and additional equipment that will provide biophysical analysis of protein-protein interactions. The PAAC is supported by a grant from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Please acknowledge use of this core in your publications (CPRIT RP 130432). Apart from identifying novel protein-protein interactions that are mediated between protein peptides and protein domains we will provide the know-how and instrumentation to determine the strength of these protein-protein interactions. Discovering new nodes of interaction in signal transduction pathways is important because these protein networks are often deregulated in cancers. Importantly, these pathways can be targeted with drugs that inhibit the enzyme that deposits the posttranslational modifications that facilitate many of these interactions. Also, protein-protein interactions directly targeted with small molecules. These findings will lay the groundwork, and identify the targets, for future cancer drug discovery projects.

US DNA

3725 Cockrell Ave, Suite 2100US DNA offers room temperature DNA polymerases and reagents.

UTHSCSA Micro-Computed Tomography Core Facility

Med School Bldg Room 579 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Micro-Computed Tomography Core Facility offers 3D imaging services.

University of Texas Health Science Center CTRC Macromolecular Structure & Interactions

7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78229We support structural studies and studies of macromolecular interactions aimed at understanding mechanisms of cancer-related biomolecules, including signaling proteins, chaperones, enzymes involved in DNA repair, etc. and to utilize knowledge of structures and interactions, together with the ability to perform screening and investigate small molecule binding, to develop and discover novel therapies for treating cancer.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center SPORE Tissue Resources and Pathology Core

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Box 448 Houston, TX 77030The functions of the Tissue Resources and Pathology Core facilities are to facilitate acquisition, preservation, analysis and utilization by researchers of clinical samples. The SPOREs listed below have specific information about their Cores and/or contact information.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center SPORE Tissue Resources and Pathology Core

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Box 448 Houston, , TX , 77030 United StatesThe functions of the Tissue Resources and Pathology Core facilities are to facilitate acquisition, preservation, analysis and utilization by researchers of clinical samples. The SPOREs listed below have specific information about their Cores and/or contact information.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Immunology Optical Microscopy Core

MD Anderson South Campus Research Building 1 Room 4.3123 7455 Fannin Street Houston, TX 77054We specialize in advanced fluorescence microscopy modes such as super-resolution, confocal and dynamic microscopy and provide the instrument access, training, expertise and collaboration to researchers in MD Anderson's Center for Cancer Immunology Research (CCIR), as well as to external users.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Immunology Optical Microscopy Core

7455 Fannin St., Unit 902, Houston, , TX, , 77030 United StatesWe specialize in advanced fluorescence microscopy modes such as super-resolution, confocal and dynamic microscopy and provide the instrument access, training, expertise and collaboration to researchers in MD Anderson's Center for Cancer Immunology Research (CCIR), as well as to external users.

United States Army Institute of Surgical Research

3698 Chambers Rd, San Antonio, TX 78234USAISR ORIGINS The Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR), originally named the Surgical Research Unit, was established in 1943 at Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island, New York. Its mission was to evaluate the role of newly discovered antibiotics in the treatment of war wounds. USAISR MISSION: Optimizing Combat Casualty Care USAISR VISION: The Nation’s premiere Tri-Service research organization that integrates safety into planning and executing registry-based and transitional Research providing innovative solutions for burn, trauma, and combat casualty care from time of injury through rehabilitation.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Characterized Cell Line Core

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z4.2040 Houston, TX 77030Between 18% and 36% of cell lines are either misidentified or cross-contaminated (list of misidentified cell lines). A recent notice from NIH requires cell line validation for grant applications to be considered of the highest quality. Journals such as Science, Nature and PNAS also require cell line validation for publication. Cell lines that have been extensively characterized at the DNA, RNA and protein levels will allow investigators to choose the correct cell line for their research. Pre-characterized cell lines will decrease the cost to researchers since this will eliminate repeat analysis. Thus, cell line validation is a critical issue for both scientific publications and grant applications.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Characterized Cell Line Core

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z4.2040 Houston, , TX , 77030 United StatesBetween 18% and 36% of cell lines are either misidentified or cross-contaminated (list of misidentified cell lines). A recent notice from NIH requires cell line validation for grant applications to be considered of the highest quality. Journals such as Science, Nature and PNAS also require cell line validation for publication. Cell lines that have been extensively characterized at the DNA, RNA and protein levels will allow investigators to choose the correct cell line for their research. Pre-characterized cell lines will decrease the cost to researchers since this will eliminate repeat analysis. Thus, cell line validation is a critical issue for both scientific publications and grant applications.

University of Nebraska Medical Center-Bioimaging Core Facility

119 Bsbw College Station, TX, 77843 United StatesNoninvasive anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry for disease detection and therapeutic monitoring of small animals

UTHSCSA Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

4th floor RM 428B 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Mass Spectrometry Laboratory offers molecular mass determination, protein identification, mass spectral analysis, and sequence characterization services.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Nucleic Acid Core Facility

Houston TX 77030 USAThe Nucleic Acid Core Facility provides the following services: Genomic DNA extraction from mouse tails and tissues and PCR-based genetic testing DNA extraction from peripheral blood leukocytes MSI testing PCR and fragment analysis of DNA RNA, DNA and protein extraction DNA and RNA extraction from solid tissues cDNA PCR for submission to DNA sequencing core

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Nucleic Acid Core Facility

Houston , TX, 77030 United StatesThe Nucleic Acid Core Facility provides the following services: Genomic DNA extraction from mouse tails and tissues and PCR-based genetic testing DNA extraction from peripheral blood leukocytes MSI testing PCR and fragment analysis of DNA RNA, DNA and protein extraction DNA and RNA extraction from solid tissues cDNA PCR for submission to DNA sequencing core

University of Texas Health Science Center CTRC Mass Spectrometry

7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78229We provide investigators with comprehensive, state-of-the-art support for characterization and quantification of proteins, metabolites and other biomedically important molecules using mass spectrometry. Our services include molecular mass determination, protein identification, protein quantification, sequence characterization of peptides, localization of covalent modification and metabolomics — discovery experiments and targeted quantitative analysis by HPLC-ESI-MS/MS and analysis of selected small molecules by GC/MS.

University of Texas Health Science Center CTRC Mass Spectrometry

7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesWe provide investigators with comprehensive, state-of-the-art support for characterization and quantification of proteins, metabolites and other biomedically important molecules using mass spectrometry. Our services include molecular mass determination, protein identification, protein quantification, sequence characterization of peptides, localization of covalent modification and metabolomics — discovery experiments and targeted quantitative analysis by HPLC-ESI-MS/MS and analysis of selected small molecules by GC/MS.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Research Histology, Pathology and Imaging Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, Texas 78957The Histology Core and Mutant Mouse Pathology Service (MMPS) have combined to form the CCSG-funded Science Park Research Histology, Pathology and Imaging Core (RHPI). The RHPI, directed by Manu M. Sebastian, D.V.M, Ph.D., D.A.C.V.P, D.A.B.T., D.A.C.L.A.M, comprises three units: 1) RHPI - Histology Laboratory, 2) RHPI - Pathology Services, and 3) RHPI - Imaging Services. These three units work together to specialize in consultations for designing integrated histology, pathology and imaging protocols for animal studies. The Histology Laboratory provides researchers with routine and specialized histology and immunohistochemistry services, technical assistance, and training and consultations in histological techniques. The Histology Laboratory has developed over 500 customized immunohistochemistry (IHC) protocols for researchers, and in the last two years alone has served 26 researchers from 10 different departments from three MD Anderson campuses as well as investigators from four separate UT System institutions. In addition, this outstanding core serves clients from Texas A&M HSC, Baylor, Rice, and five institutions outside of Texas. Pathology Services, overseen by our skilled veterinary pathologist and RHPI director, Manu M. Sebastian, D.V.M, Ph.D., D.A.C.V.P, D.A.B.T., D.A.C.L.A.M., is coordinated in part by the histology staff. Pathology Services provides full necropsy, hematology and serum chemistry services, as well as histopathological services. Specialized pathology equipment includes a recently acquired VetScan2 clinical chemistry analyzer for blood chemistry and electrolyte analysis, and a HemaVet 950S for complete blood counts (CBCs). Imaging Services provides scientists with experimental imaging support. Specialized imaging equipment includes an IVIS Spectrum in vivo imaging system, purchased through a CPRIT Shared Instrumentation Award, which provides non-invasive longitudinal monitoring of disease progression, cell trafficking and gene expression patterns in living animals, using fluorescent and/or bioluminescent markers; an Aperio ScanScope CS slide scanner (Leica) with 20X and 40X magnification capability that produces digital, high-resolution, virtual slides that can be viewed and analyzed using specific software; a Faxitron MX-20 Digital X-Ray System (self-contained unit for high resolution digital radiography), a Vevo 770 (high frequency ultrasound machine), and an ArcturusXT laser capture microdissection (LCM) microscope.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Research Histology, Pathology and Imaging Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, , Texas , 78957 United StatesThe Histology Core and Mutant Mouse Pathology Service (MMPS) have combined to form the CCSG-funded Science Park Research Histology, Pathology and Imaging Core (RHPI). The RHPI, directed by Manu M. Sebastian, D.V.M, Ph.D., D.A.C.V.P, D.A.B.T., D.A.C.L.A.M, comprises three units: 1) RHPI - Histology Laboratory, 2) RHPI - Pathology Services, and 3) RHPI - Imaging Services. These three units work together to specialize in consultations for designing integrated histology, pathology and imaging protocols for animal studies. The Histology Laboratory provides researchers with routine and specialized histology and immunohistochemistry services, technical assistance, and training and consultations in histological techniques. The Histology Laboratory has developed over 500 customized immunohistochemistry (IHC) protocols for researchers, and in the last two years alone has served 26 researchers from 10 different departments from three MD Anderson campuses as well as investigators from four separate UT System institutions. In addition, this outstanding core serves clients from Texas A&M HSC, Baylor, Rice, and five institutions outside of Texas. Pathology Services, overseen by our skilled veterinary pathologist and RHPI director, Manu M. Sebastian, D.V.M, Ph.D., D.A.C.V.P, D.A.B.T., D.A.C.L.A.M., is coordinated in part by the histology staff. Pathology Services provides full necropsy, hematology and serum chemistry services, as well as histopathological services. Specialized pathology equipment includes a recently acquired VetScan2 clinical chemistry analyzer for blood chemistry and electrolyte analysis, and a HemaVet 950S for complete blood counts (CBCs). Imaging Services provides scientists with experimental imaging support. Specialized imaging equipment includes an IVIS Spectrum in vivo imaging system, purchased through a CPRIT Shared Instrumentation Award, which provides non-invasive longitudinal monitoring of disease progression, cell trafficking and gene expression patterns in living animals, using fluorescent and/or bioluminescent markers; an Aperio ScanScope CS slide scanner (Leica) with 20X and 40X magnification capability that produces digital, high-resolution, virtual slides that can be viewed and analyzed using specific software; a Faxitron MX-20 Digital X-Ray System (self-contained unit for high resolution digital radiography), a Vevo 770 (high frequency ultrasound machine), and an ArcturusXT laser capture microdissection (LCM) microscope.

University of Texas Houston Health Science Center - IMM Transgenic and Stem Cell Core

1825 Pressler Street Houston, TX, 77030 United States

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Monoclonal Antibody Core

South Campus Research Building I (SCRB I) 7455 Fannin Street, Unit 902 Houston, TX 77054The Monoclonal Antibody Facility (MABF) provides custom monoclonal antibody production and purification to researchers at MD Anderson and beyond. The main focus of the facility is to produce high-affinity antibodies in a high-throughput and effective manner, while concentrating on quality of product and service, as well as saving time and money for potential users.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Monoclonal Antibody Core

South Campus Research Building I (SCRB I) 7455 Fannin Street, Unit 902 Houston, , TX , 77054 United StatesThe Monoclonal Antibody Facility (MABF) provides custom monoclonal antibody production and purification to researchers at MD Anderson and beyond. The main focus of the facility is to produce high-affinity antibodies in a high-throughput and effective manner, while concentrating on quality of product and service, as well as saving time and money for potential users.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center High Resolution Electron Microscopy Core

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Unit 173, Houston, TX, 77030The High Resolution Electron Microscopy Facility (HREMF) provides a resource to the scientific community at MD Anderson for high resolution imaging of cells, tissues, organs or polymers containing cancer agents. The facility is located at the Smith Research Building (South Campus) and houses a JEOL JEM-1010 transmission electron microscope (TEM), a JEOL JSM-5900 scanning electron microscope (SEM) equipped with a backscattered electron detector, a Bal-Tec Technotrade coating system, a Leica Ultramicrotome, Leica Ultrostainer and other ancillary accessories needed to prepare samples for SEM and TEM. A technologist with histological training is available to assist researchers in defining their specific needs related to SEM and TEM. Both electron microscopes are equipped with digital cameras. The facility operates on a charge-back basis only for processing of samples and the number of microscope hours used to examine samples with technical assistance.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center High Resolution Electron Microscopy Core

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Unit 173, Houston, , TX,, 77030 United StatesThe High Resolution Electron Microscopy Facility (HREMF) provides a resource to the scientific community at MD Anderson for high resolution imaging of cells, tissues, organs or polymers containing cancer agents. The facility is located at the Smith Research Building (South Campus) and houses a JEOL JEM-1010 transmission electron microscope (TEM), a JEOL JSM-5900 scanning electron microscope (SEM) equipped with a backscattered electron detector, a Bal-Tec Technotrade coating system, a Leica Ultramicrotome, Leica Ultrostainer and other ancillary accessories needed to prepare samples for SEM and TEM. A technologist with histological training is available to assist researchers in defining their specific needs related to SEM and TEM. Both electron microscopes are equipped with digital cameras. The facility operates on a charge-back basis only for processing of samples and the number of microscope hours used to examine samples with technical assistance.

UTEX The Culture Collection of Algae

Austin, TX United StatesThe Culture Collection of Algae at the University of Texas at Austin (UTEX) maintains diverse stock of living algae.

University of Texas Health Science Center - CAUMA

Department of Biochemistry Room 421D, MC7760 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, Texas 78229-3901

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Pharmaceutical Science Facility

Houston, TX 77030 USAThe Pharmaceutical Science Facility provides MD Anderson investigators and Texas Medical Center researchers access to state-of-the-art bioanalytical support to advance their clinical and preclinical projects. We focus on quantification of small molecules in biologic and non-biologic matrices (i.e., plasma, serum, whole blood, tissues, cell culture media, buffer solutions, aqueous and organic solutions or extracts). For analysis of proteins and very large molecules, please refer to the Proteomics Core Facility.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Pharmaceutical Science Facility

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe Pharmaceutical Science Facility provides MD Anderson investigators and Texas Medical Center researchers access to state-of-the-art bioanalytical support to advance their clinical and preclinical projects. We focus on quantification of small molecules in biologic and non-biologic matrices (i.e., plasma, serum, whole blood, tissues, cell culture media, buffer solutions, aqueous and organic solutions or extracts). For analysis of proteins and very large molecules, please refer to the Proteomics Core Facility.

University of Texas Houston Health Science Center - Proteomics Core

1825 Pressler Street Houston, TX, 77030 United States

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Research Animal Support Facility - Smithville (RASF-S)

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville,Texas 78957 Investigators in the Department of Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis make extensive use of mouse models to study the development and prevention of carcinogenesis. Animal models are used to examine host and environmental risk factors and to identify biomarkers for diagnosis, prognosis and assessment of therapeutic responses. Models in use or development include those for cancers of the prostate, mammary gland, liver, head and neck, skin and lymphoid system. The Research Animal Support Facility-Smithville provides animal husbandry services, veterinary care and consultation, surgical and technical support, health and genetic quality assurance, consultation and an assortment of technical services to support departmental and institutional research. Well over 300 genetically unique mouse lines are bred and used in this facility and are shared with colleagues around the world. Regulatory compliance and training and education in animal care and use are additional functions of the facility, as are provision of animal health quality assurance testing and breeding colony management.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Research Animal Support Facility - Smithville (RASF-S)

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville,, Texas , 78957 United States Investigators in the Department of Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis make extensive use of mouse models to study the development and prevention of carcinogenesis. Animal models are used to examine host and environmental risk factors and to identify biomarkers for diagnosis, prognosis and assessment of therapeutic responses. Models in use or development include those for cancers of the prostate, mammary gland, liver, head and neck, skin and lymphoid system. The Research Animal Support Facility-Smithville provides animal husbandry services, veterinary care and consultation, surgical and technical support, health and genetic quality assurance, consultation and an assortment of technical services to support departmental and institutional research. Well over 300 genetically unique mouse lines are bred and used in this facility and are shared with colleagues around the world. Regulatory compliance and training and education in animal care and use are additional functions of the facility, as are provision of animal health quality assurance testing and breeding colony management.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Patient-Reported Outcomes, Survey and Population Research (PROSPR) Shared Resource

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Unit 1330, Houston, TX, 77030.The Patient-Reported Outcomes, Survey & Population Research (PROSPR) Shared Resource provides researchers with access to state-of-the-art patient-reported outcome (PRO), quality of life, psychological and behavioral questionnaires and assessment methods. Our services include assisting investigators in identifying existing measures, developing new measures and designing data collection strategies and conducting psychometric analysis. The PROSPR Shared Resource will also develop databases for the questionnaire data entry, participant tracking databases and computer- and web-based assessments. We also provide fitness and body composition assessments including VO2 max testing, accelerometers to measure activity, including the ability to lease accelerometers for a study, anthropometric measurements, physical functioning tests, strength assessments using the Biodex system, DXA scans, and venous blood draws. The PROSPR Shared Resource maintains a library of existing questionnaires, along with information pertaining to their reliability, validity and scoring. The PROSPR Shared Resource also provides assessment services related to energy balance research, focusing on both body composition and assessment of physical fitness and exercise behavior.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Patient-Reported Outcomes, Survey and Population Research (PROSPR) Shared Resource

1515 Holcombe Blvd., Unit 1330, Houston, , TX, , 77030 United StatesThe Patient-Reported Outcomes, Survey & Population Research (PROSPR) Shared Resource provides researchers with access to state-of-the-art patient-reported outcome (PRO), quality of life, psychological and behavioral questionnaires and assessment methods. Our services include assisting investigators in identifying existing measures, developing new measures and designing data collection strategies and conducting psychometric analysis. The PROSPR Shared Resource will also develop databases for the questionnaire data entry, participant tracking databases and computer- and web-based assessments. We also provide fitness and body composition assessments including VO2 max testing, accelerometers to measure activity, including the ability to lease accelerometers for a study, anthropometric measurements, physical functioning tests, strength assessments using the Biodex system, DXA scans, and venous blood draws. The PROSPR Shared Resource maintains a library of existing questionnaires, along with information pertaining to their reliability, validity and scoring. The PROSPR Shared Resource also provides assessment services related to energy balance research, focusing on both body composition and assessment of physical fitness and exercise behavior.

Univ. of North Texas Health Science Center - Flow Cytometry and Laser Capture Microdisection Core

3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, TX, 76107 United StatesUniversity of North Texas Health Science Center offers in vitro studies, microbiology, in vivo efficacy models, pharmacokinetics, and toxicology services.

UTHSCSA Histology & Immunohistochemistry Laboratory

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 78229-7750 USAUTHSCSA Histology & Immunohistochemistry Laboratory specializes in tissue staining and analysis services including Routine Paraffin Processing, Special Stains, Muscle Enzyme Histochem, Immunofluorescence, Immunohistochemistry, and In-situ Hybridization.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Pathologic Diagnosis & Laboratory Testing

Department of Hematopathology, Unit 072 Attn: Outside Services, room R4.2317A 1515 Holcombe Blvd. Houston, Texas 77030-4009Diagnostic Testing For diagnostic consultations only, please complete the Hematopathology Consultation Request Form (pdf). Both glass slides and a representative paraffin block are encouraged. (Consultation requests consisting of slides and blocks only should be sent to R4.2317A.) Laboratory Testing For laboratory testing of samples, please complete Hematopathology Outside Services Test Requisition (pdf). Send the Outside Services Test Requisition along with the samples to the appropriate lab; the address is indicated on the instruction form attached to the requisition.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Pathologic Diagnosis & Laboratory Testing

Department of Hematopathology, Unit 072 Attn: Outside Services, room R4.2317A 1515 Holcombe Blvd. Houston, , Texas , 77030-4009 United StatesDiagnostic Testing For diagnostic consultations only, please complete the Hematopathology Consultation Request Form (pdf). Both glass slides and a representative paraffin block are encouraged. (Consultation requests consisting of slides and blocks only should be sent to R4.2317A.) Laboratory Testing For laboratory testing of samples, please complete Hematopathology Outside Services Test Requisition (pdf). Send the Outside Services Test Requisition along with the samples to the appropriate lab; the address is indicated on the instruction form attached to the requisition.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center DNA Methylation Analysis Core

Houston, TX USAThe DNA Methylation Analysis Facility is funded by the Center for Cancer Epigenetics and provides services related to the analysis of DNA methylation for researchers across all MD Anderson campuses and in the Texas Medical Center. Services include: consultation with investigators to chose the best method of analysis; sample preparation, assay design and processing of the most used methods to study DNA methylation, both gene-specific and genome-wide (PyroMeth, RRBS and Methyl-Seq); developing and maintaining a library of commonly used assays to measure global DNA methylation (LINE, Alu) and common gene-specific tests (p16, e-cadherin, MLH1, p15 and others). The core is located at the Clinical Research Building of the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. We are fully equipped for molecular biology research and have a Qiagen Pyrosequencing machine.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center DNA Methylation Analysis Core

Clinical Research Building Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe DNA Methylation Analysis Facility is funded by the Center for Cancer Epigenetics and provides services related to the analysis of DNA methylation for researchers across all MD Anderson campuses and in the Texas Medical Center. Services include: consultation with investigators to chose the best method of analysis; sample preparation, assay design and processing of the most used methods to study DNA methylation, both gene-specific and genome-wide (PyroMeth, RRBS and Methyl-Seq); developing and maintaining a library of commonly used assays to measure global DNA methylation (LINE, Alu) and common gene-specific tests (p16, e-cadherin, MLH1, p15 and others). The core is located at the Clinical Research Building of the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. We are fully equipped for molecular biology research and have a Qiagen Pyrosequencing machine.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center - Center for Stem Cell and Developmental Biology

Translational Molecular Pathology LSP9.4127 2130 W Holcombe Blvd HT 77030

UTHSCSA Genomics Resource Core

7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229-3900 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Genomics Resource Core providers genomic services including gene expression analysis, next generation sequencing, and genotyping.

UTHSCSA Genomics Resource Core

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Genomics Resource Core providers genomic services including gene expression analysis, next generation sequencing, and genotyping.

University Health Network Microarray Centre

101 College Street, Rm 9-301University Health Network Microarray Centre provides gene expression, RNA amplification, custom clone production, and array services

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Cytogenetics Core

Houston TX 77030 USAThe T. C. Hsu Molecular Cytogenetics Facility (MCF) is funded by the Center for Genetics and Genomics (CGG). Guillermina Lozano, Ph.D. is the Director and Asha S. Multani, Ph.D. is the Co-Director of the facility. The MCF is administered through theDepartment of Genetics. This facility offers Conventional as well as Molecular Cytogenetic services including cell line authentication, species identification, karyotyping, analysis of genomic instability, fluorescence in situ hybridization and Spectral Karyotyping. One of the key expertise of our facility is to validate the origin of cell lines. Approximately 20-30% of all cell lines used in biomedical research are contaminated. Many top tier journals have begun to request proof of cell line authentication from investigators. Unlike other methods, chromosomal analysis is able to unambiguously identify cells from all common mammalian species and can also differentiate between cells from the same species. This analysis can therefore identify intra-species and inter-species cell line contaminations.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Cytogenetics Core

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe T. C. Hsu Molecular Cytogenetics Facility (MCF) is funded by the Center for Genetics and Genomics (CGG). Guillermina Lozano, Ph.D. is the Director and Asha S. Multani, Ph.D. is the Co-Director of the facility. The MCF is administered through theDepartment of Genetics. This facility offers Conventional as well as Molecular Cytogenetic services including cell line authentication, species identification, karyotyping, analysis of genomic instability, fluorescence in situ hybridization and Spectral Karyotyping. One of the key expertise of our facility is to validate the origin of cell lines. Approximately 20-30% of all cell lines used in biomedical research are contaminated. Many top tier journals have begun to request proof of cell line authentication from investigators. Unlike other methods, chromosomal analysis is able to unambiguously identify cells from all common mammalian species and can also differentiate between cells from the same species. This analysis can therefore identify intra-species and inter-species cell line contaminations.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Gynecologic Cancer Tissue Bank

1515 Holcombe Boulevard Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe purpose of the Gynecologic Cancer Translational Research Tissue Bank is to provide investigators with primary human tissue for research projects relating to gynecologic cancer. Priority for samples is given to the MD Anderson scientific community.

US Oncology

10101 Woodloch ForestUS Oncology, acquired by McKesson, focuses on clinical research in the field of oncology.

US Oncology

The Woodlands, TX United StatesUS Oncology, acquired by McKesson, focuses on clinical research in the field of oncology.

University of North Texas - Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

3500 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX, 76107 United StatesNamed as one of the nation’s top 50 medical schools for primary care by U.S. News & World Report, TCOM is a leader in training physicians skilled in comprehensive primary care and rural medicine. Approximately 65 percent of TCOM’s graduates practice primary care medicine, helping reduce the shortage of physicians in our Texas communities. Many others successfully practice in specialty careers ranging from aerospace medicine to cardiovascular surgery. From the first semester, students in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program are placed in one of our primary care clinics to directly experience community health care and related issues. Students will continue the clinical phase of their medical education with core rotations in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine and Geriatrics. TCOM excels through its innovative medical school curriculum, cutting-edge research, quality patient care, and outstanding student performance in both the classroom and in the clinics. Whether they are the only doctor serving a rural community or a specialist at a major medical center, TCOM graduates distinguish themselves as clinical leaders, teachers and scholars.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Bionutrition Research Core

1155 Pressler St. Houston, TX 77030-3721 The Bionutrition Research Core was established in 2015 as a strategic initiative of the Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment, which is housed in the Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences. The mission of the Bionutrition Research Core is to assist investigators who examine the role of diet in cancer prevention and progression to conduct state-of-the-art nutritional science research by establishing best dietary practices and by providing the resources necessary to plan and conduct human feeding studies. With guidance from MD Anderson’s Clinical Nutrition department and our multi-disciplinary steering committee, we provide services to examine both the direct and indirect links between diet and cancer risk and disease along the cancer continuum in clinical, community and survivorship populations.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Bionutrition Research Core

1155 Pressler St. Houston, , TX , 77030-3721 United States The Bionutrition Research Core was established in 2015 as a strategic initiative of the Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment, which is housed in the Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences. The mission of the Bionutrition Research Core is to assist investigators who examine the role of diet in cancer prevention and progression to conduct state-of-the-art nutritional science research by establishing best dietary practices and by providing the resources necessary to plan and conduct human feeding studies. With guidance from MD Anderson’s Clinical Nutrition department and our multi-disciplinary steering committee, we provide services to examine both the direct and indirect links between diet and cancer risk and disease along the cancer continuum in clinical, community and survivorship populations.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Core

1901 East Road, Houston, TX, 77054, Room 4SCR1.1335.The NMR facility houses two state-of-the-art spectrometers for use in the determination of the structure of small molecules and biological macromolecules, reaction kinetics, macromolecule dynamics, metabolism, etc. Samples are analyzed either by individual users or by Kumaralal K. Kaluarachchi, Ph.D., the facility manager.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Core

1901 East Road, Room 4SCR1.1335. Houston, , TX, , 77054 United StatesThe NMR facility houses two state-of-the-art spectrometers for use in the determination of the structure of small molecules and biological macromolecules, reaction kinetics, macromolecule dynamics, metabolism, etc. Samples are analyzed either by individual users or by Kumaralal K. Kaluarachchi, Ph.D., the facility manager.

Univ. of Alberta Cross Cancer Institute

11560 University AvenueUniversity of Alberta Cross Cancer Institute focuses on oncological research.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF)

Department of Imaging Physics 1515 Holcombe Boulevard -- Unit 56 Houston, Texas 77030-4009The Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF) is a core MD Anderson research resource. It was established in 2001, became part of and is partially funded by the Cancer Center Support Grant (CA16672, PI – DePinho). The SAIF team provides comprehensive imaging support services for MD Anderson cancer investigators, including: Assistance in experimental design Developing specialty equipment and innovative procedures for imaging Preparing animals for studies, inducing and maintaining appropriate anesthesia and immobilization of animals during imaging Processing and interpreting data for publication or grant preparation

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF)

Department of Imaging Physics 1515 Holcombe Boulevard -- Unit 56 Houston, , Texas , 77030-4009 United StatesThe Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF) is a core MD Anderson research resource. It was established in 2001, became part of and is partially funded by the Cancer Center Support Grant (CA16672, PI – DePinho). The SAIF team provides comprehensive imaging support services for MD Anderson cancer investigators, including: Assistance in experimental design Developing specialty equipment and innovative procedures for imaging Preparing animals for studies, inducing and maintaining appropriate anesthesia and immobilization of animals during imaging Processing and interpreting data for publication or grant preparation

University of Louisville Hospital Department of Radiology

530 South Jackson Street, Suite C07University of Louisville Hospital Department of Radiology offers in vivo imaging services.

UTHSCSA Center for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy

7703 Floyd Curl Drive MSC 7760 (RAB 5.210) San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesThe Center for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy offers state-of-the-art high field NMR instrumentation for structural studies of biological macromolecules. The instrumentation presently available includes four-channel Bruker Avance 500, 600, and 700 MHz NMR spectrometers.

UTHSCSA Center for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy

7703 Floyd Curl Drive MSC 7760 (RAB 5.210) San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesThe Center for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy offers state-of-the-art high field NMR instrumentation for structural studies of biological macromolecules. The instrumentation presently available includes four-channel Bruker Avance 500, 600, and 700 MHz NMR spectrometers.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Radiation Dosimetry Services

8060 El Rio St., ERD 1.200 Houston, TX 77054-4186Mailed Thermoluminescent Dosimeters (TLD) for Quality Assurance Radiation Therapy Machine Output Checks The MD Anderson Radiation Dosimetry Services (RDS) provides independent peer reviews of beam output for radiation dose delivery systems. Specifically, we provide output checks for external beam radiation therapy machines including: megavoltage photon (2 - 25 MV) electron (4 - 20 MeV) orthovoltage (1.9 mm Al - 3 mm Cu HVL) Cobalt-60 Absorbed Dose in Blood Irradiators Thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLD) are available by mail to check the absorbed dose to the blood in irradiators used by blood banks. Packets of dosimeters are supplied; these can be placed at various locations to monitor the range of dose throughout the canister for a typical irradiation. These measurements are an independent check of the calibration of the blood irradiator as provided by the manufacturer. Radiation Dosimetry Services also offers checks of: total body dosimetry total skin dosimetry

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Radiation Dosimetry Services

8060 El Rio St., ERD 1.200 Houston, , TX , 77054-4186 United StatesMailed Thermoluminescent Dosimeters (TLD) for Quality Assurance Radiation Therapy Machine Output Checks The MD Anderson Radiation Dosimetry Services (RDS) provides independent peer reviews of beam output for radiation dose delivery systems. Specifically, we provide output checks for external beam radiation therapy machines including: megavoltage photon (2 - 25 MV) electron (4 - 20 MeV) orthovoltage (1.9 mm Al - 3 mm Cu HVL) Cobalt-60 Absorbed Dose in Blood Irradiators Thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLD) are available by mail to check the absorbed dose to the blood in irradiators used by blood banks. Packets of dosimeters are supplied; these can be placed at various locations to monitor the range of dose throughout the canister for a typical irradiation. These measurements are an independent check of the calibration of the blood irradiator as provided by the manufacturer. Radiation Dosimetry Services also offers checks of: total body dosimetry total skin dosimetry

UT SouthwesternMedical Center - Center for Alzheimer's and Neurodegenerative Disease's

5323 Harry Hines Boulevard Dallas, TX, 75390 United States

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Sequencing and Non-Coding RNA Program

Department of Experimental Therapeutics -- Unit 1950 The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center P.O. Box 301429 Houston, TX 77230-1429The Sequencing and Non-coding RNA Program, a service of the Center for Targeted Therapy, offers MD Anderson investigators cutting-edge, emerging technology and expertise in functional genomics for the discovery of new non-coding RNAs (ncRNA) and expression profiling for known ncRNAs to further their cancer research. Primary Services SOLiD™ System/Ion Proton A “next generation” genome sequencing technology platform that provides broad applications for various forms of genome sequencing; gene expression, epigenetic and transcriptome profiling; and small RNA discovery. Applications include: whole genome sequencing; targeted genome re-sequencing; whole transcriptome, small RNA and mRNA expression sequencing and profiling; de novo sequencing; ChIP-sequencing; and epigenetic methylation sequencing and profiling. No other institution, at this time, is utilizing this technology as a service for its scientists. ncRNA/miRNA Expression Array Profiling Conducted on in-house microarray platforms and has the capacity to profile up to approximately 48 samples per week. The program’s director, Chang-gong Liu, Ph.D., developed the first-ever ncRNA/miRNA microarray platform. Full-service support for all Affymetrix GeneChip® microarray technology including genome-wide mRNA expression profiling, SNP genotyping and ChIP-on-Chip, to name but a few. Turnaround time is approximately three-to-five days. Support gene expression quantitation and the detection of SNPs utilizing the Applied Biosystems Fast Real-Time PCR System with a turnaround time of approximately two-to-three hours. Within one hour, the program can provide quantification and analysis of DNA, RNA, proteins and cells with the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer and the Thermo Scientific NanoDrop™ 1000 Spectrophotometer.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Sequencing and Non-Coding RNA Program

Department of Experimental Therapeutics -- Unit 1950 Houston, , TX , 77230-1429 United StatesThe Sequencing and Non-coding RNA Program, a service of the Center for Targeted Therapy, offers MD Anderson investigators cutting-edge, emerging technology and expertise in functional genomics for the discovery of new non-coding RNAs (ncRNA) and expression profiling for known ncRNAs to further their cancer research. Primary Services SOLiD™ System/Ion Proton A “next generation” genome sequencing technology platform that provides broad applications for various forms of genome sequencing; gene expression, epigenetic and transcriptome profiling; and small RNA discovery. Applications include: whole genome sequencing; targeted genome re-sequencing; whole transcriptome, small RNA and mRNA expression sequencing and profiling; de novo sequencing; ChIP-sequencing; and epigenetic methylation sequencing and profiling. No other institution, at this time, is utilizing this technology as a service for its scientists. ncRNA/miRNA Expression Array Profiling Conducted on in-house microarray platforms and has the capacity to profile up to approximately 48 samples per week. The program’s director, Chang-gong Liu, Ph.D., developed the first-ever ncRNA/miRNA microarray platform. Full-service support for all Affymetrix GeneChip® microarray technology including genome-wide mRNA expression profiling, SNP genotyping and ChIP-on-Chip, to name but a few. Turnaround time is approximately three-to-five days. Support gene expression quantitation and the detection of SNPs utilizing the Applied Biosystems Fast Real-Time PCR System with a turnaround time of approximately two-to-three hours. Within one hour, the program can provide quantification and analysis of DNA, RNA, proteins and cells with the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer and the Thermo Scientific NanoDrop™ 1000 Spectrophotometer.

U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service LTC DEHMWDH

1219 Knight Street, San Antonio, TX 78236, USThe Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service (DoDMWDVS) is a subordinate unit of the Army Public Health Center that is responsible for comprehensive veterinary care for all military working dogs (MWD) at the DOD Dog Center at Lackland Air Force Base external link (AFB), Texas, as well as providing referral services to working dogs world-wide. Additionally, the DODMWDVS provides care for Transportation Security Administration (TSA) dogs undergoing training as part of the National Explosives Detection Canine Team Program, external link also located at Lackland. The DoDMWDVS cares for the approximately 900 dogs/puppies that are at Lackland AFB, Lackland’s Medina Training Annex (MTA), or in local area foster homes. Much of this care involves routine semiannual examinations, “sick call” examinations when dogs are noted to appear ill or injured, vaccinations, dental cleanings, etc. However, the hospital additionally performs diagnostic procedures and treatments generally only seen at private veterinary specialty practices and veterinary colleges. The main hospital serves as the referral center for working dogs world-wide if the appropriate care cannot be provided by local veterinary treatment facilities. The service is located in two facilities, a state-of-the-art hospital on the southwest portion of the main base, and a small clinic at the MTA. The main facility, the Holland Military Working Dog Hospital, was opened in 2008 and is approximately 38,000 square feet in size, of which about 30,000 sq ft is devoted to areas that directly care for the dogs. The remaining area houses office, mechanical and storage space.Puppies There are approximately 55 people who are part of the DoDMWDVS including 14 veterinarians, 23 technicians, six non-medical support personnel as well as contract dog handlers and janitorial staff. It takes the efforts of all these people to bring the absolute best care to our four-footed veterans.

U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service LTC DEHMWDH

1219 Knight St. Bldg. 7602 Lackland AFB, TX , 78236 United StatesThe Department of Defense Military Working Dog Veterinary Service (DoDMWDVS) is a subordinate unit of the Army Public Health Center that is responsible for comprehensive veterinary care for all military working dogs (MWD) at the DOD Dog Center at Lackland Air Force Base external link (AFB), Texas, as well as providing referral services to working dogs world-wide. Additionally, the DODMWDVS provides care for Transportation Security Administration (TSA) dogs undergoing training as part of the National Explosives Detection Canine Team Program, external link also located at Lackland. The DoDMWDVS cares for the approximately 900 dogs/puppies that are at Lackland AFB, Lackland’s Medina Training Annex (MTA), or in local area foster homes. Much of this care involves routine semiannual examinations, “sick call” examinations when dogs are noted to appear ill or injured, vaccinations, dental cleanings, etc. However, the hospital additionally performs diagnostic procedures and treatments generally only seen at private veterinary specialty practices and veterinary colleges. The main hospital serves as the referral center for working dogs world-wide if the appropriate care cannot be provided by local veterinary treatment facilities. The service is located in two facilities, a state-of-the-art hospital on the southwest portion of the main base, and a small clinic at the MTA. The main facility, the Holland Military Working Dog Hospital, was opened in 2008 and is approximately 38,000 square feet in size, of which about 30,000 sq ft is devoted to areas that directly care for the dogs. The remaining area houses office, mechanical and storage space.Puppies There are approximately 55 people who are part of the DoDMWDVS including 14 veterinarians, 23 technicians, six non-medical support personnel as well as contract dog handlers and janitorial staff. It takes the efforts of all these people to bring the absolute best care to our four-footed veterans.

UTHSCSA South Texas Reference Laboratories

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) South Texas Reference Laboratories provides a wide range of support services for faculty and staff of the Health Science Center as well as services to outside entities on a fee-for-service basis. We offer both technical services and diagnostic interpretation as requested by the client.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center siRNA Screening Facility

Houston TX 77030 USAAll investigators interested in performing a High Throughput or a High content siRNA screen will be invited to a preliminary meeting with the staff of the screening service. During this meeting all essential details regarding the screen will be discussed including cell lines, assay design, standard operating procedure of a screen, time line, cost and cell culture models. We currently have the capability of performing high throughput screens in utilizing both 2D monolayer cell culture models and 3D spheroid cell culture models.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center siRNA Screening Facility

Houston , TX, 77030 United StatesAll investigators interested in performing a High Throughput or a High content siRNA screen will be invited to a preliminary meeting with the staff of the screening service. During this meeting all essential details regarding the screen will be discussed including cell lines, assay design, standard operating procedure of a screen, time line, cost and cell culture models. We currently have the capability of performing high throughput screens in utilizing both 2D monolayer cell culture models and 3D spheroid cell culture models.

UTHSCSA Small Animal Imaging Facility

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Small Animal Imaging Facility offers anatomic and molecular multi-modality imaging to study cell migration and intracellular signaling in live animals, tissue samples, and cell cultures.

UTHSCSA Flow Cytometry Core Facility

7703 Floyd Curl Drive Room 5.044v San Antonio, TX 78229-3900 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Flow Cytometry Core Facility offers FACS services with instruments including Aria, LSR-II, and Calibur.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Sequencing and Microarray Facility

Houston TX 77030 USAThe CCSG-supported Genomics Facility (GF) and the DNA Analysis Facility (DAF) have consolidated their activities to form a comprehensive institutional genomics shared resource: the Sequencing and Microarray Facility (SMF). The consolidated facility has combined the expertise of two existing facilities to provide investigators with sequencing, microarray and other SMF services. Sequencing services include: Next generation sequencing Sanger DNA sequencing Gene resequencing Microarray Services Target preparation, hybridization and imaging on the following platforms: Affymetrix Illumina Other SMF Services Sample quality check (DNA and RNA) Fluorescent fragment analysis Taqman-based gene expression analysis Project Consultation In addition to the standard services, the SMF provides custom services tailored to the individual needs of the investigator. Custom services include: Project design and technology consultations, Assay design and optimization and Assistance with result interpretation.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Sequencing and Microarray Facility

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe CCSG-supported Genomics Facility (GF) and the DNA Analysis Facility (DAF) have consolidated their activities to form a comprehensive institutional genomics shared resource: the Sequencing and Microarray Facility (SMF). The consolidated facility has combined the expertise of two existing facilities to provide investigators with sequencing, microarray and other SMF services. Sequencing services include: Next generation sequencing Sanger DNA sequencing Gene resequencing Microarray Services Target preparation, hybridization and imaging on the following platforms: Affymetrix Illumina Other SMF Services Sample quality check (DNA and RNA) Fluorescent fragment analysis Taqman-based gene expression analysis Project Consultation In addition to the standard services, the SMF provides custom services tailored to the individual needs of the investigator. Custom services include: Project design and technology consultations, Assay design and optimization and Assistance with result interpretation.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Biospecimen Extraction Facility

1515 Holcombe Boulevard Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe Biospecimen Extraction Resource (BER) provides a centralized laboratory for standardized, high-quality DNA, RNA and protein extraction from blood, tissues, saliva, cells, or other patient-derived biospecimens. Additional services include DNA gel electrophoresis, Picogreen DNA quantitation, real-time PCR DNA quantitation, and whole blood processing for lymphocytes and plasma. Our facility is utilized by both lab-based investigators who want fast turn-around time for standardized and high-quality extractions or whole blood processing and non-lab-based investigators (majority are clinicians) who are in great need of the service of sample processing. High quality of DNA/RNA products is the foundation of successful cancer research such as analysis of genetic alterations, gene expression profiling and next generation sequencing. We work very closely with the Sequencing and Microarray Facility (SMF) and the DNA/RNA samples extracted from us can be submitted directly from our core to SMF across the hallway.

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Nucleic Acids Core

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Department of Microbiology & Immunology Mail code 7758 7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229As you begin the process of selecting an outstanding academic program for graduate school, I appreciate the opportunity to describe the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Univ. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

5323 Harry Hines BoulevardUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center focuses on research in structural biology, biochemistry, cell biology, and pharmacology with facilities in flow cytometry, live cell imaging, mouse breeding, transgenics, and DNA sequencing.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Science Park Next Generation Sequencing Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, Texas 78957The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Science Park Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Facility was established in 2012, supported by a $6M Core Facility Support Award from CPRIT. The goal of the facility is to establish a regional NGS resource in central Texas in order to support innovative and high-impact cancer research that requires extensive NGS DNA- or RNA-sequencing capabilities. The Science Park NGS facility is built around a user group of 30 cancer researchers at MD Anderson Science Park, UT Austin, and Texas State University-San Marcos. Other qualified researchers in Central Texas can use the services of the NGS Facility, subject to availability of time on the sequencer. Over the course of the first year, we have established several sequencing protocols and their associated bioinformatics pipelines, and we continue to add new capabilities based on the research needs of our user group.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Bone Histomorphometry Core

Houston, TX USAThe Bone Histomorphometry Core Laboratory provides histomorphometric analyses of non-decalcified bone specimens, including processing mouse bone specimens for non-decalcified histology and performing static and dynamic histomorphometric analyses of mouse bone specimens. The service is performed on a subsidized fee-for-service basis. The function of the Bone Histomorphometry core is to perform histomorphometric analyses of non-decalcified bone specimens. Processing mouse bone specimen for non-decalcified histology. Fixed and partially dehydrated mouse skeleton is provided by project investigators to the Core. These samples are embedded in plastic medium, sectioned and stained. Contact Michael Starbuck, mwstarbu@mdanderson.org, for more information on the protocol for proper sample preparation. Performing static and dynamic histomorphometric analyses of mouse bone specimen. Using the Osteomeasure analytic system and the Bioquant Osteo II system, static parameters such as bone volume, trabecular number and cell counts as well as dynamic parameters of bone formation such as mineral apposition rates are quantified on non-decalcified bone sections. The core provides investigators with the data and will help them in evaluating their biological relevance. About Bone Histomorphometry Core Laboratory Purpose To provide the faculty affiliated with the Bone Disease Program of Texas with high quality bone histomorphometry processing; analysis of the skeleton of genetically modified mice and tumor-bearing bones, and micro-CT analysis of bone specimens.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Bone Histomorphometry Core

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe Bone Histomorphometry Core Laboratory provides histomorphometric analyses of non-decalcified bone specimens, including processing mouse bone specimens for non-decalcified histology and performing static and dynamic histomorphometric analyses of mouse bone specimens. The service is performed on a subsidized fee-for-service basis. The function of the Bone Histomorphometry core is to perform histomorphometric analyses of non-decalcified bone specimens. Processing mouse bone specimen for non-decalcified histology. Fixed and partially dehydrated mouse skeleton is provided by project investigators to the Core. These samples are embedded in plastic medium, sectioned and stained. Contact Michael Starbuck, mwstarbu@mdanderson.org, for more information on the protocol for proper sample preparation. Performing static and dynamic histomorphometric analyses of mouse bone specimen. Using the Osteomeasure analytic system and the Bioquant Osteo II system, static parameters such as bone volume, trabecular number and cell counts as well as dynamic parameters of bone formation such as mineral apposition rates are quantified on non-decalcified bone sections. The core provides investigators with the data and will help them in evaluating their biological relevance. About Bone Histomorphometry Core Laboratory Purpose To provide the faculty affiliated with the Bone Disease Program of Texas with high quality bone histomorphometry processing; analysis of the skeleton of genetically modified mice and tumor-bearing bones, and micro-CT analysis of bone specimens.

UTHSCSA Computational Biology Initiative

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Computational Biology Initiative offers software for bioinformatics, imaging, chemistry, and engineering.

UTHSCSA Bioinformatics Core Facility (BCF)

7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Bioinformatics Core Facility (BCF) primarily provides computational support for investigators.

UTHSCSA Bioinformatics Core Facility (BCF)

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Bioinformatics Core Facility (BCF) primarily provides computational support for investigators.

University of Texas Austin - Finnell Lab

1400 Barbara Jordan Blvd. Austin, TX 78723 Campus Mail Code: R1800

Univ. of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX, USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) offers its core facilities to support research in various therapeutic areas.

Univ. of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

San Antonio, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) offers its core facilities to support research in various therapeutic areas.

United States Air Force 59th Medical Wing's Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center

2200 Bergquist Dr Ste 1 Lackland A F B, TX 78236MISSION/VISION The 59th Medical Wing, located at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, is the Air Force's premier healthcare, medical education and research, and readiness wing. The wing's vision is "Exemplary Care, Global Response." Its mission is "Developing Warrior Medics Through Patient-Centered Care." OVERVIEW The 59th Medical Wing's Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center is located on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. With 19 primary care clinics and more than 100 specialty services, Wilford Hall is the Defense Department's largest outpatient ambulatory surgery center, delivering health care to the more than 240,000 beneficiaries in the San Antonio metropolitan area. The 59th Medical Wing is dedicated to exemplary patient-centered health care - with a clear focus on patient safety, ready access and customer service. A new state-of-the-art facility will replace Wilford Hall in the near future. Currently under construction, the new military treatment center is scheduled for completion in 2016. The organization provides superior graduate medical education and training, state-of-the-art research, and first-class global medical readiness. It also serves as the Air Force functional medical command for Joint Base San Antonio. Also part of the 59th Medical Wing, the En-Route Patient Staging Facility is the mid-west regional aeromedical evacuation hub for wounded, ill and injured service members from across the world.

UTHSCSA Core for Advanced Translational Technologies

8403 Floyd Curl Drive South Texas Research Facility, Rm 257 San Antonio, Texas, USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Core for Advanced Translational Technologies provides standardized, high-quality services to support translational research, including pre-analytical biospecimen management and processing procedures, as well as analytical technology that deliver a systems-oriented perspective on the composition of a sample.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z3.4023 Houston, Texas 77030The Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory is a CLIA-certified clinical diagnostic facility specializing in oncologic molecular testing. We provide a full roster of testing for leukemia, lymphoma and a variety of other malignancies. Our laboratory can analyze samples from patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center as well as serve as a referral laboratory for other hospitals and clinics.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z3.4023 Houston, , Texas , 77030 United StatesThe Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory is a CLIA-certified clinical diagnostic facility specializing in oncologic molecular testing. We provide a full roster of testing for leukemia, lymphoma and a variety of other malignancies. Our laboratory can analyze samples from patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center as well as serve as a referral laboratory for other hospitals and clinics.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Biology Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, Texas 78957The Molecular Biology Core Facility at Science Park provides investigators access to sophisticated and state-of-the-art molecular techniques, services and instrumentation. Because the Department of Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis is multidisciplinary in nature, the level of support needed by different investigators varies widely. Consequently, the level of access offered by the core varies from consultation and advice on specific aspects of projects, through training on particular techniques and/or instruments available in the core, to complete molecular analyses from sample preparation to final data analysis.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Molecular Biology Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, , Texas , 78957 United StatesThe Molecular Biology Core Facility at Science Park provides investigators access to sophisticated and state-of-the-art molecular techniques, services and instrumentation. Because the Department of Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis is multidisciplinary in nature, the level of support needed by different investigators varies widely. Consequently, the level of access offered by the core varies from consultation and advice on specific aspects of projects, through training on particular techniques and/or instruments available in the core, to complete molecular analyses from sample preparation to final data analysis.

University of Texas Houston Health Science Center - IMM Flow Cytometry Core

1825 Pressler Street Houston, TX, 77030 United States

Univ. of Texas Southwestern Microarray Core

6001 Forest Park RD. RM ND6.504 Dallas, TX 75390-8814 USAUniversity of Texas Southwestern Microarray Core offers gene expression analysis, genotyping, proteomic microarray, microRNA analysis, and next generation sequencing services.

Univ. of Texas Southwestern Microarray Core

6001 Forest Park Road Dallas , TX, 75390-8814 United StatesUniversity of Texas Southwestern Microarray Core offers gene expression analysis, genotyping, proteomic microarray, microRNA analysis, and next generation sequencing services.

University of Nottingham

University ParkUniversity of Nottingham focuses on research for drug discovery with expertise in medicinal chemistry, natural products, and bacterial infection.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Genetically Engineered Mouse Core

Houston, TX USA 77030The purpose of the Genetically Engineered Mouse Facility (GEMF) is to provide technologically advanced and efficient mouse mutation resources to faculty members at the institution. Modifications to the genome utilizing direct DNA injection and ES cell mutagenesis, cryopreservation, in vitro fertilization and rederivation of mouse lines are all technologies supported by the facility. The facility is fully equipped with the latest instrumentation and staffed with highly skilled personnel trained specifically for the production of mutant mice.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Genetically Engineered Mouse Core

Houston, TX, 77030 United StatesThe purpose of the Genetically Engineered Mouse Facility (GEMF) is to provide technologically advanced and efficient mouse mutation resources to faculty members at the institution. Modifications to the genome utilizing direct DNA injection and ES cell mutagenesis, cryopreservation, in vitro fertilization and rederivation of mouse lines are all technologies supported by the facility. The facility is fully equipped with the latest instrumentation and staffed with highly skilled personnel trained specifically for the production of mutant mice.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Transgenic Animal Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, Texas 78957Genetically engineered mouse models are indispensible tools for studying the function of specific genes and their roles in cancer. The Transgenic Animal Core at Science Park assists investigators in the development and use of genetically engineered mouse models. Since 1996, the core has produced over 175 unique mouse models using traditional transgenic methods as well as zinc-finger nucleases and the current state-of-the-art CRISPR/Cas9 system. These methods allow us to generate transgenic models as well as gene-targeted knock-out and knock-in models at low cost. Science Park - Smithville Services Generation of transgenic mouse founders by pronuclear injection Generation of gene-targeted knockout and knock-in mouse lines using zinc finger nucleases or CRISPR/Cas9 technologies Re-derivation of specialized mouse lines via embryo transfer or in vitro fertilization using sperm Cryopreservation of mouse embryos and sperm for archival storage Consultation, technical support and training to investigators wishing to establish genetically modified animals

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Transgenic Animal Core

1808 Park Road 1C, Smithville, , Texas , 78957 United StatesGenetically engineered mouse models are indispensible tools for studying the function of specific genes and their roles in cancer. The Transgenic Animal Core at Science Park assists investigators in the development and use of genetically engineered mouse models. Since 1996, the core has produced over 175 unique mouse models using traditional transgenic methods as well as zinc-finger nucleases and the current state-of-the-art CRISPR/Cas9 system. These methods allow us to generate transgenic models as well as gene-targeted knock-out and knock-in models at low cost. Science Park - Smithville Services Generation of transgenic mouse founders by pronuclear injection Generation of gene-targeted knockout and knock-in mouse lines using zinc finger nucleases or CRISPR/Cas9 technologies Re-derivation of specialized mouse lines via embryo transfer or in vitro fertilization using sperm Cryopreservation of mouse embryos and sperm for archival storage Consultation, technical support and training to investigators wishing to establish genetically modified animals

Univ. of Houston Health and Human Performance

4800 Calhoun RoadUniversity of Houston Health and Human Performance focuses on research.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Flow Cytometry and Cellular Imaging Core

Houston TX 77030 USAThe Flow Cytometry and Cellular Imaging (FCCI) Core Facility was established in 1982 with the goal of providing the large community of investigators at MD Anderson with access to state-of-the-art cell analysis technology. The Core has expanded the number of technologies offered and in use by cancer center members. The FCCI Core includes two separate labs at the north and south campus. Institutional needs for flow cytometry services were carefully evaluated in 2008 and a decision was made to transition the operation of the South Campus Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility to a CCSG core to provide the sufficient capacity to support the institution's investigators. Both the North and South Campus facilities are open to the entire MD Anderson research community.

UTHSCSA Optical Imaging Facility

7703 Floyd Curl Drive San Antonio, TX 78229-3900 USAUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Optical Imaging Facility offers imaging of living cells, tissues, and animals.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Reverse Phase Protein Array (RPPA) Core

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z4.2040 Houston, TX 77030Our Mission The RPPA Core provides investigators with a powerful, high‐throughput, quantitative, cost‐effective technology for functional proteomics studies. Furthermore, we provide centralized, standardized and quality-controlled services to investigators not only throughout MD Anderson, but around the world, as well as to several national consortia, including TCGA, CCLE and ICBP. Our Method RPPA represents an antibody‐based functional proteomic analysis for both tumor tissue and cultured cells. RPPA characterizes the basal protein expression and modification levels, growth factor‐ or ligand‐induced effects, and time‐resolved responses appropriate for systems biology analysis. It provides information to integrate the consequence of genetic aberrations in cancer, to validate therapeutic targets, to demonstrate on‐ and off‐target activity of drugs, and to evaluate drug pharmacodynamics.

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center Reverse Phase Protein Array (RPPA) Core

6565 MD Anderson Blvd. Room Z4.2040 Houston, , TX , 77030 United StatesOur Mission The RPPA Core provides investigators with a powerful, high‐throughput, quantitative, cost‐effective technology for functional proteomics studies. Furthermore, we provide centralized, standardized and quality-controlled services to investigators not only throughout MD Anderson, but around the world, as well as to several national consortia, including TCGA, CCLE and ICBP. Our Method RPPA represents an antibody‐based functional proteomic analysis for both tumor tissue and cultured cells. RPPA characterizes the basal protein expression and modification levels, growth factor‐ or ligand‐induced effects, and time‐resolved responses appropriate for systems biology analysis. It provides information to integrate the consequence of genetic aberrations in cancer, to validate therapeutic targets, to demonstrate on‐ and off‐target activity of drugs, and to evaluate drug pharmacodynamics.

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

1515 Holcombe BlvdUniversity of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center offers epigenetics, genomics, proteomics, sequencing, and image analysis services.

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Houston, TX United StatesUniversity of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center offers epigenetics, genomics, proteomics, sequencing, and image analysis services.

University of Texas Health Science Center CTRC Next-Generation Sequencing & Bioinformatics

7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX 78229

University of Texas Health Science Center CTRC Next-Generation Sequencing & Bioinformatics

7979 Wurzbach Road San Antonio, TX, 78229 United States

University of Texas Houston Health Science Center - Electron Microscopy Laboratory Core

Dept of Neurobiology and Anatomy | The University of Texas Medical School at Houston | 6431 Fannin St - Suite MSB 7.046 | Houston, TX 77030 USA

Vermillion

12117 Bee Caves Rd. Building III, Suite 100 Austin, TX 78738 USAVermillion offers discovery, development and commercialization of novel diagnostics tests.

VRL Laboratories

7540 Louis Pasteur Suite 200 San Antonio, TX, 78229 United StatesVRL Laboratories offers diagnostic assay, viral assay, microbiology, and antibody services.

Vel-Lab Research

8526 Stones ThrowVel-Lab Research offers tissue processing, paraffin embedding and sectioning, cell culture processing, immunohistochemistry, and staining services.

VGXI

2700 Research Forest Drive,VGXI is a contract manufacturing organization that specializes in the production of DNA plasmids under GMP for human clinical trials.

Veteran Affairs North Texas Health Care System

1201 E. 9th St. Bonham, TX 75418VA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS) is a progressive health care provider in the heart of Texas. Poised as VA's second largest health care system, we serve more than 117,000 Veterans and deliver 1.4 million outpatient episodes of care each year to Veterans in 38 Texas counties and two counties in southern Oklahoma. We have about 5,000 employees and 1,700 community volunteers who are driven by the passion to serve our Veterans. VANTHCS provides comprehensive health services through primary, tertiary and long-term care in many areas like medicine, surgery, mental health and rehabilitation. Our 822-bed system has a Spinal Cord Injury Center, Domiciliary Care Program and Community Living Center with a dedicated hospice unit. In 2009, a Fisher House was established on the Dallas VA campus to provide no-cost temporary lodging in a home-like setting for families of Veterans or active duty military personnel undergoing treatment at the facility. Recognizing the importance of educating tomorrow's clinicians, we have an important teaching mission providing education and experience to about 2,600 residents, students and trainees. As a major research center, VANTHCS has more than 90 principal investigators and 400 research staff who work to create advances in our understanding and treatments of diseases and disabilities that affect Veterans and the general population.

Veteran Affairs North Texas Health Care System

4500 S. Lancaster Rd. Dallas, TX 75216VA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS) is a progressive health care provider in the heart of Texas. Poised as VA's second largest health care system, we serve more than 117,000 Veterans and deliver 1.4 million outpatient episodes of care each year to Veterans in 38 Texas counties and two counties in southern Oklahoma. We have about 5,000 employees and 1,700 community volunteers who are driven by the passion to serve our Veterans. VANTHCS provides comprehensive health services through primary, tertiary and long-term care in many areas like medicine, surgery, mental health and rehabilitation. Our 822-bed system has a Spinal Cord Injury Center, Domiciliary Care Program and Community Living Center with a dedicated hospice unit. In 2009, a Fisher House was established on the Dallas VA campus to provide no-cost temporary lodging in a home-like setting for families of Veterans or active duty military personnel undergoing treatment at the facility. Recognizing the importance of educating tomorrow's clinicians, we have an important teaching mission providing education and experience to about 2,600 residents, students and trainees. As a major research center, VANTHCS has more than 90 principal investigators and 400 research staff who work to create advances in our understanding and treatments of diseases and disabilities that affect Veterans and the general population.

Veteran Affairs North Texas Health Care System

4500 S. Lancaster Rd. Dallas, TX, 75216 United StatesVA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS) is a progressive health care provider in the heart of Texas. Poised as VA's second largest health care system, we serve more than 117,000 Veterans and deliver 1.4 million outpatient episodes of care each year to Veterans in 38 Texas counties and two counties in southern Oklahoma. We have about 5,000 employees and 1,700 community volunteers who are driven by the passion to serve our Veterans. VANTHCS provides comprehensive health services through primary, tertiary and long-term care in many areas like medicine, surgery, mental health and rehabilitation. Our 822-bed system has a Spinal Cord Injury Center, Domiciliary Care Program and Community Living Center with a dedicated hospice unit. In 2009, a Fisher House was established on the Dallas VA campus to provide no-cost temporary lodging in a home-like setting for families of Veterans or active duty military personnel undergoing treatment at the facility. Recognizing the importance of educating tomorrow's clinicians, we have an important teaching mission providing education and experience to about 2,600 residents, students and trainees. As a major research center, VANTHCS has more than 90 principal investigators and 400 research staff who work to create advances in our understanding and treatments of diseases and disabilities that affect Veterans and the general population.

Worldwide Clinical Trials

2455 Northeast Interstate 410 Loop Suite 150 San Antonio, TX, 78217 United StatesWorldwide Clinical Trials employs more than 1,600 professionals around the world, with offices in North and South America, Eastern and Western Europe, Russia and Asia. Founded by physicians committed to advancing medical science, Worldwide is out to change how the world experiences CROs – in the best possible way. From Early Phase and Bioanalytical Sciences through Late Phase and post approval, we provide world-class, full-service drug development services. With infrastructure and talent spanning 60 countries, we execute predictable, successful studies with operational excellence. We never compromise on science or safety. We’re never satisfied with the status quo. We’re the Cure for the Common CRO.

Worldwide Clinical Trials

8609 Cross Park Drive Austin, TX, 78754 United StatesWorldwide Clinical Trials employs more than 1,600 professionals around the world, with offices in North and South America, Eastern and Western Europe, Russia and Asia. Founded by physicians committed to advancing medical science, Worldwide is out to change how the world experiences CROs – in the best possible way. From Early Phase and Bioanalytical Sciences through Late Phase and post approval, we provide world-class, full-service drug development services. With infrastructure and talent spanning 60 countries, we execute predictable, successful studies with operational excellence. We never compromise on science or safety. We’re never satisfied with the status quo. We’re the Cure for the Common CRO.

Watsonbio

7505 Fannin Street Houston, TX, 77054 United StatesWatsonbio s dedicated to provide worldwide life science researchers with superior quality service. We provide a comprehensive portfolio of custom services, including recombinant protein, antibody, stable cell lines services. Instead of a provider of services, we are a partner who can be relied on and who will work with you to design customized solutions for your project, to advance your research, and to accelerate your results.

Wisconsin National Primate Research Center

1220 Capitol CourtWisconsin National Primate Research Center focuses on research of regenerative medicine, reproduction, immunology, virology, aging, and metabolic diseases.

Xcenda

5025 Plano Parkway Carrollton, Texas, 75010 United StatesFor more than 25 years, life science companies have turned to Xcenda’s leading team of value experts, transforming evidence, policy insights, and market intelligence into effective global market access strategies. Founded in the application of health outcomes and reimbursement, Xcenda, a part of AmerisourceBergen, is a premier consultancy helping clients effectively navigate today’s complex healthcare landscape. Our bench of diverse experts shares a passion to help you deliver the most distinctive body of evidence that demonstrates your value story. We strategically execute on actionable insights and differentiating data. We create innovative communications, models and tools so stakeholders understand not only what you’ve created, but why. It’s our goal to help prove the inherent worth of your products and services, maximize patient access, and enhance your overall brand performance. Trust in our committed team so you can focus on what matters most—helping patients gain access to your brand. Learn more at Xcenda.com.

XstalBio

CIDSXstalBio specializes in the formulation and stabilisation of therapeutic proteins, peptides, DNA and vaccines.

Zeolearn

12227 AUDRIANNA DRIVE Frisco, Texas, 75033 United StatesIn the words of Benjamin Franklin, "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn". We at Zeolearn endorse this ideology, which is why our courses are designed to include maximum student participation. We are a dedicated bunch of trainers and professionals who want to promote industry best practices in education through collaboration with corporates and leading organizations. Our virtual classrooms offer training on a variety of accredited courses that are highly endorsed by global giants in the field of IT, Sales, Operations, Marketing, Management, and Consulting. The training sessions will equip you not just to gain some of the highly intensive credentials but will also ensure that you are ready to apply the concepts at the job front. Each session combines practical exercises, theoretical learning, hands-on exercises, group discussions, simulations and intensive Q & A sessions. What makes Zeolearn stand apart is that during the course, not only do you get theoretical knowledge, but you will also gain practical experience through hands-on projects. Zeolearn mentors who are industry- experienced professionals will guide your work and help you understand how to apply theory to practice.