The former DNA Sciences core now is the Genome Analysis and Technology Core.
The former Shared Instrumentation Core now is part of the Biomolecular Analysis Facility and provides a range of user operated instruments and chromatography services. The Biomolecular Analysis Facility has equipment which is either not commonly found in individual laboratories or is needed only occasionally by some laboratories. Some equipment is operated by facility personnel, and some is used by individual researchers.
In addition to user fees, the facility is supported by School of Medicine and receives grants for instrumentation from the state Equipment Trust Fund and NIH, and the School of Medicine. The mass spectrometry laboratory was started and supported for several years by a grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.