Translational Applications Service Center

Rates

Clinical Samples must be delivered to the TASC facility by 2:30pm for same day processing. After 2:30pm samples can be processed by special arrangement only, however after-hours fees may apply. Please contact TASC director for more information.

For more detailed description of services and rates, please log into iLAB (and search for Translational Applications Service Center): https://sharedfacilities.stanford.edu

Price List

TASC Services Internal Stanford Users TRAM Members Universities and Stanford Affiliates* Non-Profit Institutions* All Other External Users* Unit
Technical Consulting $100 $90 $108 $161 $225 per hour
NIA Size Separation Assay (full service)^ $240 $216 $259 $379 $531 per cycle
NIA Charge Separation Assay (full service)^ $232 $209 $251 $372 $521 per cycle
NIA or SimpleWestern Assay (Instrument Use Fee ONLY - user supplies reagents and labor) $42 $38 $45 $67 $94 per cycle
RNA or DNA extraction from cells or tissue homogenates $60 $54 $65 $96 $135 per sample
RNA processing from FFPE blocks $110 $99 $119 $177 $247 per sample
mRNA purification (Oligotex) $52 $47 $56 $83 $117 per sample
DNA/RNA Yield and Concentration Determination (NanoDrop) $6 $5 $6 $10 $13 per sample
Protein Concentration Assay (Lowry) $17 $15 $18 $27 $38 per sample
Serum or Plasma processing $35 $32 $38 $56 $79 per sample
FNA processing $15 $14 $16 $24 $34 per sample
PBMC processing (Ficoll)  for NIA $100 $90 $108 $161 $225 per sample
PBMC processing (Buffy Coat)  for NIA 80 72 86 128 180 per sample
Cryopreservation of cells (DMSO) $15 $14 $16 $24 $34 per sample
Tissue homogenization (TissueLyserLT) $11 $10 $12 $18 $25 per sample
Sample banking: -80C Freezer $40 $36 $43 $63 $88 per box/month
Sample banking: liquid nitrogen $1.7 $1.5 $2 $3 $4 per vial per month
Laboratory use fee $2.9 $2.6 n/a n/a n/a per day/per user

* External prices include a mandatory overhead charge (8% for Universities and Stanford Affiliates; 60.5% for non-profit institutions). Overhead for internal customers is not shown, but is taken from the indirect costs of their funding source.

^ NIA (SimpleWestern) cost includes (1) per capillary cost of materials and reagents (please note: user is responsible for supplying the primary antibody), (2) labor (technical consulting) and (3) instrument use fee.

One cycle is defined as an array of 12 sample wells x 1 target antibody.

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