The GRCF uses two different servers for online ordering services and several ordering portals for our products. The links below will take you to the appropriate server. Services using iLab are indicated by an asterisk (*). Services using Genesifter are indicated by two asterrisks (**). Items such as oligos, si/shRNA and other custom products which are ordered from company portals are now billed through iLab, even though ordering does not happen in iLab. If you are not set up in iLab, please see the Core-in-a-box site for detailed instructions. Genesifter accounts may be created on the login page.
Johns Hopkins customers accessing Genesifter remotely:
To access Genesifter from a remote location outside the JHMI domain firewall, log in to your JHED account and follow the instructions in the sidebar VPN link. Once connected through Pulse Secure you will be able to access Genesifter using our new URL http://orders.jhgenomics.jhu.edu (remember to update Genesifter bookmarks).
External (non-Johns Hopkins) Customers:
Our online ordering system, Genesifter, is no longer available to external customers due to security risks. Requests for services marked with a ** may be placed by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the service you are interested in and a GRCF staff member will get back to you. If you have an existing Genesifter account and need access to your data files please contact email@example.com. Sorry for any inconvenience. We hope to have a solution in the future.
Cell Line authentication and mycoplasma testing services may be placed using this downloadable Excel order form. Instructions are located on the second and third tabs.
The following items can be ordered using online ordering servers:
The following items can be ordered by downloading and completing the request form:
|CRISPR Predesigned &
Custom with Instructions
The following items require consultation before ordering:
|Bisulfite Conversion*||DNA Storage||Genotyping (all types)*|
|PCR Support**||WGA||Digital PCR**|
|RNA Isolation*||Single Cell Genomics*|