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Annika Eriksson Team

Annika Eriksson, annika.eriksson@ki.se, is the head of the KI Gene Core facility, located in the CMM L8 building at Visionsgatan 18.

KIGene is a well-established core facility that offers genetic analyses, covering Sanger DNA sequencing, gene expression analysis, microRNA profiling, genotyping and copy number variation, as well as spatial biology and epigenetic analysis mainly aiming at small to medium size projects.

We provide flexible service levels. For “hands-on” we offer theoretical and technical start up assistance and the users may after that book and operate the instruments themselves. For “hands-off” the users supply the starting materials, and we perform the analysis.

We charge “fee-for-service”. All projects and individual samples are processed in incoming order.

Detailed information about instruments and services can be found here.

About CMM

The Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) is a foundation instituted by the Stockholm County Council (Region Stockholm). CMM is at the heart of a close partnership with the Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet, fueling advancements in biomedical and clinical research.


Center for Molecular Medicine Foundation, org. nr. 815201-3689

Karolinska University Hospital L8:05

Visionsgatan 18

171 76 Stockholm, Sweden


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