Thermo Tribrid Lumos Fusion Orbitrap, Thermo Quantis Triple Quadrupole
Beyond making available state-of-the-art, facilities and services, the laboratory enables education, methods development, and new applications development, designed to meet the rapidly evolving needs of researchers. Due to the essential information that mass spectrometry provides to researchers in the fields of life sciences and medicine, the laboratory serves as an “intellectual watering hole” at the crossroads of diverse disciplines.
At this time, we have in operation, a Thermo Tribrid Lumos Fusion Orbitrap and Thermo Quantis Triple Quadrupole mass spectrometer, a UV-vis HPLC and an FPLC. Analysis softwares include Proteome Discoverer 2.4, MaxQuant, TraceFinder
Routine mass spec and proteomics services include:
- Protein identification by proteolytic digest
- Nano LC-MS/MS (proteomic, interactomic...)
- Small molecule quantification
- Targeted protein quantification
- Database search
- and more.
To place an order, please go to iLab
Please contact Dr. Virginie Sjoelund to discuss custom work such as complex proteomic analysis, quantitation, de novo peptide sequencing, new application development, and other projects.
Acknowledgement of Contributions
Publications containing data generated by the Proteomics core facility at OUHSC (LMBCR) should include an acknowledgement of LMBCR or include members as coauthors. LMBCR needs these acknowledgements and authorship to help demonstrate our contributions to the research community. This in turn helps secure future funding to maintain a robust Core facility and provide professional development of its staff. The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) has published a guideline to use when considering whether or not to include core laboratory members on publications.