The Proteomics Core Facility provides a full infrastructure for protein identification, characterization and quantitation using mass spectrometry based proteomics approaches.
The mission of the Proteomics Core Facility is to support scientists in their research by providing a wide range of proteomics services using various platforms for protein and peptide separation, state-of-the-art mass spectrometers for LC-MS analysis and specialized bioinformatics tools for data analysis.
The main activities of the facility are protein separation, protein identification from simple to highly complex matrices, protein characterization (analysis of post-translational modifications) and protein level quantitation (TMT, iTRAQ, SILAC, Label-free).
The Proteomics Core Facility provides also technical advice and help researcher to design and analyse proteomic experiments.
The Facility is dedicated to local academic users (University of Geneva) but is also open for external academic researchers and for industry.
Please contact us to organize sample drop-off.
No samples will be accepted without prior approval from the facility staff
July 29, 2011