The Mass Spectrometry Core provides investigators with state-of-the-art technology to characterize protein dynamics in biological systems.
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The Mass Spectrometry Core was established in late 2011 and currently is comprised of two mass spectrometry systems. We provide a number of proteomics approaches for users' applications, including characterization of protein-protein interactions, composition analysis of complex protein mixtures, quantitative analysis of protein abundance, and characterization of post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation, ubiquitylation, and acetylation. Please consults our Resources page for details on instrumentation and the proteomics approaches that we employ.
The Mass Spectrometry Core currently operates on a collaborative basis and does not charge Gladstone investigators for services. The faculty adviser for the Mass Spectrometry Core is Nevan Krogan.