Proteomics Center Workshop
April 11th, 1:30 – 3:00pm, 572 Bond Life Sciences Center
The Proteomics Center is adding a new instrument this spring! It is a tims-ToF Pro that couples trapped ion mobility with a quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometer. This is a high speed instrument ideal for shotgun proteomics and exploring post-translational modification of proteins. Come listen to Conor Mullens, who will discuss the new instrument, its capabilities, and potential applications. Light refreshments will be provided (sponsored by Bruker).
You do not have to RSVP to attend, but it will help to get a headcount for refreshments. Please RSVP to Michael Greenlief.
The Proteomics Center has a number of instruments for mass spectrometry and protein separation.
FY18 Grant Program
The Proteomics Center will be awarding a limited number of grants to MU investigators who would like to conduct new studies within the Center.
The program is now closed as all funds have been awarded.
The Proteomics Center (PC) provides advanced technologies in protein separation and mass spectrometry identification for researchers at the University of Missouri.
The Center accepts any non-hazardous, non-pathogenic, and non-radioactive samples for analyses. These samples can be whole organism (cell pellets, seedlings, etc.), tissue (biopsies, roots, leaves, etc.), or purified protein (cell lysate, precipitated protein, IPs, gel bands/spots).
The MU Proteomics Center is named for Charles W. Gehrke, emeritus professor of Biochemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Gerhke joined MU in 1949 and progressed to the rank of full professor. His interest in analytical chemistry and mass spectrometry was one of the factors in naming the Center for Dr. Gehrke; benefactors are Lowell and Marian Miller.