We are in the process of rolling out a new sample submission page through iLab. This will replace our old system, PSMS. If you need to access PSMS, you can reach it from https://proteomics-int.swmed.edu/psms/ Starting April 1st, only submissions through iLab will be accepted. If you have any questions or …
We have reinstated our TMT service and are currently accepting TMT samples. Please arrange to meet with us to discuss your submission prior to preparing your samples so that we can ensure the best possible results.
We now offer protein ID services on our Orbitrap Elite and Q Exactive HF at a reduced price. Protein ID for a Coomassie band on these instruments is $80/sample and for a silver-stained band is $90/sample. The price for Protein ID on our Orbitrap Fusion Lumos is $180/sample for a …
The proteomics core is now offering TMT quantitation as a service. Please contact us for more details and to see if this service may be well suited for your experiments.
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The Proteomics Core will be accepting samples through Wednesday, December 14th. All samples received by this date will be processed prior to Christmas. Any samples submitted on or after Thursday, December 15th will be stored at 4 C until Thursday, January 5th.
We will be closed the week of Thanksgiving, November 21-25th. All samples submitted before Thursday, November 17th will be digested and run this week, but will not be analyzed until Monday, November 28th. All samples submitted on or after Nov. 17th will be stored at 4C and processed beginning on …
We are phasing out paper IDRs and are switching to electronic IDRs through Peoplesoft. We will need the subledger number to bill when you submit your samples, but we no longer require a paper IDR form.
We are currently performing security upgrades to our website over the next couple of weeks, and because of this some links may not work. To submit samples, please go to https://proteomics-int.swmed.edu/psms/
Unfortunately we are no longer able to offer intact mass analysis, until further notice.