ANNOUNCEMENT: The Proteomics Core Facility has updated the pricing for each NEW proteomics project beginning October 7, 2022. Projects that have already received an estimated quote will be completed according to the estimated quote price. Pricing is project dependent and will fluctuate based on sample size and experimental design. The Proteomics Core Facility will provide a cost estimate quote that reflects individual experimental design and sample size prior to sample submission. Please see the Services page to review the new estimated core pricing before sample submission.
A project consultation meeting with a proteomics facility core staff member is REQUIRED FOR EACH NEW PROJECT. Please contact the proteomics core facility staff to arrange a consultation meeting prior to sample submission.
The mission of the Proteomics Core Facility at the University of Utah is to provide expert mass spectrometry services and consultation for the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) research communities, as well as to public and private institutions within the state of Utah.
This core provides and operates as a fee-for-service resource. Please see the services tab for itemized price listings.
The goals of the facility are to provide access to high performance mass spectrometry resources and the latest proteomics technology for researchers in addition to supporting an efficient research and educational environment for sharing ideas, experiences, and knowledge of proteomics.
The Proteomics Core Facility enables investigators to utilize an array of state-of-the-art mass spectrometry-based techniques for proteomics experiments, ranging from protein identification, post-translational modification characterizations and protein interactions to large-scale quantitative proteomic analyses using data-independent acquisition and tandem mass tag labeling. The staff is available to users for consultation on experimental design and proteomics methods, assisting with data interpretation, manuscript preparation and grant submission.
The facility continues to provide mass spectrometry support for a broad range of research and sample types, such as polymers, natural products, small synthetic molecules, and large intact proteins and nucleic acids. Our goal is to provide the highest quality mass spectrometry analyses for protein and other biomolecule investigations.