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Proteomics Core Facility (PCF)

The Proteomics Core Facility (PCF) was established in 2001, has been part of the Sahlgrenska Academy since 2006, and since 2016 one of the nodes in BioMS for biological mass spectrometry (MS) supported by the Swedish Research Council. We are available to the researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy at Gothenburg University and Chalmers as well as external customers from other universities or industry. We are involved in approximately 300 projects per year.

The facility is equipped with high-resolution mass spectrometers. We offer several services including study design, protein identification, characterization of post-translational modifications e.g. phosphorylation and glycosylation, and protein-protein interaction analysis. Global quantitative analyses of differentially expressed proteins are available using Tandem Mass Tag (TMT).

The Proteomics Core Facility has experience of sample preparation of a range of species and material such as tissues, cells, isolated cellular compartments, pull-downs, other biological samples, or expressed proteins. High pH liquid chromatography fractionation prior to nLCMS is used for in-depth analysis and to study lower abundant proteins in complex biological samples.

We provide comprehensive data analysis through a variety of database search engines (Mascot, Sequest) and software packages Proteome Discoverer, Byonics and MaxQuant.

Contact Information

Proteomics Core Facility

Box 413, For questions regarding proteomics analyses, please use the contact form.

Visiting Address:
Medicinaregatan 7A, 413 90 Göteborg

Sample Submission

Link to sample submission form


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