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The Proteomics Core Facility gives two PhD courses. SC00033 is a one-week course focusing on sample preparation of proteomic samples, while SC00003 is a two-week course including basic theory as well as practical applications.

The two-week course includes lectures, seminars, demonstrations, and individual exercises. The following basic topics on proteomics will be covered:

  • Introduction to proteomics
  • Sample handling and preparation
  • Separation techniques and strategies
  • Mass spectrometry theory
  • Quantitative mass spectrometry
  • Characterization of post-translational modifications
  • Database matching and proteomic tools
  • Experimental design and interpretation of quantitative proteomic results
  • Bioinformatics and pathway analysis using Ingenuity Pathway Analysis
  • Practical experiments covering quantitative proteomics, phosphoproteomics and in-gel digest for protein identification


Invited speakers will highlight cutting-edge research techniques in proteomics and related fields. Practical exercises and demonstrations during two full weeks will illustrate hands-on techniques in proteomics including posttranslational modification analysis, mass spectrometry of peptides, quantitative mass spectrometry and database searches.

The course is a one-week theoretical course covering the same topics as SC00003, but with a focus on sample preparation of proteomic samples for mass spectrometric analysis. Practical demonstration on the MS instruments are included, but no other practical exercises in the laboratory.

Contact Information

Proteomics Core Facility

Please contact us via email first for sample submission and meetings.

Email us

Post address:
Box 413, 405 30 Göteborg

Visiting Address:
Medicinaregatan 9E, 413 90 Göteborg

Through Lundberg Lab, ground floor, walk by the café and straight into new corridor of pavillion, use door bell to meet us.

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