The Proteomics Facility provides services, self-service equipment, and collaborative research for the detection, characterization, and quantification of biomolecules. The facility labs are located in MBB 1.420 (ICMB) and PHR 1.110 (College of Pharmacy). The facility is supported by the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas Shared Instrumentation Award RP110782 and by institutional funds provided by ICMB, UT-Austin and the College of Pharmacy.
News and Announcements:
The Proteomics Facility is hosting a seminar on HPLC on Wednesday, November 13 at 1:30 pm in MBB 2.204:
ACHIEVING BETTER HPLC SELECTIVITY THROUGH MOLECULAR INTERACTION
Itaru Yazawa, co-founder, Imtakt Corporation
Itaru Yazawa is one of the world's leading chromatographers and the inventor of all of Imtakt’s HPLC and UPLC columns. This presentation will explain his unique philosophy, his approach to LC, and his ideas on the use of molecular interaction to leverage selectivity as a tool for better chromatography. He will also discuss two new columns that he will release in the coming months: a mixed mode Amino Acid analysis column and a hybrid silica/polymer core-shell column with full pH-range durability.
Protein/peptide molecular weight determination by ESI or MALDI
Protein identification by LC-MS/MS and database search for individual gel bands and complex mixtures
Relative quantitation of peptides/proteins with spectral counting, peak area, or stable isotope labeling by TMT or iTRAQ*
Protein modification analysis for phosphorylation, methylation, acetylation, ubiquitinylation, glycosylation, inhibitor binding, and chemical adduct site determination*
Other MBB lab services/instrumentation:
Edman chemistry N-terminal Sequencing
When using core services, remember to cite the Proteomics Facility in your publications, and funding sources ES007784 (CRED) and RP110782 (CPRIT) when appropriate, and send the citation to Maria Person. Continued support for the facility depends on documented outcomes.
*If you are interested in collaborating on a protein modification or quantitation project, contact Maria Person.
Delivery Address: Proteomics Facility Email Address:
Maria D. Person
Michelle V. Gadush
CPRIT post-doctoral fellow
The University of Texas
2500 Speedway MBB 1.420
Austin, TX, USA