ICRC, 1130 Saint Nicholas Ave, 10th Floor
The Proteomics Shared Resource supports both discovery-based and targeted proteomic analysis. The facility provides cancer researchers access to the state-of-the-art mass spectrometers and software for qualitative (e.g. protein identification), quantitative (e.g. relative quantification), and post-translational modification (PTM) analyses. The services include i) mass determination of purified proteins/peptides, ii) identification of purified protein complexes, iii) site-targeted PTM mapping on purified proteins, targeted MRM quantification, iv) global proteome analysis, subproteome isolation and identification, and v) large-scale PTM characterization. The facility director and dedicated technical personnel have extensive expertise in mass spectrometry-based techniques and will provide consultation on experimental design, data analysis, and troubleshooting. We encourage researchers to contact us prior to submission of samples to discuss sample preparation, experimental design, and potential outcomes of research projects.
To all Proteomics SR users: Beginning October 20, the Proteomics SR will use the iLab Core Management System for service requests and billing. More information for users, PIs, and Financial Managers can be found here. To schedule equipment and make service requests, go to the iLab web site at https://cumc.corefacilities.org and log in with your UNI and password. To schedule equipment and make service requests, go to the iLab web site at https://cumc.corefacilities.org and log in with your UNI and password.