Welcome to the Biological Mass Spectrometry Facility of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The facility is directed by Dr. Peter Lobel and is located in Room 010 of Center for Integrative Proteomics Research (CIPR) building on the RWJMS/Busch Campus in Piscataway.
We are pleased to announce that our NINDS P30 grant submission for Rutgers Mass Spectrometry Center for Integrative Neuroscience Research has been funded through June 2019. NINDS-funded investigators of Rutgers University can receive proteomics services from this Core at reduced costs. The NINDS-funded junior faculty members are especially encouraged to use the Core.
The facility has state-of the art instrumentation that can be used either directly by users or by facility staff for the analysis of biological samples.
- Services include:
- Gel based: (1D and 2D coommassie and silver stained gels)
- Solution based (simple and complex mixtures)
- Phosphorylation site analysis
- Methylation site analysis
- Analysis of other potential modifications
- H-D exchange
- Limited proteolysis
- iTRAQ, MUDPIT analysis
- Label-free comparative proteomics
- Protein identification
- Characterization of post translational modification
- Protein structure analysis
- Proteomic analysis
Investigators at Rutgers University, as well as outside institutions are welcome to contact us to learn how we can provide assistance with their research as well as to join the 4800 TOF-TOF user groups.
To start a new project with us: please go to starting a new project.