Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis

One-stop, full-service proteomics shop

 

Quality Solutions to Fit Your Project Scope and Budget

The Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis Core provides access to research services in proteomics, protein analysis by mass spectrometry and other techniques as well as custom peptide synthesis. The Core offers the full range of services in qualitative and quantitative proteomics including sample preparation of clinical samples. For each project we provide:

  • Expert scientific consultation and experimental design
  • Sample preparation for proteomic analysis
  • Cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art mass spectrometry instrumentation
  • Data analysis, interpretation, review and discussion
  • Scaffold software training as needed to interpret project results

…and as always commitment to high quality science

To learn more, download the Proteomics Core flyer.

Henriette A. Remmer, Ph.D.
Director, Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis Core
734-763-6285
hremmer@umich.edu

Process

Consultation

To get started with the Proteomics and Peptide Synthesis Core, schedule a consultation. We’ll work with you to determine which service is right for your project, and help with experimental design to maximize quality of the results.

Sample Submission

When you’re ready to submit samples, fill out a request form (under Request Forms & Sample Preparation) and bring your samples to C570D/C568 MSRB II.

Data Analysis

When the analysis is complete, a full report is generated and delivered to you via email. We’re happy to set-up a follow-up meeting to discuss your results and perform further data analysis, as necessary.

Proteomics Core by the Numbers

Principal Investigators Worked With

Grants Serviced (FY18)

Total Services Completed (FY18)

Events

  • Researchpalooza 2019

    Mark your calendars for the return of Researchpalooza! Join the BRCF and the UMMS Office of Research for Researchpalooza during the annual Michigan Medicine Ice Cream Social, with 80+ exhibitors from labs and offices of the Medical School and across …

     

News

  • DNA Sequencing Core Decommissioning the HiSeq4000

    In order to focus on new and emerging technologies, the DNA Sequencing Core will be discontinuing HiSeq4000 services on June 15, 2019. Samples requiring HiSeq4000 sequencing should be submitted as soon as possible to ensure adequate time for processing prior …

       
  • In Focus: Using Single Cell Analysis to Study the Role of Immune Cells in Bone Regeneration

    Dr. Benjamin Levi Single cell analysis–studying genomics at the level of a single cell–has been an important tool for researchers like Benjamin Levi, MD–Assistant Professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery and Director of the Burn/Trauma and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory. …