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UVM VBRN Proteomics Facility (Proteomics)

University of Vermont

337 Marsh Life Science Building

Burlington, VT 05405

United States of America

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Ying Wai Lam

Last Updated: 04/17/2024

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VBRN Proteomics Facility is supported by INBRE funding (P20GM103449) and is located in the Marsh Life Science Building at the University of Vermont. It occupies 1,408 ft2 of lab, data processing unit, office, and consultation space. The Proteomics Facility enables investigators to use an array of state-of-the-art mass spectrometry-based techniques for proteomics experiments, ranging from routine protein identification, post-translational modification characterization and finding protein interacting partners, to large-scale quantitative proteomics analyses using stable isotopes (dimethyl labeling, SILAC, TMT). Since its inception in 2006, the facility has analyzed over 20,000 samples and supported close to 180 publications ( The facility personnel train investigators in experimental design and proteomics methods, while assisting with data interpretation, manuscript preparation, and grant submission. Our user base includes investigators from UVM and from institutions in 15 states.

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