University of Vermont
337 Marsh Life Science Building
Burlington, VT 05405United Stateshttps://vbrn.uvm.edu/proteomics/
Last Updated: 12/18/2020
The VBRN Proteomics Facility at the University of Vermont is a core facility funded by the Vermont Biomedical Research Network and UVM to serve the Lead Institution and research throughout the state as part of the IDeA Program mission of building research infrastructure. The facility provides a central resource of mass spectrometry-based proteomics technologies to identify, characterize and quantify target proteins in various biological and biomedical samples. The goals of the facility are to provide expertise and the latest proteomics technology to researchers at different institutions within and outside Vermont and to establish a highly efficient research and educational environment for sharing ideas, experiences, and knowledge of proteomics application in biological, biomedical, and clinically relevant studies.
*To provide mass spectrometry expertise for analyzing proteins and peptides for proteomics studies
*To provide the support for data analysis from the proteomics measurements
*To provide training in proteomics methods, and experimental design
*To provide technical support facilitating the research from the bench to the bedside
Please check out our UVM/VGN proteomics website for more information!
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