Ucl Proteomics Facility

University College London

Category: Non-Robotics Related Miscellane

The Cancer Proteomics Laboratory Led By Dr John Timms Was Established 5 Years Ago. The Laboratory’S Main Research Focus Is On Cell Signalling In Cancer And The Identification Of Cancer Biomarkers Through The Application Of Quantitative Proteomic Methodologies And Biochemical And Molecular Biology Techniques. Facilities Include A Biochemistry Laboratory, Dedicated Clean Rooms For High-Sensitivity, Low-Contamination Sample Handling, Fluorescence 2D Difference Gel Electrophoresis (2D-Dige) Capability, Liquid-Handling Robotics And Liquid Chromatography (Lc) For Protein And Peptide Separations. Mass Spectrometry (Ms) Instrumentation For Expression Profiling, Protein/Peptide Identification And Characterisation Includes A Thermo Ltq Orbitrap Xl Hybrid Mass Spectrometer With On-Line Dionex3000 Nano-Lc System And Bruker Ultraflex Maldi-Tof/Tof Instrument.

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