The Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics (CMSP) facility provides support to the life sciences research community at the University of Minnesota. The CMSP - a subunit of the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics (BMBB) - is based on both campuses. CMSP provides expertise, equipment, training, and support for analyzing all types of biological molecules - with a focus on proteomic and metabolomic applications. With years of experience serving the entire biological science area of the University, the CMSP staff has a wide range of expertise in analytical methods used to characterize a broad range of molecule types. In addition to large-scale discovery studies, proteins, metabolites or other molecules of interest can be validated by targeted mass spectrometry methods.
- CMSP Newsletter #4 (October 2016) is available here: http://z.umn.edu/cmspnewsletter04
- Online registration for October 2016 (18th-20th October) workshop waiting list is available here: Oct Workshop Waiting List
- Bielensky Lab along with CMSP and UMII researchers published a study in Cell Reports on the yeast's ability to reproduce even when its DNA is incorrectly replicated. Link to MN Daily article.
- Tim Griffin, Pratik Jagtap, Candace Guerrero from CMSP and Susan Van Riper from UMII along with collaborators presented their work at the recent ASMS 2016 Conference in San Antonio, TX. Details here.
- Information about current rates for CMSP services.
- CMSP file sharing User's Guide
- Publications with CMSP authorship, acknowledgement or instrument usage.
- For arranging CMSP lab tours, please contact Managing Director at least two weeks prior to the desired tour date.