The Center for Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics facility (CMSP) 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 community 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.
- August 2017 Proteomics workshop registration is open! Registration form
- Example Projects
- Publications with CMSP authorship, acknowledgement or instrument usage.
- CMSP Newsletter #5 (March 2017) is available here: http://z.umn.edu/cmspnewsletter05
- Bielinsky 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.
- CMSP file sharing User's Guide