Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility (PROMEC)

Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility (PROMEC) offers service to support your research needs for proteomics and metabolomics, such as protein identification, de-novo sequencing and analysis of post translational modifications. In the initial phase access to LC-MS instrumentation for metabolite analysis will be offered to trained users, aiming to gradually offer such analyses as a service.

This core facility is organized within the Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, and is funded by the Faculty of Medicine at NTNU and the Central Norway Regional Health Authority. Our goal is to provide high-end analytical services within proteomics and selected metabolites for researchers in Mid-Norway and elsewhere.

Brief introductory video about proteomics and ProMec.

We provide access to:

  • Agilent 6495 triple-quadrupole with in-line 1290 Infinity HPLC
  • Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Elite MS with in-line EASY nLC 1000 UPLC
  • Thermo Scientific Q Exactive MS with in-line EASY nLC 1000 UPLC
  • ABSciex 5000 triple-quadrupole in-line Schimazdu HPLC
  • ABSciex 5500 triple-quadrupole in-line Schimazdu HPLC
  • 2D-PAGE (IGPhor, Ettan)
  • OffGel Fractionator
  • SIMON Gel free western

I addition we have access to other equipment for complementary protein analysis such as laser-confocal microscopy, X-ray diffractometer, chromatography equipment for protein separation (Akta FPLC, Akta Explorer), and Western gel documentation (Kodak, Licor).

 

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General Manager

Davi de Miranda Fonseca

Scientific Leader

Professor Geir Slupphaug

Visiting adress

Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility (PROMEC)
Laboratory Centre, 4th floor East Wing
Erling Skjalgssons gt 1, Trondheim

Postal address

Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility (PROMEC)
Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
Medisinsk teknisk forskningssenter
Olav Kyrres gt. 9
N-7489 Trondheim
Norway

Lars Hagen and Geir Slupphaug anayzing a 2D gel.

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