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The Mass Spectrometry Resource for the Study of Biological Complexity
is supported by the Center and is directed by Dr. Lambert Ngoka, a Center Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. This facility maintains state-of-the-art mass spectrometry instrumentation and techniques for proteomics and other mass spectrometry services. Current instruments include: Micromass Q-Tof™ 2 quadrupole /time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometer, LC Packings UltimateTM Capillary /Nano LC System, Micromass LCT™ LCMS workstation, Perceptive Voyager DE Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization mass spectrometer, ThermoFinnigan LCQ Deca XP Plus (with Bioworks 3.0, Biomass Deconvolution, and Nanospray), Amersham Ettan IPGphor IEF system, Amersham Ettan DALTsix electrophoresis unit, Genetix Gelpix protein spot excision robot, Packard MultiPROBE II® HT EX liquid handling system (with Millipore Montáge™ In-gel Digest96, a GripperTM Integration, 192 MALDI Spotting Kit, and Proteomics Accessory Kit), ThermoFinnigan TSQ7000 triple quadrupole mass spectrometer (API2), Finnigan MAT 95 XL high-resolution MS and MSn system, and Finnigan MAT 95 S double-focusing sector instrument with reversed geometry.


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