Clinical and Translational Proteomics Service Center
The Clinical and Translational Proteomics Service Center provides proteomic and mass spectrometric supports to the researchers at UT Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth Houston) and the greater research community at Texas Medical Center. The proteomics core brings together state-of-the-art instrumentation, bioinformatics and highly skilled technical staff to provide a comprehensive suite of analytical services to support basic, translational and clinical research. The routine services of the core include:
- Proteomic Profiling: protein and peptide identification from research or clinical samples (e.g. gel bands, immunoprecipitated products, cells, tissues or other specimens, plasma/serum, and other bodily fluids, etc.)
- Quantitative Proteomics: label-free or labeled-based (e.g. SILAC, TMT or iTRAQ) quantification, targeted proteomic assay
- PTM Analysis: Identification of common post-translational modifications (PTMs)
- Glycoproteomic Profiling: N-linked glycoproteomic profiling
- Protein/Peptide Characterization: therapeutic protein characterization, antibody/peptide-drug conjugation analysis, accurate mass determination
We also provide advanced supports for biomarker discovery, drug development, or clinical study through collaborative projects or special R&D agreements.
Location: The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
1825 Pressler, Houston, Texas 77030
Faculty Director: Sheng Pan, Ph.D.
For sample analysis and pricing, please contact:
Lakmini Senavirathna, Ph.D.
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For billing and account information, please contact:
Minh Vo - Senior Administrative Coordinator
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Publication/Citation: This facility is supported by The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine, McGovern Medical School, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Please acknowledge our center in your publications as follows: This work is supported in part by the Clinical and Translational Proteomics Service Center at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.