Proteomics Core Facilities

The Seattle area facilities below are available to service your proteomics needs. If you provide fee-for-service proteomics work and would like to be linked from this page, send me an email.

  • The FHCRC Proteomics facility provides mass spectrometry and HPLC services for protein and peptide characterization, including protein identification, protein modification analysis, protein/peptide purification, and qualitative/quantitative proteomics experiments. Services are provided on a fee-for-service basis.
    http://sharedresources.fredhutch.org/core-facilities/proteomics

  • The School of Pharmacy Mass Spectrometry facility, located in the I-court below the rotunda cafeteria at the UW, offers a full array of fee-for-service possibilities. These include small molecule assay development, structure analysis, protein adduct mapping, protein-protein interaction mapping, proteomic gel band analysis, qualitative shotgun proteomics and label-free quantitative proteomics.
    https://sop.washington.edu/department-of-medicinal-chemistry/mass-spectrometry-center/

  • The Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry Facility is located on the ground floor ofBagley Hallin rooms 087 and 083. We provide wide variety of analytical services to the Department, University and community, ranging from qualitative sample analysis, unknown sample analysis to quantitative assays. We provide hands-on training and enable walk-on usage of most of the instruments providing education in multitude of aspects of mass spectrometry.
    https://depts.washington.edu/chem/facilserv/massspec/

  • The Northwest Metabolomics Research Center (NW-MRC), is located at the University of Washington School of Medicine, South Lake Union (SLU). The Center provides a broad range of metabolomics services including sample analysis, data analysis and interpretation, training and work-shops through its specialty Cores, which include Mass Spectrometry, NMR and Metabolic Imaging, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics, and Promotional & Outreach.
    http://depts.washington.edu/nwmrc/Home

Here are links to some commercial Proteomics Sevice Facilities: