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High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Laboratory Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: chemical analysis, proteomic analyses, analysis of lipid classes
offer number: 6
research topics:
  • proteomics and lipidomics study in affective disorders.
test equipment:
  • matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometer with double time-of-flight analyzer MALDI-TOF/TOF MS (ultrafleXtreme, Bruke Daltonik, Germany, 2011);
  • liquid nanochromatograph (EASY-nLC II, Bruker Daltonik, Germany, 2011);
  • fraction collector co-operating with the nanochromatograph (PROTEINEER fc II, Bruker Daltonik, Germany, 2011).
comercial research:
  • diagnostic of the affective disorders on early step and evaluation of the progress of therapy;
  • material: blood from the patients and tissue slices from animal (protein and lipids imaging);
  • proteomic analyses – identification of proteins and analysis of their post-translational modifications, PTMs (BioTools software) with the use of:
    • peptide mass fingerprinting (PMF),
    • top-down sequencing (TDS),
    • analysis of nucleic acids (oligonucleotides);
    • analysis of lipid classes with the use of TLC-MALDI (esp. phospholipids);
    • MALDI Imaging (MALDI IMS).

Methods and research techniques:

experience / references / projects:
  • identification of proteins (on the basis of PMF and TDS experiments), analysis of protein posttranslational modifications (PTMs) with the use of BioTools software;
  • analysis of macrocyclic compounds;
  • analysis of synthetic polymers (end group analysis).
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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phone number: + 48 12 664 42 00
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