The Advanced Proteomics Facility provides access to the latest proteomics tools, specifically cutting edge mass spectrometry. It is available to researchers in the South Parks Road science area and to external commercial users.

We have experience in protein identification, quantitative mass spectrometry (SILAC, label-free, dimethyl labelling, TMT) and characterisation methods for a range of post-translational modifications.

The facility is equipped with a wide range of mass spectrometry instrumentation, sample preparation technologies and data analysis software.

Mass Spectrometers and Sample Preparation Equipment

Bioinformatics Software

Through our service provision and collaboration with researchers, we aim to continually develop and improve the advanced tools available for proteomics.

Location

New Biochemistry building, rooms 30-014 and 00-073.

Contact and Sample Submission

Prior to any new submission please contact us in order to discuss sample details and project requirements, either by emailing Dr Sabrina Liberatori (sabrina.liberatori@bioch.ox.ac.uk) or Mrs Svenja Hester (svenja.hester@path.ox.ac.uk), or by phone on 01865 613220. Please use this form for submitting samples.

The sample drop-off point is at the side door of the New Biochemistry building on the South Parks Road side (appointment necessary, please agree a convenient time with either Sabrina or Svenja).

Further Information

For advanced queries, please contact the facility director, Professor Shabaz Mohammed (shabaz.mohammed@chem.ox.ac.uk).

External Work

We have a strong track record of working with biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. If you are a commercial organisation and are interested in the services or expertise of the Advanced Proteomics Facility, we would encourage you to contact Ms Sally Sheard (sally.sheard@innovation.ox.ac.uk) of Oxford University Innovation to discuss how we may be able to help you.

Online Resources

Access to these resources requires a CBRG account. If you wish to access these resources, please contact the facility; you may then apply for a proteomics-sponsored CBRG account using the links at the bottom of this page (from within the Oxford University network).

Recent(ish) publications