|MS Capabilities Available at the WU NIH Biomedical Resource|
|Low Resolution EI,CI||Danforth, Medical School|
|Low Resolution GC-MS||Danforth, Medical School|
|Low Resolution LC-MS||Danforth, Medical School|
|ESI MS||Danforth, Medical School|
|MALDI||Danforth, Medical School|
|High Resolution MALDI||Danforth|
|High Resolution GC-MS||Danforth|
|Isotope Ratio MS||Medical School|
|Accurate Mass FTMS||Danforth, Medical School|
|High Resolution FTICR – Intact Mass Measurement||Danforth|
|High Resolution FTICR Tandem MS||Danforth|
|Tandem MS – SRM, MRM||Medical School|
|Tandem MS – bottom-up proteomics||Danforth, Medical School|
|Tandem MS – top-down proteomics||Danforth|
|H/D Exchange MS||Danforth|
|MS Data analysis – Lipids (LipidQA)||Danforth, Medical School|
|MS Data analysis – Proteins (Mascot, PD)||Danforth, Medical School|
|MS Data analysis – Metabolites (Mass Profiler Professional, METLIN, Fiehn, NIST)||Danforth, Medical School|
Academic users receive a subsidized rate for services provided by the Resource. These services must be acknowledged in publications as follows:
“This project was supported by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (8 P41 GM103422) from the National Institutes of Health.”
In addition, publications that result from work carried out on instruments or aided by personnel that receive support from the Resource grant must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.
The above resources also provide to industrial and governmental scientists those services that cannot be obtained from commercial laboratories owing to lack of equipment, capabilities, or expertise. These services are provided on an unsubsidized fee-for-service basis. Industrial and government scientists are requested to contact commercial laboratories before considering service at the above resources.
If you are not sure about what type of analysis will meet your needs, please read the Instrumentation and Ionization Methods Tutorial or contact the resource.