Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics
This state of the art facility, situated within LIMS and the School of Molecular Sciences, offers La Trobe staff, students and external users access to a range of high-end mass spectrometry equipment.
La Trobe established the facility with funding from the Co-oporative Research Centre for Biomarker Translation (CRC-BT) and an Australian Research Centre LIEF grant, enabling the Department of Biochemistry to purchase a mass spectrometry-based proteomics suite from Bruker Daltronics.
The facility also boasts Bruker Proteineer robotic equipment and a Dionex Liquid Chromatography System.
We welcome expressions of interest for all projects. Find out more about sample submission and fees.
Information on our mass spectrometry, liquid chromatagraphy and robotic equipment.
Please contact us to discuss any new or ongoing projects.
Dr Pierre Faou
Phone +61 3 9479 2402
The technique of mass spectrometry has become an indispensable tool for biochemists. It allows for the discovery and quantitation of proteins at extremely high sensitivity, such as in target discovery for therapeutic and diagnostic applications.