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Proteomics Core Facility

The Proteomics Core Facility (PCF) was established in 2001, is since 2006 part of the Sahlgrenska Academy and from 2016 one of the nodes for biological mass spectrometry (MS) supported by the Swedish Research Council.

We use nano-LC separation interfaced to high-resolution MS for protein and peptide analysis in medical and life science research. Proteomics is the study of proteins by identification, quantification and characterization of material from extracts, cells, media, tissues, organs and body liquids.

PCF has expertise in sample preparation, affinity enrichment, design of customized projects and evaluation of the results. We are involved in about 200 projects per year and teach a course for Ph.D. students.

We provide knowledge to explore protein function, expression, post-translational modifications (e.g. phosphorylation or glycosylation), protein interaction analysis, monitoring of biological processes and biomarker discovery.

Contact Information

Proteomics Core Facility at University of Gothenburg

Box 413, SE 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Visiting Address:
Medicinaregatan 7A, 413 90 Gothenburg

Manager: +46 31 786 9790. Other: see under Contact

Closed during summer

Proteomics Core Facility will be closed July 13 to August 3. No samples can be submitted during this period.

How to find us

Entrance Medicinaregatan 7a, to the left 20 m or Medicinaregatan 7b, to the right 10 m. Down the stairs. Use the door phone and we will meet up.


Sample registration

Sample submission form

File your sample information and submit your risk assessment. Note! This is not a project application, please use the contact form above.

Send samples to Proteomics Core facility, Medicinaregatan 1G, S-413 90 Göteborg, Sweden

Page Manager: Jörgen Bergström|Last update: 4/5/2016

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