The Core Facility for Mass Spectrometry at the Institute for Immunology, Mainz provides latest generation mass spectrometry technology for the identification and quantification of proteins and posttranslational modifications. We provide expertise in sample preparation, data processing, bioinformatic analyses and statistical evaluation. In addition, we support you with competent consultation for individual collaborative projects. This includes details on how to optimize the individual experimental design, sample handling and data interpretation.
The Core Facility for Mass Spectrometry is part of the Research Center for Immunotherapy (FZI), one of five research centers of the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz. Furthermore, the Core Facility is integrated in the Collaborative Research Center 1292 (“Targeting convergent mechanisms of inefficient immunity in tumors and chronic infections”).
Since 2020, the Core Facility is connected to the BMBF funded Research core "DIASyM" .
Feel free to contact us!
If you are interested in our research, please visit our homepage.
Interested in our other FZI Core Facilities or want to learn more about the FZI? Just click the button!