Proteomics core facility
The Proteomics Core Facility (PCF) of University of Tartu (UT) is a mass spectrometry-based proteomics competence center. The goal of mass spectrometry-based proteomics is to characterize both qualitatively and quantitatively the protein composition of cells, tissues, bodily fluids and biologics (e.g. therapeutic antibodies).
The facility is maintained on the basis of service analyses and concentrates the necessary instrumentation and qualified personnel for maintaining the apparatus. We offer our services to research groups within UT and for other scientific institutions (universities, national laboratories and others), also, for the biotechnology industry.
In addition to service analyses, UT PCF continually participates in scientific research and collaboration. The research of our scientists has been published in a number of high-impact and relevant scientific journals in the field (e.g. Nature, PNAS, Cell, JBC, JPR).
Before submitting samples please contact the facility manager (Sergo Kasvandik, e-post: sergo.kasvandik [ät] ut.ee; telephone: +372 737 4865) to discuss the details of your experimental design, so that we can offer you the most optimal analysis. The prices for different services can be found here: prices. For sample transport to PCF, please read the relevant instructions and requirements and send an electronic sample submission form when you have sent out your samples.