Providing state-of-the-art proteomic analysis.

New equipment for expanded services

The Mick Hitchcock, Ph. D. Nevada Proteomics Center has enhanced the center through the generous support of the National Institutes of Health Shared Instrumentation (NIH-SIG) program and the Coronavirus Relief Fund program (CARES).

In June 2021, the Center received funding through the NIH-SIG and with additional support from the Office of Research and Innovation, the Center purchased the Bruker timsTOF Pro2 mass spectrometer and Evosep One LC system to provide protein based clinical diagnostics.

In December 2020, through the generous support of the CARES program, the Center received funding for the purchase of the ThermoFisher Scientific Eclipse mass spectrometer. The Eclipse is a cutting-edge proteomic platform allowing NSHE researchers the ability to expand the experimental scope of COVID-19 research in Nevada.

iLab Solutions

Customers can access iLab to submit samples and reserve instrument time.

Proteomics workshops

Our data analysis workshops will help you get the most from your results.

Services, instrumentation and equipment

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Mass spectrometry services

  • Gel, IP and solution based protein identification
  • Proteome quantitation using both isobaric labelling (TMT) and label free methodologies
  • Post-translational modification analysis
  • Sample preparation
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Mass spectrometry instrumentation and sample prep equipment

  • Thermo Scientific Eclipse
  • Bruker timsTOF Pro2
  • Evosep One
  • Thermo Scientific UltiMate 3000 LC
  • nanoLCMS High Pressure Packing Pump

Customer survey

We're asking our current, former and potential users to provide us with your input that will help inform the reorganization of our core facility.

Nevada INBRE

The Nevada Proteomics Center works closely with the Nevada INBRE to provide services and support to all of their partners.

Nevada INBRE, part of the IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence, is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program (8 P20 GM103440) designed to help traditionally underfunded states build biomedical infrastructure. Nevada INBRE also works with NSHE partner institutions to promote biomedical research knowledge and educational opportunities across the state of Nevada via biomedical and science pipeline programs.

Nevada INBRE offers scientific core services awards on a regular basis. These awards can be applied to the services you obtain from our proteomics core.