Mr. Tsung Cho-Chang Memorial Mass Spectrometer Laboratory
|Thermo Scientific Accela 600||Thermo Scientific Dionex UltiMate 3000
LTQ Orbitrap XL
|Ettan Spot Picker,
|miVac DUO Centrifugal Concentrator||Thermo Scientific Dionex UltiMate 3000 Open Sampler XRS System||Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantiva|
Ettan Spot Picker
|Service||College of Medicine (Including associated hospitals)||Inside FJU
|Hydrolysis and desalting of protein samples||750 /sample||1000 /sample||1500 /sample|
|Protein identification and Database comparison (Swiss-Prot)||300 /hr||400 /hr||600 /hr|
|Sample desalting||250 /sample||300 /sample||500 /sample|
|Molecular weight validation||1000 /sample||1500 /sample||2000 /sample|
|Analysis of small molecules||300 /hr||400 /hr||600 /hr|
Large Quantity Discount: More than 10 specimens at a time will be given a 20% discount.
Cooperating research project
Services not mentioned on the list can be conducted through academic cooperation.
Academic cooperation can be conducted only after the approval of the Management Committee of Mr. Tsung Cho-Chang Memorial Mass Spectrometer Lab.
Details regarding publication of research result (such as the order of authors) follow the general norm governing academic cooperation and is to be decided among collaborating researchers. In principle, researchers and staff of the Lab should be listed as co-authors.
Please contact the technicians and staff during office hours, complete the application form, and send the specimens to the lab.
Contact Staff: Mr.Cheng-Hong Lu, Tel: +886-2-29056724.
Solid Powder: Condensed solid powder is suggested. Upon submitting the sample, please specify the total quantity of protein. Specimen should be of at least1 μg.
Liquid Specimen: Please specify the component, density and volume of the solution and avoid saline or surfactant. Specimen should be of at least 3 pmol.
C. Colloidal Substance: Colloidal specimen should be fixated, and should be placed in 1.5ml eppendorf with ddH2O. Coloration method should be noted. It is also suggested that a scanned picture of the colloidal substance be attached with the location to be picked and the molecular mass marked to facilitate the procedure.
Radioactive and infectious specimens are not accepted.
Specimen should be cleared of saline and surfactant.