Presentation of Strasbourg-Esplanade Proteomics Facility
Proteomics facility, under the supervision of Philippe Hammann, is part of the ‘Fédération de recherche 1589’ from the CNRS, directed by Jean-Luc Imler.
The facility’s aim is to developp and set up proteomic’s strategies by mass spectrometry in order to identify, characterize and quantify proteins in samples of different complexity. Our scientific collaborators benefit from the technical and experimental knowledge of the facility’s engineers for their sample preparation, their mass spectrometry analysis on Orbitrap-type instruments but also for the bioinformatics treatment of the data with adapted tools.
Who can use the facility ?
The proteomics facility materializes the mutualisation of instruments dedicated to proteins analysis between 5 CNRS’ research units from the central universitary campus: 3 research units in IBMC (UPR9002-ARN, UPR3572-ICT et UPR9022-M3I), IBMP (Institut de Biologie Moléculaire des Plantes) and GMGM (Génétique Moléculaire, Génomique et Microbiologie, UMR7156). Analyses for external teams, at the national or intarnational level, are also carried out at the facility.