Welcome to the UC Davis Proteomics Core Facility

We Provide state of the art LC-MS/MS analysis including Protein ID, Proteomics Profiling, Targeted Proteomics and Post Translational Modification analysis for clients on and off campus. We provide services at a reasonable rate (we try and break even) and a reasonable turn around time. In addition, we are always here to call and ask questions about your data. Or even if the data is not ours and you want to ask us about it anyway.

Any Questions? Contact Us.

1414 of the Genome and Biomedical Sciences Facility and can be reached by phone (530) 754-9474 or by text (530) 771-7055, e-mail, twitter, fleep (@brett.phinney), or the Chat button down at the bottom. Fleet is my new favorite as it’s easier to keep track of conversations.  If you want to keep tabs on what we are up to, we frequently update our proteomics blog and post on Twitter. Hope to see you there!


General info about the core including our missions statement

Our summer short course for 2019 is now offically over.


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Our shipping address is
Proteomics Core Facility
Room 1414 GBSF
451 E. Health Sciences Dr.
University of California
Davis, CA 95616

Please do not use US Mail to send samples, they will go to central receiving and get delayed




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