The UAB O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center Mass Spectrometry/Proteomics(MSP) Shared Resource (SR) offers access to capabilities that are not available in individual Cancer Center member laboratories.

The MSP-SR is currently organized into five modules in order to provide the highest quality of services and cutting-edge technologies in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The modules are defined as 1. Administrative & Laboratory Management, 2. Experimental Design & Sample Preparation, 3. Discovery Proteomic Analysis, 4. Statistics, Bioinformatics, & Reporting, 5. Manuscripts, Grants, & Education with each module supported by seasoned and specialized administration, technical services, and consultation.

The MSP-SR is highly integrated into various research projects at O’Neal and is an essential component of O’Neal. The goal of the O'Neil MSP Shared Resource is to continue to provide state-of-the-art capabilities in mass spectrometry, proteomics, and bioanalytical technologies to support the research needs of O’Neal investigators.



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The Heersink School of Medicine, the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the Department of Anesthesiology has graciously donated funds toward the purchase of a new High-Resolution Q Exactive HF-x Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for the O’Neal MSP-SR.

This instrument will greatly aid our continuous drive to 1) better our understanding of cancer biology, 2) identify early biomarkers of disease, and 3) improve our constant challenge of identifying new and better drug targets – we give a huge thank you to all that contributed!!