The Centre for Proteome Research (CPR) is a state-of-the-art research lab. We are keen to push the boundaries of proteomic mass spectrometry and we are proud of our foundation of excellence. We address a range of challenges in protein mass spectrometry and proteomics as applied to biological and biomedical sciences, including quantitative, post-translational modification (PTM), single cell and virus interactions.

The CPR also acts in part as a shared research facility under Liverpool Shared Research Facilities (LIV_SRF).

The centre operates 11 mass spectrometry platforms as well as the necessary on and offline separation technologies for proteins and peptides. These support a wide range of proteomic analyses. Led by our academic leads, our extensive experience spans the range of protein quantification, protein modification analysis, single-cell proteomics, structural mass spectrometry and more.

The proteomics facility offers full consultancy and support, from experimental planning to data analysis. We take pride in our work and want you to get the best quality data using the most appropriate techniques. If you are not sure what you want or how to do it, get in touch and we will be happy to discuss your requirements with you.

If you are interested in collaborating with the CPR, or accessing any of our facilities, please contact Professor Claire EyersDr Ed Emmott or Dr Phillip Brownridge.

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