Rutgers ORA

Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED)

Analysis (e.g. nutrition)

Department : Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

The facility is directed by Dr. Peter Lobel and has state-of the art instrumentation that can be used either directly by users or by facility staff for the analysis of biological samples. Services include:
Protein identification Gel based: (1D and 2D coommassie and silver stained gels)
Solution based (simple and complex mixtures)
Characterization of post translational modification Phosphorylation site analysis
Methylation site analysis
Analysis of other potential modifications
Protein structure analysis H-D exchange
Limited proteolysis

Department : New Jersey Medical School (NJMS)

The Center for Advanced Proteomics Research (CAPR) is equipped with state-of-the-art proteomics instruments and bioinformatics systems for protein structure and function analysis.

With a grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), CAPR is able to operate the NeuroProteomics Core Facility within CAPR. NINDS-funded investigators of Rutgers University can receive proteomics services from this Core at no or reduced cost.

 

 

Department : Rutgers - School of Engineering (Consortium)

The Engineering Research Center for Structured Organic Particulate Systems (C-SOPS) brings together a cross-disciplinary team of engineers and scientists as well as industry leaders to improve the way pharmaceuticals, foods and agriculture products are manufactured. C-SOPS will focus on advancing the scientific foundation for the optimal design of SOPS with advanced functionality while developing the methodologies for their active control and manufacturing (see http://ercforsops.org/ ).

Department : Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

The Circular Dichroism (CD) Facility serves members of the academic and industrial communities, and is one of few available to the scientific community on a pay-for-service basis.

Our mission is to make the facility widely available, to ensure collection of high quality data for meaningful analysis and interpretation. In addition, we educate and train scientists in the applications of CD and use of the instrument. Since its inception, more than 100 investigators have used the facility, resulting in hundreds of publications.

 

Department : Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute ( EOHSI )

The EOHSI Analytical Chemistry Core Laboratory is a state-of-the-art chromatographic and mass spectrometric facility designed to support the Institute’s investigators and collaborators with methods development for assays of environmental contaminants or their metabolites.  The Analytical Chemistry Core Laboratory specializes in the development and evaluation of novel analytical methodologies which may be applied to current and future EOHSI projects.  The Analytical Chemistry Core Laboratory also provides expert consultation on sample collection and analysis, quality assuranc