Mass spectrometry is an analytical method that can help to identify unknown compounds, quantify known compounds, clarify the structure of substances and determine information about their composition. Using this method, even ultra-low concentrations of substances can be researched, such as zeptomoles of proteins, which mathematically is notated 10-21 mol.

The Mass Spectrometry research facility helps the scientific community to perform individual research studies through the provision of complete proteomic services, including consulting, protein analyses and method development. The facility serves both local researchers and external academic partners as well as the commercial sector in the biomedical field.

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