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Mass spectrometer at OHSU

Definition
A mass spectrometer is an instrument which is used to measure the mass to charge ratio of ions. All mass spectrometers consist of three basic parts: an ion source, a mass analyzer, and a detector system. The stages within the mass spectrometer are: 1. Production of ions from the sample 2. Separation of ions with different masses 3. Detection of the number of ions of each mass produced 4.Collection of data to generate the mass spectrum
Subcategories
Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry platform, Tandem mass spectrometer
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Bioanalytical Shared Resource/Pharmacokinetics Core Laboratory

Department of Physiology & Pharmacology, Contact: Koop, Dennis, Ph.D.

  • Thermo TSQ Quantum LC/MS/MS System
 

Flow Cytometry Shared Resource

Contact: Boyd, Miranda

  • DVS Sciences CyTOF mass cytometer
 

Proteomics Shared Resource Core Laboratory

Contact: David, Larry, Ph.D.

  • Thermo Fisher LTQ spectrometer
  • Thermo Fisher LTQ VELOS mass spectrometer
  • Thermo Fisher LTQ VELOS Pro spectrometer