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Laboratory for Biological Mass Spectrometry (LBMS) Core

Overview of Services

The Texas A&M University Laboratory for Biological Mass Spectrometry (LBMS) is located in the Interdisciplinary Life Science Building (room 1172) and is dedicated to providing cutting-edge technology and expertise for the characterization of molecules to fulfill the needs of researchers at TAMU. Mass spectrometry (MS) plays an increasingly important role in molecular level research, and it is central to ‘omics’ research, i.e., petroleomics, proteomics, metabolomics, lipidomics, glycomics, etc and the LBMS provides expert staff with modern instrumentation to complete these tasks . In addition, the research capabilities of the facility are accessible to non-TAMU users; academic, government and industry through a fee-for-service format. We strongly encourage researchers to consult with us about their project first, before samples are submitted for analysis.

Leadership

David H. Russell, PhD, Director
(979) 845-3345
russell@chem.tamu.edu

 

Xueyun Zheng, Associate Research Scientist
(979) 458-0333
xueyun.zheng@tamu.edu

 

Doyong Kim, Postdoc Research Associate
(979) 458-0333
doyong.kim@chem.tamu.edu

Location and hours of operation

Hours      Location

Open Hours:
Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm 

     301 Old Main Dr.
     3474 TAMU
     ILSB Rm 1172
     College Station, TX 77843-3474

 

Links and Resources

  1. http://ilsbms.tamu.edu/

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Xueyun Zheng
Associate Research Scientist
 
(979) 458-0333
 
xueyun.zheng@tamu.edu
 
ILSB 1172
 

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