Since its foundation, Marseille Proteomics (MaP) has been constantly evolving in its areas of expertise to respond to the rapid growth of technologies and methodological approaches observed in recent years in the field of proteomics and mass spectrometry.
MaP's area of expertise encompasses different fields of proteomics, from the description of more or less complex proteomes to the relative quantification of proteins in complex mixtures and identifying post-translational modifications.
The technologies made available enable the identification, characterization (whole mass, sequences, isoforms, post-translational modifications) of proteins, the relative quantitative proteomics by mass spectrometry with or without labelling (TMT, iTRAQ, SILAC / labelFree, DIA), complexomics and interactomics studies, structural proteomics and mass spectrometry imaging.
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Marseille Protéomique (MaP) is a three-site proteomics facility, which besides mass spectrometry offers a wide panel of complementary techniques for protein identification and characterization, biomolecule quantification, biomarker discovery, binding studies imaging, structural proteomics and bioinformatics services. MaP is the main proteomics facility in the Région Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (PACA) region, which offers collaborative and fee-for-service opportunities for basic and clinical research but also for industry. MaP covers a large experimental field from oncology, immunology, and microbiology specific of each MaP component. PACA is in the third position in France for life science research and this dynamic scientific and medical environment brings to MaP numerous opportunities of collaborations at the regional level.
MaP was founded in 2007, certified in 2008 by the National Infrastructures in Biology, Health and Agronomy IBiSA and certified in 2013 by Aix-Marseille Université. It is composed of three platforms located at three different sites in proximity with the major CNRS, INSERM, Aix-Marseille Université research centres as well as the “for non profite private health establishments of collective interest” (Etablissement de Santé Privé d'Intérêt Collectif (ESPIC)) Paoli Calmettes Institute (Centre de lutte contre le cancer (CLCC)).
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If you want to submit a project to the MaP platform, please fill the form below to send us an email. Please describe in detail your project and provide key information about your project: biological questions, hypotheses, reference lists, similar proteomics studies (if known). Possibly, you can also mention the proteomic strategy that you think is best suited to answer your biological questions.
You will be contacted by MaP staff within two weeks to schedule a preliminary meeting at which the following points will be discussed: scientific and technical approaches prior to proteomics analysis, feasibility of the project, duration and resources (human, financial, technical). The MaP team will advise you on the best proteomics strategy to use and on the nature of our expertise that we can offer you.
It is important to note that for applications for funding (ANR and others), we can depending on our participation in the project appear as a partner. In any case, it is strongly advised to contact us as soon as possible to discuss the project and allow us to add our expertise and added value in proteomics to the project.