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Notice

Due to the recent oubreak of the coronavirus COVID-19, access to the MSPC is restricted. No visitors are allowed.

Similarly, and until further notice, visits to the ofices of Dr. Artigues or Dr. Villar are not allowed. If you are in need of a direct conversation, please request a phone, skype, facetime or zoom meeting.

Sample delivery: During working hours there will be a table ouside the lab to deposit samples. Please send an e-mail with date and approximate time of delivery.

To start a new project or to request more information, please contact Dr. Artigues or Dr. Villar:


The MSPC Laboratory is part of the Kansas Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (KIDDRC) and is located in 1058 Hemenway.

Since opening in 2004, our team continues to specialize at interfacing with researchers to customize mass spectrometry designs that fit their individual needs. Although we welcome general proteomics evaluations and protein identification designs, we also have extensive experience with top end mass spectrometry applications, such quantitation techniques, hydrogen/deuterium exchange, and oxidative footprinting. Recent equipment updates include an Orbitrap Fusion Lumos (ThermoFisher Scientific), enhancing both our sample throughput and sensitivity. We look forward to working with researchers in the KUMC community as well as researchers not associated with our campus.

To start a new project or to request more information, please contact Dr. Artigues or Dr. Villar:

Mass Spectrometry/Proteomics Core Laboratory

University of Kansas Medical Center
Mass Spectrometry/Proteomics Core Laboratory
1058 Hemenway
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, Kansas 66160