Fees (Proteomics)  

ServiceDescriptionKIMIT (non-KI)
Simple sample preparation Sample Digestion, in-gel or in-solution with standard enzyme* First sample: $100 Second sample: $50 Third to sixth sample: $25 each (applies to samples submitted together) First sample: $150 Second sample: $75
Third to sixth sample: $37.50 each (applies to samples submitted together)
Complex sample preparation Sample digestion with standard enzyme*, extensive sample cleanup** required (e.g. fractionation, desalting) First sample: $150 Second sample: $75 Third to sixth sample: $40 each (applies to samples submitted together) First sample: $225 Second sample: $112.50 Third to sixth sample: $60 each (applies to samples submitted together)
LC-MS analysis High-performance nanoflow HPLC fractionation of peptides with on-line LC-MS analysis $75 per sample $112.50 per sample
Basic data analysis Protein identification from database search Included with LC-MS analysis Included with LC-MS analysis
Medium complexity data analysis Protein characterization requiring non-automated interpretation of MS and MS/MS data $30 per sample $45 per sample
High complexity data analysis Protein quantitation (label-free or using isotopic or isobaric labels), GeLC analyses $55 per hour (with advance estimate) $82.50 per hour (with advance estimate)
MW determination by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry Intact protein molecular weight measurement – includes on-line sample desalting and deconvolution of electrospray data $75 per sample $112.50 per sample

* We have availabe trypsin, chymotrypsin or endoproteinase AspN for protein digestions; other enzymes may require an additional charge, which will be quoted in advance.

** We use ZipTips® and Centricon® centrifugal filter devices for sample desalting; other materials/media may require an additional charge, which will be quoted in advance.

Note: rates are set periodically, based on operating costs and in accordance with MIT and NCI policies. They are reviewed and approved annually by the MIT Office of Cost Analysis. Services are billed at the rate listed on the date of service delivery.