La Jolla Interdisciplinary
Neuroscience Center Core

The La Jolla Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Center (LJINCC) program is comprised of a four institute consortium. By bringing together the finest minds from Sanford/Burnham Medical Research Institute, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, The Scripps Research Institute and UCSD, the scientific community in La Jolla and the surrounding San Diego communities enjoy an unprecedented level of support in the neuroscientific field.

We provide proteomics services in the following areas:

  1. Large scale protein identifications using MudPIT
  2. Protein differential expression analysis using single phase LC/MSMS or MudPIT
    1. Label-free
    2. Stable isotope metabolic labeling
    3. Chemical isobaric labeling
  3. Posttranslational modification analysis (PTM)
    1. PTM using CID
    2. PTM using ETD4.
  4. Targeted quantitative analysis using multiple reaction monitoring (MRM)
  5. Intact protein analysis
For access to core services visit the LJINCC website.

What is the LJINCC?

By pooling the resources from over 100 labs from the four San Diego institutions and by allowing investigators access to many of each other's Core Facilities, the LJINCC hopes to advance the study of the nervous system and develop treatments for related diseases.

What is the NIH Blueprint Program?

The Blueprint for Neurosciences Research, is an NIH funded grant beneath the LJINCC umbrella. The grant supports core technology facilities for researchers studying the nervous system and isled by the team of Stuart Lipton, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Center for Neuroscience, Aging and Stem Cell Research at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research, and Stephen Heinemann, Ph.D., Professor in the Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.

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