Protein Chemistry Laboratory
Texas A&M University
Department of Biochemistry
    & Biophysics,  Rooms 440-442
300 Olsen Blvd.
TAMU 2128
College Station, TX  77843-2128

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Director
Larry Dangott
ljdangott@tamu.edu
Office phone: 979-845-2965
Lab phone: 979-845-2433
Fax: 979-845-8015

TAMU Protein Chemistry Lab

The Protein Chemistry Laboratory is a core resource facility created and partially funded under the auspices of the Office of the Vice President for Research of Texas A&M University

Our Mission:

  • To support and advance protein chemistry and proteomics research throughout the Texas A&M University System.
  • To provide state-of-the-art instrumentation, systems, software, technical expertise and training for the application of modern molecular biological technologies as a means to drive cutting-edge research at Texas A&M University.
  • To help our clients to succeed.
 Our Core Strengths:
  • Technology application and development
  • Professional full-time personnel
  • Focus on service
The Markets We Serve:
  • All scientists, students and collaborators within the Texas A&M academic community.
  • Non-Texas A&M Univesity academic scientists.
  • Commercial clients.

The laboratory operates as a fee-for-service facility and accepts samples on a first-come-first-served basis from faculty, scientists and students of Texas A&M, other educational institutions and industrial scientists. Main campus users are given preference whenever possible as the facility exists primarily to support of Texas A&M research.

The PCL has an advisory committee of committed faculty members.  Learn more information about the PCL User Committee.

TAMU PCL News
Amino Acid Analysis will be spotty in December -

Jinny Johnson will be in and out of the lab in December.  The lab will be open until the 22nd and samples will be received but there is a large backlog of samples for amino acid analysis and we regret to say that we will not likely be able to give the timely service for which we have been known for this month.


Christmas Holidays -

The Protein Laboratory will be closed, along with the university from December 23 through Jan 1st.

We hope that all our collaborators have a safe and joyous holiday.