Transnational Access

accessAll access to proteomics technology is provided transnationally and access costs are paid by the EU. A total infrastructure of over 50 state-of-the-art mass spectrometers is available in the six Transnational Access sites of which over 15 Orbitrap and FT-ICR high resolution instruments. Different access sites will host projects with different requirements (e.g. PTM analysis, membrane protein analysis, native MS). Access is open to all researchers in EU Member States and Associated Countries.
  • 621 days of access to the Netherlands Proteomics Center (Utrecht, NL)
  • 380 days of access to VIB Proteomics Unit (Ghent, BE)
  • 433 days of access to Functional Genomics Center Zurich (ETH Zurich, CH)
  • 173 days of access to CRG Proteomics Unit (Barcelona, SP)
  • 183 days of access to Cambridge Centre for Proteomics (Cambridge, UK)
  • 181 days of access to CEA Proteomics Unit (Grenoble, FR)
  • 1971 total days of transnational access to be provided over 4 years

Unit of Access PRIME-XS:

A unit of access in PRIME-XS is defined as a day of (supervised) work, covering aspects of the agreed proteomics experiment, including but not limited to (1) sample preparation, (2) LC-MS/MS analysis and (3) data processing and analysis.