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Overview

The M.J. Murdock Metabolomics Laboratory (MML) is an analytical center for metabolomics research at the Institute of Biological Chemistry (IBC) on the Pullman campus of Washington State University (WSU). The laboratory is co-directed by IBC faculty Mark Lange , David Gang, and Norman Lewis.

The MML is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation for chromatographic separations (CE, GC, HPLC, UHPLC) and metabolite detection/identification (QTOF-MS, Triple Quad.-MS, Ion Mobility-MS, Ion Trap-MS, MALDI-Imaging-MS).  The MML also hosts equipment for sample preparation, including single cell isolation technology (Laser Capture Microdissection). For a listing of resources click on the "Instrumentation" tab.

Contact Information

For general questions regarding analytical capabilities, please contact Dr. Mark Lange, (509) 335-3794, lange-m@wsu.edu. If you are inteerested in using specific instruments, click on the "Instrumentation" tab and contact the principal investigator listed next to the instrument description.

The Murdock Metabolomics Laboratory received its name in honor of the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust,
which has awarded critical equipment grants to IBC faculty.