Our infrastructure

Chalmers Mass Spectrometry Infrastructure

Providing cutting edge and efficient quantitative mass spectrometry and structural identification analyses for researchers


The National Facility for Exposomics at SciLifeLab is coordinated by Stockholm University and the Department of Environmental Science (ACES).

National Bioinformatics Infrastructure (NBIS)

Provides custom-tailored support with analysis of metabolomics data generated at SciLifeLab or elsewhere, as well as tools and training.

Swedish Metabolomics Centre (SMC)

Performs targeted and untargeted mass spectrometry based analysis of metabolites and lipids. The focus is tailor-made solutions for researchers.

Swedish NMR Centre

Through studying bioliquids (plasma, urine, CSF) and intact tissue biopsies we can describe an organism’s metabolome and its variation due to diseases, lifestyle etc.

Last updated: 2024-01-24

Content Responsible: Lars Johansson(lars.johansson@scilifelab.se)