Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry

Dr. Uwe Linne

Faculty. of Chemistry
Hans-Meerwein-Str. 4
35043 Marburg
+49-6421 28 25618 (office) or 25526 (lab) (


The mass spectrometric Core Facility at the faculty of Chemistry supports your research competently with the analysis of small molecules up to intact proteins. Please find detailed information on the possible applications under “Applications” .

Sample submission

For mass spectrometric samples the is an online submission form available. Please note that there are different forms for small molecules ( and protein analytics (
For login data please ask you colleagues or us. Login data can also be found within the UMRnet:
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any problems filling the forms.


For consumables we charge some money for the measurements. A table of the costs for the different types of measurements can be found here. We usually send invoices to the corresponding group leaders two times a year for samples measured within January – June and July – December.

Additional information

Please find more detailed information here. (currently this additional information is only available in german)

Dr. Uwe Linne with lab technicians Jan Bamberger, Tina Krieg, Yvonne Ullrich and Heike Mallinger

Recent Publications

Weber A, Dam S, Saul VV, Kuznetsova I, Müller C, Fritz-Wolf K, Becker K, Linne U, Gu H, Stokes MP, Pleschka S, Kracht M, Schmitz ML (2019) Phosphoproteome Analysis of Cells Infected with Adapted and Nonadapted Influenza A Virus Reveals Novel Pro- and Antiviral Signaling Networks. J Virol. 93: e00528-19

Robledo M, Schlüter JP, Loehr LO, Linne U, Albaum SP, Jiménez-Zurdo JI, Becker A (2018) An sRNA and Cold Shock Protein Homolog-Based Feedforward Loop Post-transcriptionally Controls Cell Cycle Master Regulator CtrA. Front Microbiol. 9: 763

Deinzer HT, Linne U, Xie X, Bölker M, Sandrock B (2019) Elucidation of substrate specificities of decorating enzymes involved in mannosylerythritol lipid production by cross-species complementation. Fungal Genet Biol. 130: 91-97

SYNMIKRO Young Researchers Groups

Almost all scientific members of SYNMIKRO are actively involved in DFG’s Collaborative Research Centers (Sonderforschungsbereiche), Research Training Groups (Graduiertenkollegs), or other Cooperative Research projects. Alongside performing adventurous experiments, and reporting excellent science, SYNMIKRO substantially promotes potential Young Research Group Leaders by constantly keeping its doors open to welcome and support Young Researchers planning to set up an Independent Research Group.
Our Young Research Groups