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30.04.2019 TMT labeling for the masses

We describe and evaluate a robust and cost-effective protocol for TMT labeling that reduces the quantity of required labeling reagent by a factor of eight and achieves complete labeling.[more]



28.04.2019 Emerging investigator award for PhD candidate

We are very happy to announce that Jana Zecha has been awarded the MCP early-career award by Molecular & Cellular Proteomics and is recognized as a rising star in proteomics. Congratulations![more]



29.03.2019 ERC Advanced Grant for Bernhard Küster

We are very excited to announce that Bernhard Küster and the lab have been awarded an ERC advanced grant for "Exploiting the Tumor Proteome Activity Status for Future Cancer Therapies".[more]



28.03.2019 DGPF price for outstanding dissertation

We congratulate Dr. Stephanie Heinzlmeir for being awarded with promotion prize of the German Society for Proteome Research (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Proteomforschung) for her outstanding dissertation.[more]



27.03.2019 Chemoproteomic selectivity profiling of PIKK and PI3K kinase inhibitors

Chemical proteomic approaches utilizing immobilized, broad-selective kinase inhibitors (Kinobeads) have proven valuable for the elucidation of a compound’s target profile often revealing potentially synergistic or toxic...[more]



11.03.2019 Open PhD and Post-Doc positions!

We are looking for motivated PostDocs and PhD students in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Information Systems.[more]



05.03.2019 A framework to enable classification of high-throughput experiments

Here we present CiRCus, a framework to generate custom machine learning models to classify results from high-throughput proteomics binding experiments.[more]



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