Proteins at Work
large scale analysis of proteins
and their interactions in relation to biological functions
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Proteins At Work provides access to state-of-the-art proteomics technology, equipment and expertise to researchers in the life sciences from academia and industry.

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Proteins At Work has a research programme for proteomics technology development and highly demanding application projects. At the core site in Utrecht, researchers will develop novel proteomics technolgies which are required to answer the biomedical questions of the future. In addition, dedicated researchers will be employed on selected proteomics application projects, in close collaboration with biomedical researchers. 

Albert Heck named honory member of Spanish Proteomics Society

Albert Heck named honory member of Spanish Proteomics Society

Professor Albert J.R. Heck has received an honory membership of the Spanish Proteomics Society.
Important activation step to cancer revealed

Important activation step to cancer revealed

Researchers at Utrecht University have revealed structural changes in a receptor that plays a key role in many types of cancer.
Proteins at work - the fascinating world of proteomics

Proteins at work - the fascinating world of proteomics

The Netherlands Proteomics Centre and the lab of Prof. Albert Heck at Utrecht University together made a video about proteomics research. Please have a look!
Thousands of interactions between proteins in human cells identified

Thousands of interactions between proteins in human cells identified

Thanks to the work by Fan Liu and her colleagues, it is now possible to map the interactions between proteins in human cells. The results of their research were published in Nature Methods on 28 September.

Proteins At Work is a programme of the Netherlands Proteomics Centre and is made possible by NWO and Utrecht University

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