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large scale analysis of proteins
and their interactions in relation to biological functions

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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!

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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.

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Prestigious American Chemical Society award for Albert Heck
Prestigious American Chemical Society award for Albert Heck The American Chemical Society has honoured Albert Heck with the ‘ACS Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievements in Mass Spectrometry’.

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Unprecedented cooperation cracks the programming of the cell
Unprecedented cooperation cracks the programming of the cell An international consortium including Prof. Albert Heck, has uncovered the molecular events underlying cellular reprogramming. The results are published in 5 scientific articles in Nature and Nature Communications.

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Albert Heck new EMBO Member
Albert Heck new EMBO Member Albert J.R. Heck, coordinator of Proteins At Work and Professor Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics at the Science Faculty of Utrecht University, has been elected by EMBO as a new member.

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