Back To: Home : Featured Technology : Reagents/Proteins

CLICK HERE FOR WHAT'S NEW IN:
 

ISB and ETH Zurich create map of the human proteome
November 2010
SHARING OPTIONS:

SEATTLE—The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) recently announced that they completed the first phase of generating a complete map of the human proteome by mass spectrometry. According to the groups, they have generated "gold standard" reference mass spectrometry spectra for each of the 20,300 genes currently annotated as protein encoding in the human genome. This reference map will enable researchers to detect and quantify any human protein in any biological sample using targeted mass spectrometry techniques such as selected reaction monitoring and to analyze data generated by the classical discovery mass spectrometry techniques faster and more reliably. Data will be made accessible to the research community through the ISB/ETH SRMAtlas database as part of the ISB/ETH PeptideAtlas project. Agilent Technologies and AB/SCIEX provided instrument support to ISB and ETH Zurich, respectively. Thermo-Fisher, JPT and OriGene provided purified human proteins.

Back


PAGE UTILITIES


CONTACT US
DDNEWS
478 Bay Street, Suite A213
Midland, Ontario, Canada L4R 1K9
Ph: 888-781-0328 |  Fax: 705-528-0270
 
© Copyright 2020 Old River Publications LLC. All righs reserved.  |  Web site managed and designed by OffWhite.