last quinquennial period (2014-2019)
We are pleased to announce the release of ProteoRE 2.1, a user-oriented Galaxy-based instance, for the functional interpretation and exploration of proteomics data for biomedical research; This version now comprises 20 tools organized in 4 sections (data manipulation and visualization; add features/annotation; functional analysis; pathways analysis. All data sources have...
ProteoRE version 2.1 is released
Immunoassays are used for decades in clinical laboratories to quantify proteins in blood samples. However, MS-based proteomics analysis has recently appeared as a promising option to assess panels of protein biomarkers and provide protein profiles useful for health state monitoring. Nevertheless, the translation of MS-based proteomics into the clinics is...
This project aimed to push back the limits of mass range detection using Nano-Electro-Mechanical resonators (NEMS). NEMS were developed for various applications in electronics including tiny actuators and accelerometers. Their size and integration capabilities make them attractive as individual particle measurement devices. Mass sensing applications of NEMS were proposed as...
“Exploring the Dynamics of Proteomes” (EDyP) team has been active in the field of proteomics since its foundation in 1992 by Dr Jérôme Garin as the “Chimie des Protéines” laboratory. Since then, EDyP team has continuously developed mass spectrometry (MS)-based and computational strategies to finely and comprehensively characterize proteomes, in order to provide new insights in basic biology, biotechnology and translational research. EDyP team is located in the West campus of Grenoble and is currently supported by 3 governmental institutions: CEA, Inserm and Grenoble Alpes Université. EDyP team is also part of the “Proteomics French Infrastructure” ProFI.
Exploring the Dynamics of Proteomes (EDyP),
Laboratoire Biologie à Grande Echelle (BGE),
Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire de Grenoble (IRIG)