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Gygi Lab
research group developing methods and tech in the fields of mass spectrometry and proteomics. Account managed by postdocs and student.
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Devin Schweppe Mar 30
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Gygi Lab Mar 24
Join with all of us in the in supporting in !
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Ed Huttlin Mar 24
Are you excited about mass spectrometry and all the cool ways it can help us to study biology, chemistry, physics, medicine, astronomy, and so much more? Be sure to vote in the - and support !
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Ed Huttlin Mar 22
Congratulations to the and their international team of collaborators on this exceedingly important work!
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Marseille Proteomics Mar 17
In these moments of containment because of , we propose you some scientific readings in . Today the new paper from on the new reagents. More channels for more liberty in experimental designs ...
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Miguel A Prado Mar 16
Another great paper from Lane lab at . Incredible amount of work by . Well deserved and really proud of you!! Huge congratulations to all authors. Also thanks to the entire , as I always say... It is a pleasure to work with you guys!!
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Gygi Lab Mar 16
Congratulations to Jiaming Li, Joao Paulo, and all other members on this work! Increased multiplexing makes isobaric labeling even more powerful for addressing important biological questions with precision quantitation at proteomic scale.
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Ed Huttlin Mar 11
Here's the first preprint I've seen describing study of infection in human cells, including quantitative profiling of protein expression changes during infection, from and colleagues. It's great to see research in this important area advancing so quickly!
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Devin Schweppe Mar 9
Real-time search (RTS) for multiplexed proteomics doubles acquisition speed and improves quantitative accuracy (win-win!). With Jimmy Eng, we applied a new version of Comet for adaptive RTS to quantify >8000 proteins across 10 proteomes in 18 hrs:
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Gygi Lab Mar 10
Very cool work from uses single-ion (one!) CD-MS to reveal the complex landscapes of proteoforms and analyze whole viral particles!
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Gygi Lab Mar 9
Check out this paper from Katherine Richeson and ! The (specifically Joao Paulo) are happy to have helped out with the project.
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Ed Huttlin Mar 6
I agree! And if you need some clues about those unknown proteins, look up the proteins they interact with in our protein interaction network! Our network covers about 70% of human genes, so you can find insights into most of them.
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Matthew Hirschey Mar 6
Seriously ...a lot of genes out there waiting to be `discovered`.
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Gygi Lab Mar 5
Congratulations to Alban and !
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Ed Huttlin Mar 4
I’m sorry to hear that has been cancelled - I was definitely looking forward to the meeting. But I thank all the organizers for their hard work and for making this prudent decision under difficult circumstances. I’ll look forward to conferences in future years!
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Harvard Med Cell Bio Feb 28
Ever wonder how pervasive redox regulation of protein function is during aging? faculty and provide a new proteomics analysis of redox modifications and identify numerous pathways regulated by oxidation in the Oximouse.
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Gygi Lab Feb 27
We are happy to point out that our latest collaboration with and his lab is out today in Cell. See his thread below for the details!
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Journal of Proteome Research Feb 26
Applying a notched injection waveform improves proteome depth with excellent coverage of low-abundance proteins. Read more about how this method improves proteome identification and quantification with fast spectral acquisition rates.
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Gygi Lab Feb 18
Congratulations to , , and former lab member Simonas Savickas on an interesting and fruitful collaboration!
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