Welcome to the Centre for Proteome Research at The University of Liverpool. We are a well equipped lab, led by two academics, addressing a range of challenges in protein mass spectrometry and proteomics as applied to biology and biomedical sciences. The CPR is also a Shared Research Facility within the University’s Technology Directorate.
We are working hard to support open access and open data initiatives, and deposit raw data in [PRIDE]. You can find our submitted datasets elsewhere on the ProteomeExchange site [HERE]. If you want to see why making data available is important, look [here] and [here], in that order.
We have a number of PhD studentships to work with Claire, please check here or send Claire an email.
At the end of each year we produce a poster that captures our research outputs for the year, and also collates all of our main events, outreach, STEM activities etc. If you’d like to see these posters, then look for [EVENTS 2017] and [PUBS 2017] (PDF files). You can find our papers here (main menu, Papers) and pick up news information here.
Personalia and other news (to see all news items, jump [here])
Welcome New PhD students
A big welcome to Natalie, Lauren, Max, Sean who are starting their PhD studies with CPR. Also, a warm welcome to Dani Vileigas, a visitor from Sao Paolo.
Congratulations Drs Hardman, Bennett and Pattison
Three more PhD graduates from CPR - congratulations to all of you!
Congratulations Team CPR!
Grace, Rosie and Iris entered the Biotechnology YES scheme. They were one of the two teams chosen to go forward to the next stage at the Royal Society in London. Here, they won the prize for ‘Best Considered IP Strategy’
Recent publications (to see all our papers jump [here])
Rob and Vicky have published a new paper in which, with Japanese colleagues from Ehime University, they show that it is possible to make QconCATS in cell-free systems, and more importantly, to make up to 150 in a single reaction! They call this new technique MEERCAT! [paper here]
New paper by Claire and Andy Jarnuczak, with colleagues in Manchester, on the proteomics of proteostasis during heat shock [paper here]
Exciting new preprint from Gemma and Claire on deep mining of the phosphoproteome here.
Grace’s first paper, concluding a fascinating study on a rather unusual protein in urine of mouse lemurs, has now been published [HERE].
Web resources for proteomics
Pastel Biosciences have compiled an impressive set of web resources for proteomics. [HERE]