The research in the Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics groups focuses on the use of mass spectrometry to understand the inner workings of cells. Mass spectrometry enables the characterization of molecules that are present in cells and allows thereby the identification and characterization of proteins and other biomolecules that work together and are involved in cellular processes and in disease. The group houses an excellent array of state-of-the-art mass spectrometers, combined with extensive protein and peptide separation methods. The group has a world-renown expertise in the analysis of protein-ligand, protein-protein and protein-DNA analysis by mass spectrometry. Therefore, dedicated mass spectrometers and LC methods have been and are developed allowing the analysis of the structure and function of protein machineries.

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9 May 2019
Algae can convert up to 98 percent of the solar energy. Through mass spectrometry, it has now become clear how.
Professor Joshua Coon
18 September 2018
Professor Coon is one of the most prominent researchers in Proteomics worldwide.
3 September 2018
Both Albert Heck and Wim Goettsch will lead a large European research project, Alexandre Bonvin and Aletta Kraneveld both are partner in a project

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Events

Vlag Universiteit Utrecht
27 May 2019 12:45 - 13:45
PhD defence of Bart van Beusekom
Vlag Universiteit Utrecht
29 May 2019 14:30 - 15:30
PhD defence of Aurelia de Vries Schultink
29 May 2019 15:00 - 17:00
Lecture series by Debye Visiting Chair prof. Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard University)

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