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Prof. Dr. Matthias Mann

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Phone:+49 89 8578-2557Fax:+49 89 8578-2219
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The Summer School will provide hands-on training in computational analysis of proteomics data generated by high-resolution mass spectrometry

MaxQuant Summerschool 2014

The Summer School will provide hands-on training in computational analysis of proteomics data generated by high-resolution mass spectrometry [more]

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Department of Proteomics and Signal Transduction

Matthias Mann Lab

 

ABOUT US

The department of proteomics and signal transduction develops and applies methods of mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics in a variety of biological areas.

It is led by Matthias Mann, who moved here in 2005 from earlier stations at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and from the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). He is also affiliated with the NNF Center for Protein Research (University of Copenhagen).

NEWS
<p><span>In 2014 NNF Center for Protein Research once again hosts the Copenhagen Bioscience Conference in PTMs in Cell Signaling in collaboration with the Novo Nordisk Foundation</span></p>

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Copenhagen Bioscience Conference

In 2014 NNF Center for Protein Research once again hosts the Copenhagen Bioscience Conference in PTMs in Cell Signaling in collaboration with the Novo Nordisk Foundation

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Complete proteome analysis and its uses in cell biology and biomedicine

Research talk at the Nobel Foundation, Stockholm, 17 October 2013

We have contributed a chapter to the book CIRCADIAN CLOCKS Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology edited by Martha Merrow and Achim Kramer

We review the proteomics approaches applied to date in the circadian field, and we also discuss the exciting potential of using cutting-edge proteomics technology in circadian biology.

Maria S. Robles and Matthias Mann, Proteomic Approaches in Circadian Biology in Circadian Clocks (Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology) 2013


Direct proteomic quantification of the secretome of activated immune cells.

Science. 2013 Apr 26

Eavesdropping on Immune Cells - Max Planck Scientists Analyze How the Immune System Communicates

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PubMed

The Coming Age of Complete, Accurate, and Ubiquitous Proteomes

Molecular Cell, Volume 49, Issue 4, 583-590, 21 February 2013
Mann M, Kulak N, Nagaraj N, Cox J

High-resolution mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics has progressed tremendously over the years. For model organisms like yeast, we can now quantify complete proteomes in just a few hours.

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EU Grant Awarded for Dementia Research

Max Planck Researchers receive 13.9 Million Euros in EU funding. The ERC Synergy Grant is the most highly endowed research grant of the European Union and was awarded this year for the first time.[more]

 

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We have contributed a chapter to the Handbook of Systems Biology, edited by Marian Walhout, Job Dekker and Marc Vidal:  

 

Marco Hein, Kirti Sharma, Jürgen Cox and Matthias Mann, Proteomic Analysis of Cellular Systems, in Handbook of Systems Biology, 2013  

 

 

New Insights into a Virus Proteome

Max Planck Scientists Identify Unknown Proteins of the Herpesvirus[more]

 

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