“MIP/Biomarker” Workshop

Jørgen Petersen (Participant)

Activity: Attending an eventOrganisation or participation in workshops, courses or seminars

Description

"Robust affinity materials for applications In proteomics and diagnostics" (PEPMIP) is a European research project co-financed by the European Commission in the 7th Framework Programme (Marie Curie Initial Training Network). PEPMIP is a collaboration project involving eleven European partner institutions within Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and the UK which concentrates on creating robust materials for applications in proteomics and diagnostics, with particular focus on artificial receptors developed by various molecular imprinting techniques. The research objective of the PEPMIP project is the development of the next generation of dedicated separation materials, designed to recognize peptides and proteins, and the implementation of these materials in new high-performance methods for peptide and protein analysis. Artificial receptors will be developed by various molecular imprinting techniques. This will be supplemented by a new class of generic peptide and protein fractionation tools that will be integrated in new formats to produce new protein/peptide separation and detection solutions.
Period28. Nov 201229. Nov 2012
Event typeWorkshop
LocationBochum, Germany