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Charles Tanford Protein Center

"The Charles Tanford Protein Center (CTP) is a research building of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg that is dedicated to protein research. The CTP houses groups from three different faculties: the Faculty of Natural Sciences I (seven groups from the Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology and one from the Institute of Pharmacy), the Faculty of Natural Sciences II (one group from the Institute of Chemistry) and the Medical Faculty (Institute of Molecular Medicine)...."

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Center of Structural Mass Spectrometry - Branch of the Charles Tanford Protein Center (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg) © Christian Arlt

Center of Structural Mass Spectrometry

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Funding for new Research Training Group RTG 2467 „Intrinsically Disordered Proteins – Molecular Principles, Cellular Functions, and Diseases“

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Editorial Article: How to overcome challenges with XL-MS to study whole proteomes

"Structural mass spectrometry is being used increasingly in the field of structural biology, with one central technique being chemical cross-linking in combination with mass spectrometry (XL-MS) which is used to map protein conformations and study protein-protein interactions.... "

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"Cross-linking Mass Spectrometry: A Key Player in the Structural Biologist's Toolbox"

"Single proteins, protein complexes, and the interactions between proteins are a fundamental component of the cellular processes that underlie the physiological function of an organism. Structural biology places emphasis on blueprints; if we understand and can deconstruct the blueprint of a molecule or complex..."

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Andrea Sinz receives the Fresenius Award of the GDCh

"Prof. Dr. Andrea Sinz, Pharmazeutin und Proteinforscherin an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), erhält den Fresenius-Preis 2019. Damit würdigt die Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker Sinz für ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit auf dem Gebiet der Protein-Massenspektrometrie...."

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"Proteinforschung - Neue Ansätze im Kampf gegen den Krebs"

"Noch nie war die Zahl der Krebskranken so hoch, aber auch noch nie war der Stand der Forschung so gut. Am Proteinzentrum in Halle jagen die Forscher ein Protein, das auffälig oft in bösartigen Tumoren vorkommt...."

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