zachposs

Zach completed his PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Colorado, studying mechanisms of transcription regulation with diverse methods. He currently works as a postdoc doing proteomics and neurobiology with a little transcription mixed in. He also enjoys writing, particularly when experiments aren’t working very well in the lab.

Articles by zachposs:

Proteomics and Good Mass Spectrometry Data

It is currently possible to analyze thousands of proteins in a single sample using mass spectrometry (MS) and a database of predicted protein sequences, referred to as ‘bottom-up’ proteomics. With this technology, you can measure protein levels and interactions. Also, you can examine changes in post-translational modifications (PTMs) and isoforms (in an unbiased manner). Working with…

14 Mar 2017 Protein Expression & Analysis