HUPO 2018

Joost Snijder is an invited speaker in the ‘New Technological Advancements in Proteomics’ session at HUPO 2018. He will present his work on integrating mass spectrometry and electron microscopy data to study viral glycoproteins and antibody interactions.

HUPO 2018 will take place between September 30th and October 3th in Orlando, Florida, USA.

More information can be found on the HUPO 2018 website.

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Mapping membrane protein palmitoylation by native mass spectrometry

Palmitoylation of membrane proteins can be monitored by native mass spectrometry. A report from the labs of Piet Gros and Albert Heck of Utrecht University in The Netherlands, published today in Nature Communications, shows how native MS can be utilized to understand the post-translational modification in membrane proteins. The team demonstrates that any cysteine within 8 Å of the membrane gets palmitoylated, without the requirement for a specific sequence motif. The findings shed light on the biochemical requirements for membrane protein palmitoylation and could be of particular interest to protein design and engineering.

Snijder Bioscience can help you adopt native mass spectrometry to analyze membrane proteins. Fill in the contact form for a free introductory consult and learn more about this exciting new application of mass spec to monitor post-translational modifications.

Integrating mass spectrometry and cryo electron microscopy for structural biology

The latest issue of Science Magazine contains a collection of articles on integrative structural biology, sponsored by Thermo Scientific, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of mass spectrometers and electron microscopes.

The collection features articles about the roles of mass spectrometry and cryo electron microscopy as complementary techniques in structural biology. It includes a recent Science paper by Joost Snijder on the biological clock of cyanobacteria, as well as an interview with his PhD advisor Albert Heck, discussing the role of mass spec in solving the structure of one of the worlds most ancient biological time-keeping mechanisms.

The collection contains many additional articles that are of interest to clients of Snijder Bioscience and can be accessed for free following this link.

Are you interested to adopt mass spectrometry or cryo electron microscopy in your research? Contact Snijder Bioscience for a free introductory consult.

Discounted rates for startups and academia

Startups and clients in academia will enjoy a 40% discount rate on services from Snijder Bioscience.

Companies are eligible for the startup discount rate during their first 5 years of operation. All clients in academia will work with Snijder Bioscience at the discounted rate.

Snijder Bioscience aims to bring state-of-the-art bioanalysis to a larger user base. If you want to incorporate advanced mass spectrometry or cryo electron microscopy techniques in your research pipeline, but you can’t see the forest for the trees, Snijder Bioscience will guide you through the crucial steps to successfully implement new methodologies in your lab. See the Services page on the website for an overview of what Snijder Bioscience can offer.

If you are interested in services from Snijder Bioscience, fill in the contact form on the website to request a free introductory consult.

Snijder Bioscience launched

Starting in October 2017, Snijder Bioscience will offer research consultancy to partners in industry and academia. Snijder Bioscience offers expertise in state-of-the-art mass spectrometry and cryo electron microscopy, drawing from extensive hands-on research experience, published in leading international peer-reviewed scientific journals.

For assistance with assay development, data analysis, literature research and scientific writing and reporting, contact Snijder Bioscience for a free introductory consult using the contact form on the website.