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ISB Proteomics: Moritz Lab Hosts TPP Workshop in Delhi

A team from the Moritz Lab at ISB headed to Delhi, India, to host a workshop on the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP).

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  • Dr. Jeff Ranish and Dr. Mark Gillespie

    Mysteries of Cell Fate Unlocked with New Measurement and Modeling Techniques 

    In the cellular process of differentiation, information about the concentrations of an important class of proteins residing in a cell’s nucleus has been lacking, a missing link needed for scientists to fully understand how the process works. ISB researchers have quantified this important class of proteins that play a key role in the formation of red blood cells.

  • Malaria Researchers’ Findings May Have Implications for Preventing Spread of Deadly Disease

    ISB researchers and their collaborators are using systems biology approaches to learn how the malaria parasite is able to transfer to humans via the bite of an infected mosquito. The information they have uncovered may help identify new ways to prevent people from contracting the deadly disease.

  • Andrea Varela-Stokes

    ISB’s Moritz Lab Lands NIH Grant to Study Lyme Disease

    ISB’s Moritz Lab has received research funding totaling nearly $525,000 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health to develop “novel peptide based biomarkers for Lyme disease diagnostics.”