It was a pleasure having summer students Abigiya Abate and Gabe Wu work with us in the lab. Both did a stellar job and will be an asset to any graduate programs!
@RonBeavis Elaborate? Do you mean most are "text-mining associations" (lime green) rather than physical interactions?
Fun conference at @us_hupo last week. Congrats again to Jordan who received the HUPO Travel Award and gave an excellent oral presentation on his project!
Excited for @us_hupo conference next week. Come check out the talk by Jordan Currie (OA07.01) on protein turnover and localization analysis in Parallel Session 07: Protein Dynamics and Turnover on Tuesday 3/7 11:30-12:50!
Congrats to Jordan Currie, who won our local "3 Minute Talk" competition discussing his project on spatiotemporal proteomics, and will be invited to compete in the regional round 🎉
Graduate student researcher in our lab Jordan Currie will be giving an oral presentation on his work at #USHUPO2023. Jordan has some interesting new data on proteome dynamics that we are excited to share. Looking forward to the #USHUPO meeting in Chicago in March!
Share your work on how aging affects the cardiovascular system! Check out the AJP special issue on the Impact of Aging on the Cardiovascular System for details: http://ow.ly/T35E50Lt7B8
A new HUPOST our lab co-wrote with @firstname.lastname@example.org where we discussed recent work on measuring protein turnover in intact animals https://hupo.org/News/13001621
@cosminribo Interesting points, we haven't quite looked at homomultimers complexes or which complexes are co-translationally assembled. We do know that poor mRNA/protein correlation genes (r < 0.3) are enriched in quite a few large complexes including the ribosomes, proteasomes, and mediators.
@bensb Interesting, thanks for sharing! There was a 2017 paper that showed CNV being buffered at the protein level in CPTAC data ... would be interesting to see how that relates to gene coordinates https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S240547121730385X