Collaboration/Service Projects

Project NumberInvestigatorInstitutionProject TitlePublications
1Thomas Conrads, PhDWomen's Health Integrated Research Center at Inova Health SystemProteomics Analysis of Laser Microdissected Endometrial Cancers for the Identification of Metastatic Biomarkers
2Jonathan Licht, MDUniversity of FloridaDefining Epigenetic Reprogramming in Cell Lines Harboring Isocitrate Dehydrogenase (IDH) MutationsPaper 1, Paper 2, Paper 3, Paper 4, Paper 5
3P. Hande Ozdinler, PhDNorthwestern UniversityProteomics Analysis of Neurons for the Discovery of Early Detection Markers for Motor Neuron DiseasesManuscript in Prep.
4James Chandler, MDNorthwestern UniversityHistone Methylation Status of Solid Tumor and Cultured Glioblastoma Multiforme with QqQ Mass Spectrometry
5Scott Terhune, PhDMedical College of WisconsinIdentification of the Combinatorial Posttranslational Modifications on the CDK Inhibitor p21CIP1 in Normal and hCMV Infected Primary Cells
6Philip Gruppuso, MD and Jennifer Sanders, PhDBrown UniversityHistone Modification Dynamics, Liver RegenerationPaper 1
7Anjana Rao, PhDLa Jolla Institute for Allergy and ImmunologyUnderstanding the Role of ASXL1 and H2A-Ub in Haematological Malignancies
8Alan Hinnebusch, MDEunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Development and Human DevelopmentIdentification of Novel Peptides Produced by 3'UTR Translation in Yeast Cells Depleted of Ribosome Recycling Factor, Rli1Paper 1
9Steven Lipkin, MD/PhDWeill Cornell Medical SchoolWhole Genome Sequencing to Discover Familial Myeloma Risk Genes
10Andrew Truman, PhDUniversity of North Carolina, CharlotteDeciphering the “Chaperone Code” in chaperone-oncoprotein complexesManuscript in Prep.
11Katherine Aird, PhDPenn State UniversityRole of HMGB2 Post-Translation Modifications in Regulating Gene Transcription during Senescence
12Paul Kaufman, PhD and Oliver Rando, MD/PhDUniversity of Massachusetts Medical SchoolBreaking Nucleosomal SymmetryPaper 1
13Norelle Wildburger, PhDWashington University School of Medicine in St. LouisAmyloid Beta ProteoformsPaper 1
14Jim Pesavento, PhDSaint Mary's College of CaliforniaEpigenetic Changes in microalgae
15Ali Shilatifard, PhDNorthwestern UniversityMutations of Chromatin and its Modifying Machineries in MalignanciesPaper 1, Paper 2, Paper 3, Paper 4
16Shura Mankin, PhDUniversity of Illinois, ChicagoIdentifying Ribosomal Frameshifts in a Copper TransporterPaper 1
17Viviane Labrie, PhDVan Andel InstituteIdentification of unique disease associated proteoforms of alpha-synuclein in the appendix of PD patients using Top-down mass spectrometry approach.
Paper 1
18Amanda Saratsis, MD and Navad Jazarian, PhD, MSCNorthwestern University and Children's National Medical CenterAnalysis of Histone Modifications in Pediatric Glioma Patients Harboring a H3.3 K27M MutationPaper 1
19Jennifer Amengual, MDColumbia University Medical CenterUtility of Dual Combination Therapies for Epigenetic Derangements in LymphomaPaper 1
20Tom O'Halloran, PhDNorthwestern UniversityZinc-dependent Alterations in Ribosomal Proteins in E. coliManuscript in Prep.
21Raquel Lieberman, PhDGeorgia Tech UniversityMolecular characterization of myocilin: pathway to new treatments for glaucoma
22Timothy Chan, MD, PhDMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterMutant-IDH1-dependent chromatin state reprogramming, reversibility, and persistence.Paper 1
23Amy Rosenzweig, PhDNorthwestern UniversityCharacterization of Proteins from MethanotrophsPaper 1, Paper 2,
Paper 3,
Paper 4
24Ian DeighanAltnagelvin Hospital, Northern IrelandDevelopment of novel methods for non-canonical myeloma protein analysis with an innovative adaptation of immunofixation electrophoresis, native top-down mass spectrometry, and middle-down de novo sequencingManuscript under review
25John Janetzko, PhDStanford University
26Stephen Quake, DPhilStanford University
27Joseph DeRisi, PhDUniversity of California, San Francisco
28Jim Wells, PhDUniversity of California, San Francisco
29Ali Shilatifard, PhDNorthwestern UniversityNative MS of Nucleosomes
30Carlo Condello, PhDUniversity of California, San Francisco
31Reza Vafabakhsh, PhDNorthwestern University
32Monica Laronda, PhDNorthwestern UniversityProteomic Analyses of Decellularized Porcine Ovaries Identified New Matrisome Proteins and Spatial Differences Across and Within Ovarian CompartmentsPaper 1
33Lloyd Smith PhD and Michael Shortreed, PhDUniversity of Wisconsin, MadisonCollaborations on Proteoform InformaticsPaper 1,
Paper 2,
Paper 3
34Galit Lahav PhD and Jeremy Gunawardena PhD Harvard Medical SchoolI2MS of p53
35Roger KornbergStanford University

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Acknowledging the Resource

Please acknowledge work performed within the NRTDP with text similar to this: This research was carried out in collaboration with the National Resource for Translational and Developmental Proteomics under Grant P41 GM108569 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institutes of Health and supported by the Sherman Fairchild Foundation.

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