Proteomics & Biological Mass Spectrometry

Exploring The World Of Proteins

PROTEOTOUL ORGANIZATION

ProteoToul gathers a research team and a high-end facility with expertise in proteomics, structural mass spectrometry, and bioinformatics.

  • Main research activities focus on the regulation of proteasome complexes, immunoproteomics, and the characterization of mycobacterial proteins.
  • Expertise to handle collaborative projects or fee-for-services for proteomics and structural mass spectrometry analyses,
  • Development of new bioinformatic tools for mass spectrometry data processing and data management.

It is part of the Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (IPBS) in Toulouse.

It is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation in mass spectrometry and with dedicated bioinformatics tools.

It is quality certified according to ISO 9001 and NFX 50-900 norms.

Based on the long-lasting expertise of its staff in mass spectrometry and bioinformatics, ProteoToul is involved in many collaborative projects in biology, health, and agricultural applications with laboratories from academia and private companies.

PROTEOTOUL IN A FEW FIGURES

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Mass Spectrometers
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Bioinformatics Servers
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Projects
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Publications 2022

News from ProteoToul

The spermatoproteasome: a key enzymatic complex in spermatogenesis

The spermatoproteasome: a key enzymatic complex in spermatogenesis

The spermatoproteasome is found exclusively in mammalian germ cells and is essential for spermatogenesis. It differs from the constitutive proteasome by the...

by Renaud Albigot06/04/2022
Deciphering the proximal TCR signaling network in mice and humans

Deciphering the proximal TCR signaling network in mice and humans

T lymphocytes are essential cells of the immune system, that specifically recognize a wide range of pathogens, but also malignant cancer cells...

by Renaud Albigot30/03/2022
Refeyn Mass Photometer Acquisition

Refeyn Mass Photometer Acquisition

We recently acquired a mass photometer from Refeyn Ltd. to measure the molecular weight (MW) of single protein and protein complexes in...

by Renaud Albigot30/03/2022