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A high resolution platform to capture the dynamic spatial proteome. (360G-Wellcome-108441_Z_15_Z)

This proposal aims to create a platform for mapping the subcellular location of a substantial proportion of the proteome in a single experiment with high resolution. It is based on preliminary work carried out by the Lilley group in collaboration with Thermo, giving tantalising insight into what this technology could deliver if developed further into a fit-for-purpose spatial proteomics platform. The key objectives are: 1. Expand the sampling of subcellular proteome to locate proteins to multi ple compartments. 2. Capture information of the effect of post-transcriptional and post-translational modification on spatial location. 3. Develop approaches to enable the mapping of the dynamic subcellular redistribution of proteins upon biological perturbation. 4. Incorporate work-flows that will deliver spatial information about targeted sub-sets of proteins and integration with whole cell maps. 5. Develop cross-linking strategies to preserve interactions of peripheral membrane proteins and between components of multi-protein complexes. 6. Develop a set of bespoke informatics tools facilitating the application of pattern recognition for robust analysis. 7. Create a GUI to facilitate community-wide interrogation of cellular maps. 8. Develop on-line protocols. 9. Apply the technology to the co-applicants and collaborators research, adding value to projects already funded by the Wellcome Trust.


11 Jun 2015

Grant details
Amount Awarded 200788
Applicant Surname Lilley
Approval Committee Multi-User Equipment Committee (inactive)
Award Date 2015-06-11T00:00:00+00:00
Financial Year 2014/15
Grant Programme: Title Technology Development Grant
Internal ID 108441/Z/15/Z
Lead Applicant Prof Kathryn Lilley
Other Applicant(s) Dr Markus Ralser, Prof Alfonso Martinez-Arias, Prof Anne Ferguson-Smith, Prof Austin Smith, Dr Ross Waller, Dr Brian Hendrich, Dr Laurent Gatto, Prof Derek Gilroy, Prof Frederick Livesey
Planned Dates: End Date 2017-04-30T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2015-11-01T00:00:00+00:00
Recipient Org: Country United Kingdom
Region East of England
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