School of Biotechnology
Proteomics
Research

  Biobank Profiling
Summary
Administration
Al-Khalili Szigyarto
Berglund
Hober
Lundberg
Nilsson
Odeberg
Ottosson
Persson
Schwenk
Uhlén

Principal Investigator (PI): Dr Jochen Schwenk

Our team (Oct 2010):
Burcu Ayoglu (PhD Student), John Ballew (Guest Researcher), Kimi Drobin (Research Engineer), Anna Gundberg (Lab Technician), Anna Häggmark (PhD Student), Ulrika Igel (PhD Student), Maja Neiman (PhD Student), Ronald Sjöberg (Research Engineer), Mårten Sundberg (Research Engineer), Suzan Shalan (Master Student), Sanna Byström (Master Student), and Peter Nilsson (Researcher and Head of Protein Array Technologies)


Back: PN-JS-BA-MS-RS
Front: KD-MN-AG-AH-UI (May 2010)

Research activities

Developing assays for proteomic protein profiling of body fluids from clinical samples and biobank collections by using affinity reagents on protein microarrays.
Microarray platforms
Suspension bead arrays
Planar microarrays
Antibody microarrays for
directed biomarker discovery using disease related selections of targets
systematic biomarker discovery using undirected selections of targets
protein profiling of clinical samples such as plasma, serum and CSF
broad, multi-disease or single-disease focused profiling
Antigen microarrays for
validation of all affinity purified antibodies generated within the Human Protein Atlas
epitope mapping of antibodies and affinity reagents
systematic screening of new autoimmunogenic targets in body fluids
Reverse phase protein microarrays for
simultaneous analysis of thousands samples on selected targets
the protein profiling of body fluids
Instrumental infrastructure (examples)
Liquid Handling
Tecan Freedom Evo150
Biotech EL406
Thermo Scientific Matrix PlateMate
Qiagen Biorobot 8000
Suspension bead array
Luminex 200™ system
Luminex FLEXMAP 3D system
Biochip Array Printers
ArrayJet Marathon inkjet microarrayer
GeSim Nanoplotter 2.0E non-contact microarrayer
Biochip Scanners
CapitalBio LuxScan HT 24 microarray scanner
Agilent G2565BA 48 slide microarray scanner
Funding (examples)
KTH
Science for Life Laboratory
Pronova VINN Excellence Centre for Protein Technology
Knut & Alice Wallenberg Foundation
UCan
EU FP7 (BIO-NMD)
Last updated: 2012-06-12