ProteomeTools: Translating the human proteome into molecular and digital tools for drug discovery, personalized medicine and life science research

Project Members: Daniel Zolg, Mathias Wilhelm, Peng Yu, Tobias Schmidt, Siegfried Gessulat, Patroklos Samaras
Cooperation: JPT, Berlin; Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen/San Jose; SAP SE, Potsdam
Contact:

Daniel Zolg

Mathias Wilhelm

The ProteomeTools project is a joint effort of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), JPT, Thermo Scientific and SAP SE. It is dedicated to translating the human proteome into molecular and digital tools for drug discovery, personalized medicine and life science research.Over the course of the project,  >1 million synthetic peptides covering essentially all human gene products including important post translational modifications will be generated by SPOT synthesis and analyzed using multimodal LC-MS/MS.

We welcome participation to the project by the scientific community by e.g. suggesting sets of peptides to synthesize, offering measurements using other types of LC-MS/MS or developing applications and data analysis tools.

More information:

www.proteometools.org