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High Throughput Characterization Methods for non-pathogenic Microbial Systems

Description:

New demands for technologies are needed to meet the research needs for greater understanding of the dynamical molecular organization and function of microbial systems. Achieving an understanding of the dynamic detection and measurements of sub-attomole concentrations (perhaps down to a single protein molecule or metabolite) will enable a systems level understand of metabolic processes. Grant applications are sought to:

  • develop rapid, high-throughput characterization tools for single protein sub-cellular
  • localization and quantification
  • develop high throughput functional screening for protein analysis.

Questions – contact John Houghton, john.houghton@science.doe.gov

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