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Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen (RUMC) / Bruker Center of Excellence (CoE) for Translational Omics

In April 2019 Bruker and the Translation Metabolic Laboratory (TML) at Radboud University Medical Center (UMC)jointly announce the establishment of a Center of Excellence (CoE) for Translational Omics. Under the leadership of Professor Alain van Gool, the joint CoE will focus on clinical translation of innovative metabolic profiling using various Omics approaches. The collaboration will center around the development of 4D omics methods using the timsTOF Pro ultra-high sensitivity, trapped ion mobility quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometer that was recently acquired by the TML. The TML at Radboud UMC is a >100-person diagnostic research laboratory, part of the Department of Laboratory Medicine, which is specializing in translating metabolic research into biomarkers for use in personalized diagnostics. The research led by Prof. van Gool has the purpose of filling in the gap between analytical science and the clinical needs in terms of disease comprehension, diagnosis and follow-up in various therapeutic areas. The laboratory uses several Bruker mass spectrometry technologies, including ESI- and MALDI-TOF. Recently, TML enhanced their scientific capabilities by adding the timsTOF Pro 4D omics system for glycopeptide profiling to accelerate the development of clinical biomarkers, and to explore protein glycobiology in health and disease. *

 

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Period Start 2019-04-16 existent
Products Industry diagnostic services
  Industry 2 mass spectrometry services (MS services)
     
Region Region Nijmegen
  Country Netherlands
  City n. a. Nijmegen
    Address record changed: 2019-05-04
     
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Record changed: 2019-05-04

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