• The hPDQ project calls for anti-peptide antibody library to map human proteome

    Understandably such has stirred proteomic experts, medical researchers and the scientific community with a buzz of excitement. Featured in this months Proteomonitor the hPDQ project continues to advance the “omic” frontier of science.

  • VIAFest 2009

    The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre will be one of the ten presenters at VIAfest - UVIC Student Speed Geeking. This event hosted by VIATeC and the Innovation and Development Corporation (IDC) will be held on Wednesday, January 21, 2009 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the University of Victoria in the Michelle Pujol Room.

  • Now Open: Centre announces new MS facility available on UVic campus

    The UVic Mass Spectrometry facility, a satellite lab of The UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre, is now open on the University of Victoria campus. The facility houses three mass spectrometers, a MALDI Time-Of-Flight mass spectrometer and two Q-Trap instruments with electrospray ionization sources (ESI), equipped with on-line HPLC or direct infusion, available for use by UVic staff and students.