News & Events

22/05/2019

Registration for the 14th Melbourne Protein Group Student Symposium is now open. The symposium will be held on Thursday 9th of July at Monash University in Clayton. This meeting is a great opportunity for PhD students, in particular, to interact and showcase their work on any aspect of protein function and structure. Registration Price: $40.00. This price […]

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22/05/2019

Sick of having to calculate the molarity or molecular weight of a protein in the margin of your notebook? Now there’s a calculator! Unfortunately the rest of the site is in Russian.

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22/05/2019

The complexity and dynamic range of compounds in biological samples is very large. Christie Hunter, a visiting scientist from AB-Sciex, will discuss Data Independent Acquisition (DIA) workflows that are designed to provide greater sampling depth over large dynamic ranges with lower method development overheads. DIA is currently a hot topic in metabolomics and proteomics and […]

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22/05/2019

The new PMV website is live with a completely new look and feel. The installation of a modern Content Management System should allow dynamic content delivery and there are new sections including Member Laboratories, detailing the activities of individual laboratories. PMV will also be hosting a poster competition in the near future. If anyone has […]

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22/05/2019

A new open access database has been released that claims to cover 93% of the human proteome. ProteomeDB is a joint effort of the Technische Universität München (TUM) and SAP AG to provide a comprehensive proteomic database for researchers. The database allows you to browse proteins individually or by chromosome. You can even adopt a […]

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22/05/2019

High-throughput proteomic sample preparation (filter aided sample preparation or FASP)  in a 96-well plate. Make your sample preparation more efficient. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ac5008317

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Upcoming Events

Proteomics & Metabolomics Victoria invites local researchers to its first symposium for 2019 in the A+ Education Centre Lecture Theatre in the heart of the Alfred research precinct. This free event is a great chance to hear from 3 excellent ECRs from across the fields of proteomics and metabolomics research. These include: * Dr. Ben […]

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PMV is partnering with ANZSMS and Thermo Fisher Scientific to support an upcoming Victorian Mass Spectrometry Symposium to be held at the Bio21 Institute on Monday December 10th, 2018. Registrations and abstracts for this free event can be submitted here. The deadline for registration and abstract submission is Friday November 9th, 2018. Submit abstracts (one page, including […]

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