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XB-LAB-742

Nemes Research Group

Research Interests

Mass Spectrometry for Cell and Developmental Biology

Research Area

Our research interests lie at the intersection of analytical chemistry, biology, and the applied health sciences. We develop next-generation technologies based on ultra-performance liquid chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, electrospray ionization, and high-resolution mass spectrometry to enable the detection and quantification of important proteins, peptides, and metabolites in ultra-high sensitivity. Next, we use these advanced bioanalytical tools to ask how differential expression of the genome coordinates cell molecular processes critical to the normal development of cell heterogeneity, body patterning, and formation of the nervous system. Our studies use powerful models in cell and developmental biology and neuroscience, specifically the frog (Xenopus laevis) and mouse.

Current Members

Nemes, Peter (Principal Investigator/Director)

Alumni


Contact

Institution: University of Maryland, College Park

Address:
Chemistry Building, Room 0203,
8051 Regents Dr.
University of Maryland
Chemistry Building, Room 0203,, 8051 Regents Dr., University of Maryland
College Park, MD
20742, USA

Web Page: http://blog.umd.edu/nemes/

General/Lab Fax: 2029942126

Phone: 2029945663

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