The second NAPI bioinformatics workshop took place last week, November 26th. The workshop focused on data independent analysis (DIA) methodolgies, and was attended by researchers from all NAPI nodes.
NAPI partner Terje Johansen was included in the prestigious list of highly cited researchers 2021, as curated by Clarivate.
Cathrine Broberg Vågbø from the NAPI core facility at NTNU was involved in a collaborative study recently published in the journal Cell.
Dr Tuula Nyman is the Project Manager at NAPI. In this profile article, Tuula discusses what NAPI will bring to proteomics research in Norway, her career highlights so far, and the Swedish Royal family performing mass spectrometry experiments.
The resources page of our website now contains a full list of proteomics software available through the Norwegian Galaxy server, with a short description of how to get started.
A new collaborative study by researchers in Finland and Norway – including NAPI Project Manager Tuula Nyman – provides novel insights into how mycobacteria can escape elimination by antibiotics. These findings could have important implications for treating mycobacteria-driven diseases such as Tuberculosis.
Recent publications cover the development of 'smart samplers' for proteomic analysis of patient samples collected remotely, as well as the importance of liquid chromatography in the advancement of single cell proteomics. Both papers constitute collaborative efforts between different NAPI partners.
A new initiative that brings together metaproteomics researchers from across the world has now launched, and includes representation from NAPI.
The NAPI Kick Off Seminar received over 230 registrations and took place digitally on Friday 5th March 2021.
The NAPI core facilities at Oslo University Hospital, University of Oslo, and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) each received cutting-edge new mass spectrometers from Bruker Daltonics in January/February 2021.
A new study by researchers in Oslo – including staff at the NAPI Proteomics Core Facility at Oslo University Hospital – provides new insights into the curative effects of gluten-free diets in coeliac patients.
The NAPI core facility at the University of Bergen (PROBE) recently received its newest mass spectrometer; the Orbitrap Eclipse from Thermo Scientific.
Blood samples can be provided ‘on paper’ by patients at home. Recent developments by researchers from NAPI now enable blood sample processing whilst in the mail on the way to the diagnostic lab.