Bioanalytics

University of Salzburg

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Core facility (CF)

Short Description

The core facility bioanalytics includes a wide range of instruments such as various pumps and detector systems, measuring devices for protein properties, UV spectrometers, mass spectrometers, electrophoresis units, cooling and freezing units, incubators, shakers

Contact Person

Prof. Dr. Christian Huber

Research Services

Proteomic and metabolomic measurements

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

In this core facility, equipment and systems are collected, which are necessary as an infrastructure for the ongoing operation as well as for the operation of large devices in the proteomics facility. This includes cell production and cell culture, cell processing, processing of biological samples, characterization of cells, as well as various separation techniques. It also includes suitable devices for the safe storage of cells and biological samples.

Equipment

Prof. Dr. Christian Huber
Fachbereich Biowissenschaften, Schwerpunkt ACBN
0043 662 8044 5738
c.huber@sbg.ac.at
https://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=208727
Please contact us via science.plus@sbg.ac.at, or contact the responsible person for this section, mentioned in the contact field
Department of Biosciences, University of Salzburg
University of Tübingen, Applied Bioinformatics Group
Freie Universität Berlin, Algorithmic Bioinformatics
The Medical University of Innsbruck, Department for Physiology
Medical University of Vienna, Department Immunpathologie
University of Amsterdam, Academic Medical Center
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Predict-IV – Profiling the toxicity of new drugs; a non animal-based approach integrating toxicodynamics and biokinetics
2008-2013
Wolfgang Dekant, Koordinator
Commission of the European Communities
http://www.predict-iv.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de/

MARINA: Managing the risks of Nanoparticles
2008-2013
Lang Tran, Koordinator
Commission of the European Communities
http://www.marina-fp7.eu/

Doktoratskolleg Immunity in Cancer and Allery; W 1213
2008-2017
Josef Thalhammer, Koordinator
Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung

Christian Doppler Laboratory for Innovative Tools for the Characterization of Biosimilars
2013-2020
Christian Huber, Laborleiter
Christian Doppler Forschungsgesellschaft
Application of integrated transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic profiling for the delineation of mechanisms of drug induced cell stress
2013
Wilmes A., Limonciel A., Aschauer L., Moenks K., Bielow C., Leonard M. O., Hamon J., Carpi D., Ruzek S., Handler A., Schmal O., Herrgen K., Bellwon P., Burek C., Truisi G. L., Hewitt P., Di Consiglio E., Testai E., Blaauboer B. J., Guillou C., Huber C.G., Lukas A., Pfaller W., Mueller S.O., Bois F. Y., Dekant W., Jennings P.
Journal of Proteomics
DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jprot.2012.11.022

Quantitative HPLC-MS Analysis of Nucleotide Sugars in Plant Cells following Off-Line SPE Sample Preparation
2014
Behmüller R., Forstenlehner I.C., Tenhaken R., Huber C.G.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
DOI: 10.1007/s00216-014-7746-3

Rapid and Comprehensive Impurity Profiling of Synthetic Thyroxine by Ultrahigh-Performance Liquid Chromatography−High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry
2013
Neu V., Bielow C., Gostomski I., Wintringer R., Braun R., Reinert K., Schneider P., Stuppner H., Huber C.G.
Analytical Chemistry
DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1021/ac303722j

Nephron Toxicity Profiling via Untargeted Metabolome Analysis Employing a High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry-Based Experimental and Computational Pipeline
2015
Ranninger C., Rurik M., Limonciel A., Ruzek S., Reischl R., Wilmes A., Jennings P., Dekant W., Kohlbacher O., Huber C.G.
Journal of Biological Chemistry
http://www.jbc.org/cgi/doi/10.1074/jbc.M115.644146

Site-Specific Characterization and Absolute Quantification of Pegfilgrastim Oxidation by Top-Down High-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
2015
Forstenlehner I., Holzmann J., Toll H., Huber C.G.
Analytical Chemistry
DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.5b02029

Chitosan functionalisation of gold nanoparticles encourages particle uptake and induces cytotoxicity and pro-inflammatory conditions in phagocytic cells, as well as enhancing particle interactions with serum components. Journal of Nanobiotechnology
2015
Boyles M.S.P., Kristl T., Andosch A., Zimmermann M., Tran N., Casals E., Himly M., Puntes V., Huber C.G., Lütz-Meindl U., Duschl, A.
Journal of Proteomics
DOI: 10.1186/s12951-015-0146-9