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To perform detailed characterisation of our mouse models and patinet samples we perform metabolomica, lipidomics and proteomics analysies (OMICS analysis) using masspectrometry methods.

Recently, we have established mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) and computer-assisted segmentation of the MS spectra together with location tensor information. Currently, we perform
metabolomics and lipidomics analysis to highlight the function of lipid-transporting ABC transporters, such as ABCA1, ABCA2, ABCA4, and ABCA7. These transporters are risk factors for metabolic and lipid changes in the brain and promote disease development of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenrative disease.

* Projects:
Read more about PROP-AD funded JPND project….

* Project application links:
Read more about ABComics, non-funded application to JPND 2023….
Read more about MSIpattern, non-funded application to JPND 2017….

* Norwegian Network of Advanced Proteomics Infrastructure:
Read more about NAPI network….

* Examples of MS Imaging results:

* Published Data Sets:

* Published Research Papers (selection):

  • Isotope-labeled amyloid-β does not transmit to the brain in a prion-like manner after peripheral administration
    EMBO reports (2022)

    Brackhan M, Calza G, Lundgren K, Bascuñana P, Brüning T, Soliymani R, Kumar R, Abelein A, Baumann M, Lalowski M, and Pahnke J
    23(7):e54405 PubMed PDF

  • 2-DE profiling of GDNF overexpression-related proteome changes in differentiating ST14A rat progenitor cells.
    Proteomics (2007)

    Hoffrogge R, Beyer S, Hubner R, Mikkat S, Mix E, Scharf C, Schmitz U, Pauleweit S, Berth M, Zubrzycki I, Christoph H, Pahnke J, Wolkenhauer O, Uhrmacher A, Volker U, Rolfs A
    7(1):33-46 PubMed

  • 2-DE proteome analysis of a proliferating and differentiating human neuronal stem cell line (ReNcell VM).
    Proteomics (2006)

    Hoffrogge R, Mikkat S, Scharf C, Beyer S, Christoph H, Pahnke J, Mix E, Berth M, Uhrmacher A, Zubrzycki IZ, Miljan E, Völker U, Rolfs A
    6(6):1833-47 PubMed

  • Collection of soluble variants of membrane proteins for transcriptomics and proteomics
    In Silico Biol (2005)

    Moeller S, Mix E, Blueggel M, Serrano-Fernandez P, Koczan D, Kotsikoris V, Kunz M, Watson M, Pahnke J, Illges H, Kreutzer M, Mikkat S, Thiesen HJ, Glocker MO, Zettl UK, Ibrahim SM
    5, 295-311 PubMed