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Techniques & Tools Proteomics, Sample Preparation

Don’t Neglect Protein QC

We hear it all too often: the study of biological systems is becoming increasingly complex. However, I’d like to ask, is it also becoming quantitative? Not in the sense of measuring more and more parameters, but in measuring basic parameters with an increased level of precision? Sadly, this is probably not the case.

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Dieter Braun

Dieter’s PhD adviser told him to avoid interdisciplinary research. “You will be caught between two stools and have a hard time to get funding and citations,” were his warning words. But there was no way he could avoid it. “I’m enjoying being right between the disciplines; the work is much harder, but so much more fun,” says Dieter, now Biophysics Professor at the LMU Munich. He performs origins-of-life research from a non-equilibrium perspective, a topic his PhD adviser was very interested in, but never dared to do. While funding is indeed difficult, the approach has paid off for two of his PhD students: Philipp Baaske and Stefan Duhr who own the protein quantification startup, Nanotemper, which has more than 70 employees.

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