Proteomics and metabolomics
The broad field of proteomics is an essential technology in biosciences that underpins strategically important areas in academia and biotechnology, enabling characterisation and temporal and spatial quantitation of proteins at various locations in practically all biological systems. It also affords measurement and discovery of post-translational protein modifications, protein-protein interactions and protein properties, which are amongst the most sought after applications.
Metabolomics is a rapidly emerging discipline dedicated to the global study of metabolites in biological systems, their dynamics, composition, interactions, and responses to interventions. The metabolome can be studied as an intermediate phenotype linking the genotype and the environment.
Helsinki Institute of Life Science - HiLIFE
FIMM Metabolomics/Lipidomics/Fluxomics Unit: high-throughput untargeted and targeted metabolomics and lipidomics analyses in various biological and clinical samples with biostatistical analyses as an option; and customised metabolic flux analyses using tracer studies.
Viikki Metabolomics Unit - ViMU: plant metabolomics and metabolomic profiling; targeted and non-targeted analysis of microbial metabolites, analysis of drug metabolites and other synthesis products.
BCK Metabolomics Center: non-targeted metabolite profiling for various sample types incl. biofluids, tissues and in vitro material.
Please see protein services for biophysical and structural characterization on the Structural biology page
Vesa Hytönen / vesa.hytonen(at)uta.fi
Proteomics platform partners
TBA, BioCity; Marc Baumann, BCH, Meilahti Clinical Proteomics Core Facility; Markku Varjosalo, BI, Proteomics Unit; Kalervo Hiltunen, BCO, Proteomics and Protein Analysis Core Facility; Vesa Hytönen, BioMediTech, Protein Technologies Facility
Metabolomics platform partners
Vidya Velagapudi, FIMM, Metabolomics/Lipidomics/Fluxomics Unit (Platform Chair); Seppo Auriola, BCK & Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Teemu Teeri, HiLIFE, Viikki Metabolomics Unit;