I obtained my Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2014 at the University of Paris Descartes. During this time, I worked for two years as a technician at Institut Pasteur in the group of Remy Fronzes (Structural Biology of Bacterial Secretion), where I participated to the characterization of the pilus in Streptoccocus pneumonia, using several techniques including electron microscopy and western-blotting. I also acquired a solid experience in Biochemistry. Since January 2015 I joined the Proteomics platform as a technician. My function is sample preparation for mass spectrometry analysis. Together with the engineers of the platform, I am involved in the development of new strategies for the identification and characterization of post-translational modifications.
Post translational modifications (PTM)
Post translational modifications (PTMs) are known to play pivotal roles in cellular physiology and disease, but only a few of the over 300 currently known modifications are extensively investigated in proteomic studies. The most […]
Affinity Purification Mass Spectrometry (AP-MS) is the method of choice to study protein-protein interactions (PPI) and complexes under near physiological conditions. A protein of interest – the bait – is purified by either a […]