Cambridge Centre for Proteomics (CCP / UCAM-CCP)
Hosting Legal Entity
University of Cambridge
Trinity Lane, Cambridge, PO: CB2 1TN (United Kingdom)
Tennis Court Rd, Cambridge, PO: CB2 1QR (United Kingdom)
Type Of RI
Operational since 2000
Mission and objectives
The Cambridge Centre for Proteomics (CCP) is an internationally established proteomics facility which strives for the development of robust proteomics technology which it applies to a wide variety of biological questions, making new technologies available to collaborators of CCP and customers of the Core Facility.CCP's research focuses on several themes: (1) Spatio-temporal proteomics methods development, (2) Analysis of change of post translational modifications, (3) Creation of robust pipelines for quantitative proteomics, (4) Development of informatics tools to support the above, (5) The relationship between the transcriptome and the proteome.
Gel and mass spectrometry, Quantitation, Proteomics
Genomic, Transcriptomic, Proteomics and Metabolomics Facilities
Biological and Medical Sciences
Health and Food
Quantitative proteomics, label free quantitation, in vivo and in vitro differential stable isotope labelling.
Human Proteome Project (HUPO)