PepChipOmics - High-Density Peptide Microarrays and Parallel On-Line Detection of Peptide-Ligand Interactions – University of Copenhagen

PepChipOmics is a project supported by the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) of the European Union.

PepChipOmics is aimed at synthesizing and reading very high-density peptide microarrays. The core technology platform is developed by two collaborating SME's; one synthesizing the high-density peptide microarrays and another developing an imaging reader capable of detecting multiple real-time interactions on the peptide microarray. Several universities contribute with support functions and with valuable model systems aimed at demonstating the utility of peptide microarrays.

- Activity code: HEALTH-2007-1.1-4: SME-driven collaborative research projects for developing tools and technologies for high-throughput research.

- Funding Scheme: Collaborative projects (small or medium-scale focused research projects targeted to SMEs).

PepChipOmics is carried out by the following collaborators and is coordinated by Professor Søren Buus of University of Copenhagen:



University of Copenhagen, Denmark Prof. Søren Buus
Schafer-N, Denmark Claus Schafer-Nielsen, CEO
Genoptics, France Emmanuel Maillart, Pr. Leader
Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, Italy Pascal Colpo, Research Scientist
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark Prof. Søren Brunak
Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden Prof. Mathias Uhlèn
Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany Prof. Hansjörg Schild

Last update: 31 May 2012