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Dr Chris Arthur

Dr Chris Arthur

Dr Chris Arthur
M.Chem.(Edin.), Ph.D.(Bristol)

Research Fellow

Office W412
School of Chemistry,
Cantock's Close, Bristol BS8 1TS
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 3317192

Research summary

Biological Mass Spectrometry

Cells operate at three main levels. The genomic, in which information on how the cell functions is stored within its DNA. Proteomic, how is the genomic information is converted into proteins and enzymes that actually do the work of the cell? Metabolomic, what small molecules do the enzymes make? when? how much and why?

Mass spectrometry allows us to get a handle on the proteomic and metabolomic cell functions. This might include, identifying a protein of interest in a disease to quantifying how much of a particular hormone is in a sample at any one time.

Biosynthesis ...

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