In the Fall 2017, we welcome four new co-workers. Suyuan Chen will join our lab at ISAS, Dortmund, as a PhD student. He was awarded a PhD fellowship from the Chinese Scholarship Council. Congratulations! Raphael Konopatzki joins also at ISAS … Continue reading →
The contribution of Tim Van Kersavond and Minh Nguyen to the Methods in Molecular Biology issue “Protein N-terminal Profiling”, edited by Dr. Oliver Schilling, has now been published. In this chapter, we describe the straightforward synthesis and ensuing biochemical application … Continue reading →
In the spring of 2017, we welcomed three new co-workers: Jan Pascal Kahler, Roeland Vanhoutte and Dr. Marta Barniol-Xicota. Marta was awarded a Marie Curie post-doctoral fellowship. Congratulations!
Early 2017, two new publications from the Verhelst lab will appear. In a chapter for Methods in Molecular Biology, Yinliang and Steven, together with Marko Fonovic from the Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia, have reviewed the use of cleavable … Continue reading →
Last week, the coworkers from Dortmund visited our lab in Leuven, which gave us the opportunity to make a lab picture with all current members. From left to right: Steven Verhelst, Suravi Chakrabarty, Tim Van Kersavond, Minh Nguyen, Merel van … Continue reading →
Three new coworkers started in September-November 2016: Jian Yang, Suravi Chakrabarty and Merel van de Plassche. We welcome them and wish them good luck with their projects.
ACS Chemical Biology has published our review article that gives an overview of the available chemical tools for intramembrane proteases and discusses possible future uses. Congratulations to authors Minh Nguyen and Tim Van Kersavond. … Continue reading →
Steven was elected as a member of the Young Academy of Europe. This organisation is a pan-European initiative of outstanding young scientists. The aim is to to create a platform for networking, scientific exchange and science policy. … Continue reading →
A new paper from our group in ACS Chemical Biology about inhibitor fingerprinting of rhomboid proteases by ABPP. For the first time, a wide variety of rhomboid proteases from 12 different organisms is screened against a set of the same … Continue reading →
A new paper from our group appeared in ChemBioChem, entitled Activity-based protein profiling of rhomboid proteases in liposomes. Congrats to Eliane Wolf and all other authors! … Continue reading →