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 →
In May, we welcomed two new co-workers: PhD student Tim van Kersavond and post-doc Minh Nguyen. Both will be working on rhomboid protease related subjects. We wish them good luck with their projects!
A new website of the Verhelst Lab was launched on the 18th of June 2015. A fresh look, with photos and design by Boden Vormgevers. Here, you can find current information on our research, publications, co-workers and alumni. … Continue reading →
We have several open MSc student projects dealing with bioorganic synthesis, biochemistry or molecular biology – all on the topic of protease research, inhibitor synthesis or assay development. From the beginning of 2016, our lab activities will be concentrated in … Continue reading →