NIDA P30 Neuroproteomics and Neurometabolomics Center

Investigators:
Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois
Neil Kelleher, Northwestern University
Sandra Rodriguez-Zas, University of Illinois

NIDA P30 Neuroproteomics and Neurometabolomics Center

We are members of the The Neuroproteomics and Neurometabolomics Center on Cell-Cell Signaling at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. If you have a project which relates to the study of addiction mechanisms in the central nervous system, please contact the center at the link below. The Center is built around the overarching theme of cell to cell signaling, integrating research groups with expertise in the fields of analytical chemistry and bioinformatics with those in biological and behavioral neuroscience in a unified, directed approach to discovery of the intricacies of intercellular signaling.

Visit the website: The Neuroproteomics and Neurometabolomics Center on Cell-Cell Signaling.

Collaboration Publications

  • Southey BR, Lee JE, Zamdborg L, Atkins N Jr, Mitchell JW, Li M, Gillette MU, Kelleher NL, Sweedler JV "Comparing label-free quantitative peptidomics approaches to characterize diurnal variation of peptides in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus." Anal Chem, 2014, 86(1) p. 443-52.
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  • Lee JE, Zamdborg L, Southey BR, Atkins N Jr, Mitchell JW, Li M, Gillette MU, Kelleher NL, Sweedler JV "Quantitative peptidomics for discovery of circadian-related peptides from the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus." J Proteome Res, 2013, 12(2) p. 585-93.
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