Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
HPP 17 iMOP (Multi Organism Proteomes)
iMOP, the initiative on multi organism proteomes, aims to present proteome
research from non-human species. iMOP members are working with classical
animal models to study human diseases but also focus on a wide range of
species which greatly affect human health, including farm animals and crop
species, pathogens, as well as the microbiome of humans and farm animals.
This year’s workshop will include presentations on animal models for
studying inflammatory bowel disease (Allan Stensballe) and protegenomic
approaches to improving the health state of honeybees (Leonard Foster),
HipA-mediated mechanisms in E.coli (Maja Semanjscki), and studies of
mucosal microbiota from rat colon, (Nico Jehmlich). As always, we will
include a plenum discussion on how the iMOP community can improve
proteome research in non-human species.