Who we are
The Lamond Lab are finally getting back into the laboratory as the University of Dundee gradually opens up after the Covid-19. We hope you and your loved ones all come through this unprecendented time healthy and well. We are excited to get back to great science and lots of entertaining updates on the webpage.
The Immunological Proteomic Resource (ImmPRes) was born in 2015 of a collaboration between the Laboratory for Quantitative Proteomics and the Division of Cell Signalling & Immunology within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee. ImmPRes was created with the aim to provide an in-depth, high quality, quantitative map of the immuno proteome. One focus is T cells and here the data includes analysis of how antigen, cytokines and key intracellular signalling pathways and environmental stimuli restructure T cell proteomes. ImmPRes is an open access public resource integrating proteomic data generated by large-scale quantitative mass-spectrometry for murine immune cell populations. The resource contains data for both the adaptive and innate immune system.