Edward Emmott

Postdoc in Virology/Immunology and Proteomics. Recently moved to the Slavov lab at Northeastern University. Previously a member of the Goodfellow lab at the University of Cambridge, and Imperial College London where I have worked on norovirus:host interactions. I make heavy use of quantitative proteomic methods, particularly SILAC and TMT labelling.

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Bluetongue virus causes infections in wild and domesticated ruminants, with the potential for causing significant morbidity, mortality and economic harm in both the developing and developed world. While vaccines have been developed, no treatment for acute infections exists. In this regard, a possi...
2017-08-29 | PXD005550 | Pride
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SILAC-labelling analysis of murine BV-2 cells infected at high multiplicity of infection (10 TCID50/cell) and harvested at 4h or 9h post-infection. Represents the first quantitative proteomics analysis of norovirus-infected cells. A paired AP-MS dataset investigates the effects of MNV infection on e...
2017-01-17 | PXD004984 | Pride
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SILAC-labelling analysis of murine BV-2 cells infected at high multiplicity of infection (10 TCID50/cell) and harvested at 4h or 9h post-infection. Represents the first quantitative proteomics analysis of norovirus-infected cells. A paired AP-MS dataset investigates the effects of MNV infection on e...
2016-06-28 | PXD004015 | Pride
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SILAC-labelling analysis of murine BV-2 cells infected at high multiplicity of infection (10 TCID50/cell) and harvested at 4h or 9h post-infection. Lysates were then suject to m7GTP-sepharose affinity purification to enrich for translation initiation factors. As norovirus translation uses a VPg prot...
2017-01-17 | PXD004983 | Pride
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SILAC-labelling analysis of murine BV-2 cells infected at high multiplicity of infection (10 TCID50/cell) and harvested at 4h or 9h post-infection. Lysates were then suject to m7GTP-sepharose affinity purification to enrich for translation initiation factors. As norovirus translation uses a VPg prot...
2016-07-07 | PXD004019 | Pride

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