hiPAD is a project supported by the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) of the European Union.
Through recently generated peptide microarrays, hiPAD aims to exploit this potential by using and improving three different, yet complementary, label-free detection technologies allowing sensitive, high-resolution determinations of the identity, quality and/or modification of individual members of a peptide microarray, and real-time monitoring of any interacting molecular receptor. We will also develop peptides as rapid, specific, and renewable affinity reagents for complex sample preparation, and develop peptides as probes and complex biosensors.
HEALTH.2011.1.1-1: SME-targeted research for developing tools and technologies for high-throughput research
Funding scheme: Collaborative projects (small or medium-scale focused research projects targeted to SMEs).
hiPAD is carried out by the following collaborators and is coordinated by Professor Søren Buus of University of Copenhagen:
|University of Copenhagen, Denmark||Prof. Søren Buus|
|Schafer-N APS, Denmark|
|PLASMORE SRL, Italy|
|JRC - Joint Research Centre - European Commission, Belgium|
|FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERING DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V, Germany|
|BRUKER DALTONIK GmbH, Germany|
|The University of Manchester, UK|
|University of Bath, UK|
|Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark|