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Filippo Rusconi Filippo Rusconi [Send a message]
Member since: December 11, 2002
I am a biochemist, and started using mass spectrometry to solve protein structural problems at the very beginning of the nineties. While preparing my Ph.D. (protein post-translational modifications characterization), I encountered a wealth of such modifications and characterized them finely using mass spectrometry. During this reasearch I lacked a really powerful mass spectrometric data prediction/analysis program. I later decided to write such a program: polyxmass. Happy polyxmass'ing, F.R.
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Submitted by Filippo Rusconi; posted on Thursday, May 22, 2003
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

Laboratoire de Biophysique - INSERM - CNRS - MNHN
43, rue Cuvier
75005 Paris

France

Education:

Ph.D.
University Paris VI - Pierre et Marie Curie
90 - 97

Experience:

Post-doctoral fellow of the Ecole Polytechnique Institut Europe'en de Chimie et Biologie - Ecole Polytechnique 1997 - 1999
Permanent position, Charge' de Recherches Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) 00 -
Head of the Mass spectrometry and Proteomics Facility Muse'um national d'Histoire naturelle 04 -

Skills:

biochemistry

protein chemistry

proteomics

french italian english

programming C, scripting bash, GNU/Linux, MS Windows

Activities:

Member ISOC (Internet Society)

Interests:

Against software patents, participates in eurolinux.org and ffii.org

References:

Rusconi F and Belghazi M. Desktop prediction/analysis of mass spectrometric data in proteomic projects by using massXpert. Bioinformatics. 2002 18(4):644-5.

Rusconi F et al. Chromatographic separation and sample preparation in one step for MALDI mass spectrometric analysis of subpicomole amounts of heterogeneous protein samples.Anal. Chem. 1998 70(14):3046-3052

Rusconi F et al. Contributions of mass spectrometry in the study of nucleic acid-binding proteins and of nucleic acid-protein interactions. Mass Spectrom Rev. 2002

Rusconi F et al. Functional complementation of RNA interference mutants in trypanosomes. BMC Biotechnol. 2005

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