David Klug joined the Department of Chemistry in October 1998, having from October 1995 held a joint position in the Departments of Biochemistry and Chemistry. From October 1990 to September 1995 he was a Royal Society University Research Fellow jointly in Biochemistry and Chemistry. He graduated in Physics at University College London in 1984, and obtained his Ph.D. at The Royal Institution in 1987.
David is co-founder and Chair of the Institute of Chemical Biology (www.chemicalbiology.ac.uk ), which co-ordinates teaching and research activities in Chemical Biology. He also chairs the Single Cell Proteomics Project, a £5 million multidisciplinary collaboration of eight research teams developing and applying novel platform technologies to high throughput and single cell analysis (www.singlecellanalysis.ac.uk) and the Proxomics Project, platform technologies for the analysis of oxidative damage to proteins (www.proxomics.ac.uk). More information about David's research group can be found at www.ch.ic.ac.uk/klug/index.html .
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et al., 2017, Multiplexed single cell protein expression analysis in solid tumours using a miniaturised microfluidic assay, Convergent Science Physical Oncology, Vol:3, Pages:024003-024003
et al., 2017, Protein degradation rate is the dominant mechanism accounting for the differences in protein abundance of basal p53 in a human breast and colorectal cancer cell line, Plos One, Vol:12, ISSN:1932-6203
et al., 2015, Absolute quantification of protein copy number in single cells using single molecule microarrays, European Biophysics Journal With Biophysics Letters, Vol:44, ISSN:0175-7571, Pages:S179-S179
et al., 2015, Chemical-Free Lysis and Fractionation of Cells by Use of Surface Acoustic Waves for Sensitive Protein Assays, Analytical Chemistry, Vol:87, ISSN:0003-2700, Pages:2161-2169