The Thiede group started at the Biotechnology Centre of Oslo in May 2005, and moved to the Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Science in May 2015.


  • Cancer proteomics: An integrated database for analysis of proteomics data.
  • Prostate cancer proteomics: Method development and protein biomarker discovery.
  • Quantitative phosphoproteomics of apoptotic cells.
  • Development of isobaric peptide termini labelling (IPTL).
  • Therapeutic proteins: Quantification of protein species.
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