• 2018/09/13:

    We are proud to be a part of another EU Horizon 2020 project called EPIC-XS (European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium providing Access).

  • 2018/07/19:

    Our paper on MALDI chips suitable for detection of transferrin variants is now in Clinical Chemistry. So now we can detect who has serious problem with alcohol...

  • 2018/07/13:

    FEBS Congress 2018 in Prague is over. Thanks all who represented our lab at this event (one oral, one speed talk and four posters).

  • 2018/07/12:

    Joint paper with Veverka's group is now in PNAS.

  • 2018/06/25:

    Unique possibility to learn about FT-ICR MS opens to anyone through Summer school funded by EU FT-ICR MS Horizon project. Details available here. Number of places is limited, expenses are covered!

  • 2018/06/14:

    Prof. Dan Fabris from the University at Albany has just joined our group for half a year. Together we will work on DNA/RNA structure and interactions.


  • 2018/10/11:

    2nd International HDX MS Conference will be May 21-24, 2019 in Banff, Canada.

  • 2018/07/13:

    Our lab is a part of Horizon 2020 project EU FT-ICR MS (reg. no 731077). Through this project you can access our expertise as well as other participating FT-ICR labs. Check Trans-National Acess web section for more details. Also, various FT-ICR focused courses and schools are organized by the labs participating in the project.

  • 2018/06/25:

    Bachelor and master theses are available in the lab. Areas of structrual biology, cutting edge mass spectrometry and cell signalling are awaiting new students. Check the tab Teaching.



  • Software for interpretation of high-resolution MS data obtained after protein chemical cross-linking

    The software is free to use, however the download is password protected. For access please contact Zdenek Kukacka. If you are using LinX for your research please consider to cite our work.

    Download here

HDX tools

  • DeutEx - Software for interpretation of HDX-MS data will be available here.

    The software is free to use, however is distributed upon signing of Software Transfer Agreement. The download is password protected. For access please contact Petr Man. If you are using these tools for your research please consider to cite our work.

    Other HDX-MS related tools for data processing and visualization are below.

  • Digestion_metrics - Microsoft Excel macro calculating simple digestion metrics (coverage, average peptide length, redundancy, etc.) Modified supplementary file to publication Kadek A et al Anal Chem. 2014, 86(9):4287-94.
  • HDXPeptideSplitter - Python script for preporcesing of HDX-MS results before using them in PyMol. Processed data are then used by data2bfactor Pymol script written by Robert L. Campbell. This version works with Python version 2.x. For version 3.x and higher use this modified data2bfactor script.
  • Kunaverse - 3D printed labware

    • Here you can find various 3D printed things, mostly generated by Dan Kavan. Fell free to use them! We will always provide FreeCAD files together with *.stl and some basic comments.

      Our passion in 3D printing is strongly supported by a collaboration with the TRILAB company.