Welcome to Gelmap
Gelmap is a universal tool for spot visualization on a gel image. Therefore you can upload the gel image and the coordinates / information spreadsheet.
This site is under continuous development.
- Available on all operating systems
- Very easy to use, no installation required
- Spot data linked to several online proteome databases
- Annotation of all proteins identified within individual gel spots
- Filters show different sets of data
- Functional annotation of proteins
- Interactive search for title, id or accession number
- Characteristics for each spot appear in a handy tooltip
- Supplied peptide information is available from the tooltip
- Arabidopsis projects can be integrated into the GATOR search engine.
If you want to start your own GelMap project, please feel free to read the documentation, watch the YouTube video(outdated) or contact Michael Senkler for advice / help concerning all GelMap related questions.
ComplexomeMap: Interactive heatmaps for complexome profiling
New: 'Complexome profiling' allows systematic analyses of protein-protein interactions in cellular or subcellular fractions. Please visit our ComplexomeMap portal at ComplexomeMap.de
Plant Proteomics Division / Creators of GelMap
The group of Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Braun investigates plant organelles with a special focus on respiratory chain protein complexes. Additionally, we analyze major aspects of plant proteomics including seed filling processes and plant pathogen interactions.
More information can be found here
Featured Projects from the group
Cyclamen persicum: Christina Rode, Hans-Peter Braun, Traud Winkelmann.
Arabidopsis thaliana (mitochondria): Jennifer Klodmann, Hans-Peter Braun
Arabidopsis thaliana (Complex I, subcomplexes): Jennifer Klodmann, Hans-Peter Braun.
Arabidopsis thaliana (Complex I, 3D gel): Katrin Peters, Hans-Peter Braun.
Arabidopsis thaliana (chloroplasts): Christof Behrens, Holger Eubel, Hans-Peter Braun.
Medicago truncatula: Frank Colditz, Hans-Peter Braun.
We encourage you not to use this tool for any valuable/secret/unpublished data. You can protect your map with a password which should work fine. But the database is and always will be plain text (no encryption) and we cannot assure the safety of your files. However, we will strive to do our best..