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Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry, Proteomics

Proteomic music from biological noise

sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

Discovery proteomics, translational research, and precision medicine perform global proteome profiling of large sample sets to identify putative protein and/or peptide biomarkers across different biological conditions. In this webinar Dr. Pierre Thibault will present a simple, new step to their existing workflow with the addition of a novel gas phase ion fractionation device to increase proteome coverage and confidence in global proteome profiling. This study will highlight the advantages of the Thermo Scientific™ FAIMS Pro™ device in quantitative proteomics using SILAC and TMT labelling to improve the accuracy, precision, and comprehensiveness of quantitative measurements.

November 7, 2019
8am PST, 4pm GMT

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  1. Improving proteomic data quality using differential ion mobility.
  2. Increasing proteome profiling with next generation FAIMS ion mobility technology.
  3. Succeeding at quantitative proteomic workflows using a FAIMS Pro interface.

Who should attend
Researchers, Lab technicians and Directors including:

  • Improving proteomic data quality using differential ion mobility.
  • Increasing proteome profiling with next generation FAIMS ion mobility technology.
  • Succeeding at quantitative proteomic workflows using a FAIMS Pro interface.

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