Biognosys Program for ASMS 2018

Join the Biognosys team at ASMS 2018 on June 3rd - 7th in San Diego, California.

Don’t miss your chance to discover how Biognosys can help you do great proteomics.

As always, there will be a number of events and talks featuring Biognosys team members. From an insightful breakfast seminar, to a pre-conference user workshop, to a number of oral presentations and posters, we’ve listed every event that Biognosys will be apart of.

 


 

Complete List of Events:

 

User Workshop:

When: Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 at 1 PM
Where: Hotel Solamar

 

List of Presentations:

Title: Data-independent acquisition mass spectrometry in FFPE tumor biopsies for clinical biomarker detection and beyond
Presenter: Yeoun Jin Kim, NantOmics

Title: Strategies and challenges for large-scale SWATH-MS data set generation and analysis for quantitative discovery proteomics
Presenter: Mukul Kumar Midha, Institute for Systems Biology

Title: Use of a novel DIA acquisition for enhanced throughput analysis with an exploratory targeted reagent strategy in Clinical Proteomics Research
Presenter: Jose Castro-Perez, Waters

Title: Under the hood: latest advancements in DIA data analysis algorithms
Presenter: Lukas Reiter, Biognosys

Title: Combining the Depth of Resource- with iRT-Precision of Project-Specific libraries for DIA workflow
Presenter: Tejas Gandhi, Biognosys

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Breakfast Seminar:

When: Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 at 7 AM
Where: Room 7AB


Title: Bigger, faster, better? Testing the limits of DIA analyses of non-depleted plasma and serum
Presenter: Matt Foster, Duke Proteomics and Metabolomics Shared Resources

Title: Quantification of Plasma Biomarkers of Fabry Disease using Stable-Isotope Labelled Peptides in a DIA workflow
Presenter: Lisa Crawford, Sanofi

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Booth Information

Booth Number: 707
Location: Convention Center

 

 

Complete List of all Biognosys Oral Presentations and Posters During the Scientific Sessions:

 

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 Oral Sessions:

Time: 9:50 AM
The Pitfalls of Empirical FDR Cross Validation
for the Targeted Analysis of DIA or SWATH;

Collaborators: Oliver M Bernhardt; Tejas Gandhi; Lynn Verbeke; Sira Echevarria-Zomeno; Florian Marty; Roland Bruderer; Lukas Reiter;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland

 

 

Thursday, June 7th, 2018 Oral Sessions:

Time: 9:10 AM
Discussion of the Pros and Cons of Isobaric
Labelling Compared to Single Shot Data Independent
Acquisition

Collaborators: Jan Muntel; Roland Bruderer; Joanna M Kirkpatrick; Oliver M.
Bernhardt; Lynn Verbeke; Tejas Gandhi; Ting Huang; Olga Vitek; Alessandro Ori; Lukas Reiter;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
LeibnizInstitute on Aging, Jena, Germany;
Northeastern University, Boston, MA

 


Monday, June 4th, 2018 Posters:

Where: MP 096
Longitudinal Plasma Profiling with Stable Isotope
Standards and Data-Independent Acquisition Analysis

Collaborators: Sebastian Müller; Oliver M. Bernhardt; Tejas Gandhi; Lukas Reiter;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland

 

Where: MP 134
Best of Both Worlds: A New DIA Workflow in Spectronaut Combines the Depth of Resource with iRT Precision of Project-Specific Data

Collaborators: Tejas Gandhi ; Lynn Verbeke ; Oliver M. Bernhardt ; Jan Muntel ; Sebastian Müller ; Roland Bruderer; Yue Xuan; Lukas Reiter ;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany


Where: MP435
Quality Control in a Real World Setting: Implications from a Live LC-MS Facility Study;

Collaborators: Ian D. Lienert; Jan Muntel; Roland Bruderer ; Tobias Treiber ; Sebastian Müller ; Lynn Verbeke ; Oliver M. Bernhardt ; Tejas Gandhi; Lukas Reiter ;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland

 

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 Posters:

Where: TP 302
Improved Estimation of Protein Concentrations from Peptides Detected by Data-Independent Acquisition by Diffacto Summarization;

Collaborators: Vital Vialas ; Roland Bruderer ; Sira Echevarría-Zomeño ; Bo Zhang; Lukas Reiter ; Lukas Käll;
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

 

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 Posters:

Where: WP 070
Single Shot DIA Profiling of >1500 Plasma Proteomes of the Weight Loss and Maintenance Study DiOGenes

Collaborators: Roland Bruderer ; Jan Muntel ; Sebastian Müller ; Oliver M. Bernhardt; Tejas Gandhi ; Polina Mironova ; Ondine Walter ; Jérôme Carayol ; Arne Astrup ; Wim H.M. Saris ; Jörg Hager ; Armand Valsesia ; Loïc Dayon; Lukas Reiter
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, Lausanne, Switzerland;
University of Copenhagen, Denmark;
4 Maastricht University Medical Centre, Maastricht, Netherlands

Where: 072
Quantitative Data Independent Acquisition Analysis of Pompe Disease Biomarkers: A Foundation for Improved Targeted Method

Collaborators: Monica Lane ; Kelly George ; Mahmud Hossain; Tejas Gandhi ; Lukas Reiter ; Brendan MacLean ; Josh Eckels; Rena Baek ; Alison McVie-Wylie ; Petra Oliva ; Kate Zhang ; Sanofi, Framingham, MA;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
University of Washington, Seattle, WA;
LabKey, San Diego, CA WP 073 Immunoaffinity-Micro Flow LC-MS/MS

 


Thursday, June 7th, 2018 Posters:

Where: ThP 418
Pulsar, the Swiss Army Knife of Search Engines: Using Libraries to Search TMT-Labeled Peptides Increases Quantifications in Single Cell Proteomics

Collaborators: Lynn Verbeke ; Tejas Gandhi; Oliver M. Bernhardt; Nikolai Slavov; Lukas Reiter;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland
Northeastern University, Boston, MA

 

Where: ThP 708
Deep Quantification of the Stem Cell Secretome Using Data-Independent Acquisition LC-MS/MS Analysis

Collaborators: Jakob Vowinckel; Jakub Smolar ; Daniel Eberli; Claudia Escher;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland;
University Hospital Zurich, Department for Urology, Schlieren, Switzerland

 

Where: ThP 773
The Key to Big Biobanks: Analyzing 24 Proteomes per Day by Micro-Flow SWATH® Acquisition and Spectronaut Analysis

Collaborators: Jan Muntel ; Roland Bruderer; Lukas Reiter ;
Biognosys AG, Schlieren, Switzerland

 

 

 

 

 

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