Data independent acquisition (also known as DIA or SWATH) is a very powerful mass spectrometry-based proteomics technique for discovery applications. Most scientists currently rely on spectral libraries, which act as a template to find the target signals. Therefore, the quality and coverage of these libraries are crucial for the performance of the whole workflow. In the upcoming webinar we will introduce several important aspects of spectral library generation for maximum identification power and present their implementation in the Spectronaut software.
Topics covered include:
- Sample specific vs large public spectral libraries
- Benefits of sample fractionation
- Using the samples in the experimental design to your advantage
- The role of accurate retention time normalization (iRT)
- Overcoming computational challenges in spectral library generation
When: 23 March 2016 at 5pm CET (12pm EDT).
Who: Dr. Stephan van Sint Fiet, Dr. Lukas Reiter
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