We are thrilled to let you know that we are hosting a lunch seminar at IMSC 2018! The lunch seminar will host three dynamic speakers who will be presenting their research about Data-Dependent Acquisition (DDA).
Modern proteomics is converging into two main workflows. Data Independent Acquisition (DIA) is the method of choice for large sample numbers and high throughput. However, if the highest number of protein identifications is your concern, DDA, in combination with deep fractionation and Isobaric Labelling Quantification (ILQ), might be a better solution for your research needs.
One of our Bioinformatics Scientists, Lynn Verbeke, as well as two special guest speakers, will be presenting their research about how DDA and isobaric labeling allows for more in-depth, quantitative workflows.
Here’s a quick look at the seminar:
Date: August 29th
Time: 12:30 PM
Joanna Kirkpatrick, Leibniz Institute on Aging, Jena, Germany
Evaluation of Quantitative Analysis Workflows for DDA Data Labeled with Tandem Mass Tags (TMT)
Lynn Verbeke, Biognosys AG, Zurich, Switzerland
A New Proteomics Software Suite for Fast Protein Identification and Deep Quantification of Isobaric Labeling DDA Data
Sebastian Virreira Winter, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsreid, Germany
EASI-tag: Next Generation Isobaric Labeling
You can register here.
Sign up today! We hope to see you there.