Biognosys will attend the Proteomic Forum 2015 in Berlin between March 22 and 25 where it will organize a lunch symposium that is dedicated to the arguably most exciting development in proteomics in the last three years:
"Next-generation proteomics technologies for comprehensive proteome quantification"
You are invited to join us on Tuesday, March 24 from 12.45 to 13.45 in Hall 5. The topics covered are:
- Data independent acquisition (DIA) using orbitrap analyzers, Lukas Reiter, Head of R&D at Biognosys;
- Evolution and regulation of metabolism by systematic SWATH-MS profiling, Prof. Markus Ralser, University of Cambridge.