We would like to invite you to our up-coming live webinar “Fast proteome quantification of liver cancer samples by Micro Flow SWATH® acquisition and targeted analysis with Spectronaut”.
We will present a microflow SWATH® Acquisition workflow applied to a small liver cancer pilot study, analyzing a set of three liver cancer samples as well as matched adjacent healthy tissue.
Currently available proteomics tools allow for the quantification of several thousand proteins in a single run. Data-independent acquisition (DIA) methods such as SWATH® Acquisition greatly improve data completeness and precision of quantification.
SWATH® Acquisition is typically combined with very sensitive nanoflow LC setups. However, this limits the throughput of the method because of the long time needed for column washing and re-equilibration, amongst other things. The throughput for large scale studies can be improved with a very robust microflow LC setup. With increased sample loading compared to nanoflow separations it is possible to achieve comparable overall workflow sensitivity, making this approach a promising and robust alternative for high throughput proteomics.
When: 5th September 2017 at 4.00PM CEST (10.00AM EST).
- Dr. Florian Marty, Director Global Product Support, Biognosys AG
- Dr. Nick Morrice, Senior Specialist Support Proteomics EMEA, Sciex
More details and registration form are available here.
Can't attend? Register anyways, and we'll send you the on-demand video recording.
We are looking forward to meeting with you.