Webinars – Previous Recordings

Credentialing Features to Benchmark Metabolomic Methods and Technologies

Gary Patti, PhD | Associate Professor, Washington University

Participants will:

• Understand necessary components of a successful MS-based metablomics experiment
• Learn technologies that improve throughput of identifications, as well as characterize the pathway, function, and localization of metabolites
• Discover a new benchmarking approach, called credentialing, for removal of artifactual features

Sponsored by Thermo Scientific

Development, Significance, and Application of Standardized Kits for Quantitative Proteomic Studies

Andrew Percy, PhD | Senior Applications Chemist – Mass Spectrometry | Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.

Dr. Percy will discuss:

• Method development
 - Overview
 - Target selection
 - Significance of standards
 - Workflow and examples
• Quantitative proteomic kits
 - Products: PeptiQuant™ and ProteusQC™ 
 - Utility 
 - Applications

Sponsored by Agilent

Stable Isotope-Labeled Standard Peptides for Precise, Robust, and Sensitive Quantitation of Multiple Proteins in Biospecimens Using PeptiQuant™ LC-MRM/MS Assay Kits

Christoph Borchers, PhD | Director of UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre

Dr. Borchers will discuss:

• Applications of multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) mass spectrometry
• Systematic development of MRM assays
• Key advantages of MRM assays

Sponsored by CIL

INLIGHT™, An Innovative Technology for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans by Mass Spectrometry

David C. Muddiman, PhD | Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, North Carolina State University

Dr. Muddiman will discuss:

• Background on Glycans
• The Isomer Barrier
• Ionization Methods and Mass Analyzers
• Chemical Tagging
• Separation Modes
• and Future Directions

Sponsored by CIL