Agilent Workshop at HUPO 2018

 

Join us for a two-part presentation on proteomics research.  Our first presentation will describe proof-of-principle results demonstrating the value of combining metabolomics and proteomics analysis for better biological understanding. We will highlight the tools used in this approach. Our second presentation will discuss automation to improve sample preparation of complex proteomics samples while improving reproducibility and consistency across longitudinal studies.

Workshop details:

 

Agilent Innovations for Proteomics Research

Abstract: Proteomics and metabolomics provide different perspectives into biological questions. Combining results from these omics can serve to confirm results, further elucidate mechanism of action, or compensate for underpowered experiments. Metabolomics reflects phenotype this indicating what has happened but not why it has happened. Proteomics is not as closely associated with the phenotype but is highly informative as to why the change has happened. The first talk will describe proof-of-principle results demonstrating the value of combining metabolomics and proteomics analysis for better biological understanding. We will highlight the tools used in this approach.

Sample preparation is key to successful proteomics research, particularly for more specialized analysis such as phosphoproteomics where enrichment is required. Automation is often considered only with very high sample loads to reduce labor requirements. However, automation also improves reproducibility and provides consistency across longitudinal studies. In the second talk, we will highlight the use of the Agilent AssayMAP for routine proteomics sample preparation. In addition, we will describe the effects of chemistry conditions on phosphopeptide enrichment and demonstrate that thousands of phosphopeptides can be reproducibly enriched with high selectivity in an automated fashion.

 

  • Where

  • Loews Royal Pacific Resort
    6300 Hollywood Way
    South China Sea Room
    Orlando, Florida 32819
    USA

  • When

  • Monday, October 1, 2018
    12:20 PM - 1:45 PM
    Eastern Time

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