Steve Tate, PhD – Manager Software Applications Research Group – “Enabling ultra-fast proteomics with deep sample coverage”
Jérémy Potriquet, PhD – Field Application Scientist & OMICS Market Development – “ Evaluation of the use of in silico libraries in DIA experiments”
Mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics has become a powerful technology for the identification and quantification of thousands of proteins. However, the coverage of complete proteomes is still very challenging due to the limited speed, sensitivity and resolution of current mass spectrometers.
The timsTOF Pro uses the Parallel Accumulation Serial Fragmentation (PASEF) acquisition method to provide extremely high speed and sensitivity to reach new depths in shotgun proteomics and phosphoproteomics, using low sample amounts.
We are privileged to have two international speakers who will present some of their cutting edge results from the latest ion mobility enabled platform
Prof. Matthias Trost - Professor of Proteomics Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, UK
Using the timsTOF Pro to study ubiquitylation in innate immunity
Dr. Ben Collins - School of Biological Sciences, Queens University, Belfast, UK
Data-independent acquisition combined with parallel accumulation – serial fragmentation combined (diaPASEF): Bottom-up proteomics with increased ion usage