What columns should I use in proteomics?

November 3, 2022

Webinar: Proteomics Leader Explains How to Turbo-Charge Proteomics Studies with PepSep™ Columns

Join Brett Phinney, Ph.D., Director Proteomics Core Facility at University of California, Davis, CA, USA, as he discusses why column choice is critical in proteomics studies, and why choosing columns known for reproducibility, sensitivity and robustness is vital 

Webinar Overview

Wondering what the paper “Noninvasive proteomic biomarkers for alcohol-related liver disease” in Nature Medicine and Brett Phinney, Ph.D., at the Proteomics Core Lab have in common?

They both solved column performance issues using the PepSep™ columns from Bruker:

  • Getting through a sample cohort with just one column
  • Blocked column emitters
  • Needing versatility in column selection during method optimization or swapping between sample sets

Like these pioneers, you should not be held back from your proteomics breakthroughs due to column performance.

Join us and Director of Proteomics Core Facility at UC Davis, Brett Phinney, Ph.D, to explore how his lab elevates proteomics workflows through careful column selection. Phinney will also discuss how his column technology choices help the lab deliver its mission of

  • providing both cutting edge affordable proteomic, and protein characterization services with a rapid turnaround time. 
  • implementing novel proteomics methods 

Afterwards join Michael Krawitzky, Ph.D., PepSep™ Product Manager, Bruker, and explore ways to “Power Up Your Proteomics Workflows”. When sample prep, separation, data acquisition and analysis come together. Discover how we are doing the heavy lifting to bring the best of proteomic workflows together so you can turn your attention to what matters... delivering results.

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Brett Phinney, Ph.D., Director Proteomics Core Facility, University of California, Davis, CA, USA

Michael Krawitzky, Ph.D., PepSep Product Manager, Bruker Scientific, LLC, San Jose, Ca, USA


For Research Use Only. Not for use in clinical diagnostic procedures.